Artistic Time-lapse/Kinetic Art That You Must See
I recently came across a talented time-lapse artist who uses his camera in creative ways. Meet Johan Rijpma – a kinetic artist from the Netherlands.
The first piece has gone viral pretty quick, but I’ve researched and found a few others of his that I really like.
From the artist:
“I worked on this project for about 6 months. I tried many different compositions and then made a selection. A single composition could take more than 12 hours to develop/breakdown.
(the spinning of the plate was done by hand, turnin the plate about 0,4 degree’s every 30 seconds, this meant i was standing in the wind and the rain for hours watching the tape “grow” and watching the sun come up/go down)”
‘Mad on Rocks 2’ by Rosa Ensemble
Piece is from No Ark Dead Eel (Dying Giraffe Recordings, 2010)<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/13935516″>Mad on Rocks 2</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/johanrijpma”>johan rijpma</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
This one is more stop motion, but is very engaging.