Theo Tagholm

London-based video artist and director Theo Tagholm makes some incredible work. Saw a video called Drift on todayandtomorrow recently and was really intrigued.

Drift from mustardcuffins on Vimeo.

And here’s an earlier video he made, this time set to music:

Still Moving from mustardcuffins on Vimeo.

Vimeo description says ‘Still Moving’ was made with a Canon G9 by “Stop motion Tilt shift meets tracking.”┬áComments on todayandtomorrow say this is called morphing, a technique favoured by Michel Gondry. It looks amazing. If anyone knows more about this please sound off in the comments!

7 responses to “Theo Tagholm”

  1. Micah says:

    Looks like two similar, but slightly different, angles of the same shot and he’s masking out pieces of one letting the other show through. But he’s got those interesting (morphing) transitions as well, I have no idea how those are done.

    Really cool looking though.

  2. D says:

    I was guessing it was a morphing/stop motion combination. It reminds me of all the commercials where one persons face morphs into another (didn’t MJ have a music video using this?). I like it, but I don’t know how it’s done.

  3. Sooo awesome, Now I just want an hour long version.

  4. David Lang says:

    thanks for the replies! gonna keep digging until we get to the bottom of this…

  5. OUT OF HAND, that was amazing. I need to figure this out.

  6. PeterD says:

    fantastic love the 2 vids together great combo!
    top post, I want more of this!

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