Welding, wood carving and one massive tree fort project made for an exciting time had with Chicago's Tinkering School.
chicago.tinkeringschool.com/blog/Think. Make. Tinker
Made with clay, paper, yarn, racket balls and After Effects. Here is a title sequence for the magnificent EYEO Festival that takes place at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis each June.
Eyeo assembles an incredible set of creative coders, data designers and artists, and attendees -- it entails enthralling talks, unique workshops and interactions with open source instigators and super fascinating practitioners. It's truly an extraordinary festival.
Music by Mark Mallman
We are part of a 5 artist collective called Screen Printing on the Cheap (SPOTC). We recently self published a book cleverly titled "Screen Printing: On the Cheap." Squawk created all the video content for the project, check-out some samples here.
As educated artists, we have been conditioned to rely on making art in facilities we simply cannot afford. Screen Printing on the Cheap demonstrates a “new school” of screen printing and makes the process more accessible to the community. In turn, screen printing makes their creative work more accessible to the masses.
This do-it-yourself book project instructs how to screen print out of your living space and design a semiprofessional shop with a modest budget. By utilizing cumulative knowledge from industry professionals, artists and entrepreneurs throughout Minneapolis, we have created the most comprehensive how-to book about screen printing at home.
Learn more about the project at: screenprintingonthecheap.com
We teamed up with Daniel and Mirra of Perennial Plate fame to construct this food and adventure-based intro for their new cooking show.
See more of their cooking show and documentaries at http://www.theperennialplate.com
Using paper, glue aaaand a computer we created this little save the date animation for our wedding. A little road trip through our past from Milwaukee to Minneapolis, where we now call home.
“It's a video about how things aren't what they appear. It’s a metaphor for our mistakes of the past,” says Mark Mallman of the video for“Dirty Dishes” which has debuted this week courtesy of Under The Radar. The track is the latest single from Mallman’s newly released album Double Silhouette, which the man whose fans call him “Mr. Serious” describes as “A noir battlefield of car crashes and lightning strikes. It’s about being too sad for words.”
The Bedlam Theater approached us to create a video to promote their 10th annual 10x10 play festival.
To learn more about the Bedlam and the fest take a peek here.