Synkroniciti is closing up shop for 2013 and I would like to leave you with my favorite featured videos of the past year. Please enjoy them and the rest of our lists for 2013. Happy holidays and I will be back here for you next year!
A traveller steers into the storm of a love gone wrong in this beautiful steam punk video featuring black light and blue screen technology.
Rollicking song by Amadou and Mariam with an incredible video. Amadou’s guitar is smokin’!
Celebrating architecture with a glorious light show.
Basket weaving, sustainability and the wisdom of cooperating with nature. This intimate video was a runner-up for the most popular list.
The other runner-up was this inspiring music video made by the V-Day One Billion Rising Campaign. Earworm alert!
A very moving recitation and performance art piece on Sylvia Plath’s Tulips by the Taffety Punk Theatre Company.
With only 5% of his vision remaining, artist Hy Snell pursues the best work he has ever done, a smile on his face and a song on his lips.
Delightful animated story of a one-eyed monster looking for his missing eye.
Haunting unaccompanied choral music video shot in an anarchist collective squat in Greece.
Quirky birds with unusual habits, beautiful plumage and strange voices.
Armor made for cats, mice, and collectors with ingenuity and imagination.
Multidimensional recreation of a a dancer’s body using three cameras, advanced software and a cool soundtrack.
The importance of the street art or graffiti movement in the Middle East. Eye-opening.
Interpreting a solar eclipse as a kiss between sun and moon. Poetic animation.
Peace and goodwill to all of you and best wishes for a wonderful 2014!