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How ink is made

A Chief Ink Maker shows how colour and ink is created from the raw ingredients–powder, varnish, and passion. Everything designers and printers need to know about the process, the challenges and joy of ink making.

Find out more at: http://www.theprintinginkcompany.ca/
Presented by Peter Welfare, president and head inkmaker, The Printing Ink Company.

The Printing Ink Company:
True Performance in Colour

Written and produced by
Ian Daffern
http://www.iandaffern.ca/

Directed and Edited by
Tate Young
http://www.vepostudios.com/

Breakfast Interrupted

Shot primarily with the Phantom HD Gold at 1000fps, the piece is designed to showcase food in a beautiful and unusual way.
The idea was brought to life by marlinnetwork.com, for their annual breakfast event.

Letterpress; A guided tour


Naomie Ross had the excellent idea of ​​making this video to show the different stages of Letterpress. Filmed with a Canon 7D, this work interesting and rewarding can easily visualize the print process.

Experience Human Flight

Experience Human Flight with the Melbourne Skydive Centre.
melbourneskydivecentre.com.au/​

In February 2011, the five times world champions Fred Fugen and Vince Reffett from Soul Flyers were invited to Melbourne to provide advanced 3D coaching to some of Australia’s leading Skydive athlete talent.

The goal of the Training camp and the production were:

1. To increase participation in our sport.
2. Provide greater pathways for our elite athletes.

Hopefully this video will give everyone a different perspective of what skydiving can offer. Hopefully it will provoke some necessity to learn to fly in our wonderful three dimensional environment- The Sky!

Shot on a GoPro

Produced: “Betty Wants In”
bettywantsin.com
facebook.com/​Bettywantsin

Music: “She is” – Salieri Music Inc
itunes.apple.com/​ca/​album/​she-is-from-experience-human/​id433729395?i=433729430

TIJI “COLOUR” HD

A black and white forest is colored in vibrant hues under our eyes except for one sad little panda, which sets off the compassion of an imaginative little boy.

The Hourglass

Marc Newson’s latest creation for Ikepod sees the Australian designer interpret the most iconic timepiece of all: The Hourglass. Director Philip Andelman traveled to Basel, Switzerland, to document the designer’s modern take of the classic hourglass inside the Glaskeller factory. Each hand made hourglass comprises highly durable borosilicate glass and millions of stainless steel nanoballs, and is available in a 10 or 60 minute timer. Ikepod.com