The 2nd official promo video for the Take a Picture project is now live. You can watch the video right here in the embedded window below, or go to YouTube and watch this video in 1080p High-Definition.
Take a Picture: Wink (Promo Video)
The 1st official promo video for the Take a Picture project is now live. You can watch it right here in the embedded window below, or go to YouTube and watch the video in 1080p High-Definition.
Take a Picture: Q & A with Brad and Kyle
In this question and answer video, Brad and Kyle answer some commonly asked questions about "Take a Picture"
The eight questions that we tackle in this video range from practical, "How does it work?" questions, to more philosophical questions, like "How is this art?". In this interview, we also explain in detail the origins and development of the project.
Take a Picture: Under Construction
While we were building these invisible paintings, I had my camera firing off photos every few seconds to create a series of time lapse sequences. The photos were used to create this video. I wish we could work this fast in real life.
Take a Picture: Show Time
We couldn't spend 13 hours at an event titled "Take a Picture" and not take some footage ourselves. Here is some footage from the day of the event. This includes footage from last minute setup to the event itself.
Take a Picture: Do it Yourself Electronics: Printing and Etching Circuit Boards
In this video, Brad demonstrates how we print out and etch our circuit boards. Do-it-yourself (DIY) PCB's can sound challenging to the uninitiated, but its really not all that complicated once you have the knowledge and supplies.
Take a Picture: Why Kyle Isn't Using Power Tools
In this short behind-the-scenes clip, Brad describes one of the little things that can go wrong when long hours and little sleep collide.
Take a Picture: Testing the Prototype
In March, 2009, a small group of people were shown smile, the prototype for the Take a Picture series. The purpose of this pilot show was to test the project in a real world situation, to see how a general audience would respond, and help us iron out any unforeseen technical issues. While none of this actual show was documented, we did film a rough introductory video.
This video does 2 important things: introduce the project, and show the world what Kyle looks and acts like after three back-to-back 20 hour work days.
Take a Picture: Building the Prototype
During the winter of 2009, Brad Blucher and Kyle Clements spent three long days building a prototype for Take a Picture. This prototype, titled smile was built to show quality. We needed to make sure that Take a Picture would work as well in reality as it did in our imaginations. Ideas are cheap. The challenge is to make them a reality.
This video reveals our very strict and formal working habits and attitude.