Interviewed by Dan for his final year project at Nottingham Trent Uni. Thought I’d post up my response, as the questions were good and summarize my first season snowboarding.
It’s nice to see my images used also. They seem to work pretty well.
Click below to read the interview..
This season I tracked everyday (with the exception of a couple of errors) snowboarding at the ski resort Whitewater, BC, Canada. Overlaying all the data in Google Earth creates this super interesting effect.
Click below to read more about this project…
Nuptial Flight from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Been working on this edit for the past 3.5 months. It’s been an ever upgrading/ tweaking project, but now I finally feel its at a stage where its complete. I’m stoked on the outcome.
Why the name Nuptial Flight? Well that is the term given to the phase in which most ant species will take to the skies to mate and form new colonies. I call the Quad-copter used to film this, the flying ant… so, yeah.
Download the high res wallpaper here
My friend Darcy was given something quite special the other day, the board for the #passitonproject from Lib Tech.
Here’s some info from Travis Rice pulled from the xgames website:
“The #passitonproject is an idea we came up with more or less spontaneously. My new Speedodeeps snowboard — a powder-specific board I’ve been designing with Lib Technologies for several years now to replace the Banana Hammock; I really think it rides like nothing else out there — showed up at the Asymbol studio a few weeks ago, and we just started kicking around this idea:
What if we sent it out into the world for people to ride and pass along, from snowboarder to snowboarder?”
We went out shooting one day to see what we could create. I had the idea of making my first sequenced stereographic projection. It was quite a challenge to think of how this image would come together, but it did come together and the results are mind warping…
Click More to see the process and other shots from this day..
New images up on 500px. Really happy with how this panodrop turned out.
Minute Fourteen – Chipped from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Here’s a quick process video showing how I put together this image. A friend work’s at a electronics factory here in Nelson, BC, Canada. They had collected a bag of parts that the machines miss-place. Usually these will just get chucked out or recycled. I tipped them out on the table and was fascinated by all the tiny bits (some the size of a grane of sand). It was new to see these separate components before they are soldered to a board.
Music: Flotsam – Tasty Morsels - (free track download)
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I recently re-created my logo out of very small electronic components. Really pleased with how it turned out. Video of the process here.
Download the full resolution image to use as a desktop image if you so wish:
Desktop [1920x1280] | Tablet [1536x2048]| Mobile [640x1136]
Here’s a trippy one for you. Took two photo’s from slightly different points of view. Shot while in search of natural hot springs, British Columbia, Canada.
Super happy to say I had a part in the production of this awesome new tool from Full Windsor. The motion shots in the above video were captured by me. Alex Fowkes did the graphics. Mark Windsor is the man behind this product. Be sure to check out the amazing response this tool is getting through Kick Starter. Good start of things to come…
New image now on 500px. Interactive version here.