Baerbel P. worked with Vassilis @ Replica, on an idea for a screen printed book based on stills from my "Re:Emerge" video. Silk screen experimentation, hand bound and all, you’ll have to pick one up to appreciate. Included is a link to a music piece accompanying this publication, part of which can be heard on the above video.
TV Spot for the 5th International Conference on Typography & Visual Communication (ICTVC) | Nicosia 4-12 June 2013
ICTVC is established worldwide as a major event that explores the world of typography and visual communication. Since its inception in 2002, people from diverse fields and different disciplines with a passion for visual language research, education, and practice, contribute to the conference.
ICTVC attracts speakers and delegates on an international scale, and from a wide range of disciplines related to typography and design. The high quality of presentations is a hallmark of the conference.
This time the conference theme is “against lethe…”; social, economic, political, cultural, and environmental issues that affect us all demand a new way of thinking. However, as we look forward we should not forget the lessons of the past. What has been the role of visual language against forgetting till now and what may happen in the future? _________________
video / sound design by John Karabelas @ LES YPER YPER
Shot with single takes and in sequence, on one roll of super8. Some minimal editing was done to follow the pace of the song. Kostas Vozikis (2L8) came to me with the basic idea of a boy , a girl, lost innocence, greed and eventual corruption.The filming was done in 2 consecutive days on sub-zero budget but with lots of enthusiasm and generous help from the team and cast.
Director: John Karabelas Assistant director: Joanna Chrysanthopoulou camera: John Karabelas lights/priceless support: Giotis Vrantzas
Boy: Yannos Margaris Girl: Maya Efremidi Youth: John Karidas Collector/Old Man: George Koutrotsios
A Big Thank you to: Alex Alexandridis Apostolos Rizos Tasos Efremidis Dimitris Stambolis