Tag: analog

I just learned about this company called iMemories which takes your home videos on analog formats and digitizes them so that you can stream them through the iMemories app at any time. The company taps hard into nostalgia, hoping that people will buy into the subscription service to view — at any moments notice — […]

Whoa, this is a really neat project from¬†Ishac Bertran where he takes a number of real vinyl records and splices them physically together into one whole record — thus creating what he calls an analog vinyl sample. I’m sure this isn’t good for the record needle, but hey, this is spectacularly cool art. Well worth […]

Disappearance of Darkness Book Preview from Robert Burley on Vimeo. Photographer Robert Burley’s latest book, Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analog Era, documents his transition as a photographer going from analog film to digital. In this book he travels to the places where film used to be born — the factories […]

The ending of this video makes it seem like Analog has died. That’s weird.

Hot damn, the new NS Bikes Analog fixie looks sweet in that bright green color. If I get another bike, I want the frame to be just like this. Prolly’s got a few more photos if you’re interested.

Digital Analogue from ftjelly on Vimeo. Using only sounds recorded from actual cameras and about 6000 photos, this person created this incredible stop-motion piece that literally brings old cameras to life once again. If anything, this is a true sign of superb editing skills.

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