da | 30/08/2010 | Creatività

2770 frames scattati in 14 giorni e posti in sequenza con la tecnica dello stop-motion in un video di 2 minuti che ritrae il giovane Mike, vestito con semplici jeans e t-shirt (by Levis’s), mentre dal Brooklyn Bridge di New York arriva al Golden Gate Bridge di San Francisco, a piedi. Qui il making of.

2770 frames shooted in 14 days and placed in sequence with the stop-motion in a 2 minute video that shows the young Mike, dressed with jeans and t-shirt (by Levi’s), walking from the Brooklyn Bridge in New York to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Take a look also at the making of.

Fabio is an old-fashioned dreamer. He was one of those kids who always came home late at dinner after a city bike tour with friends, before biking became a status symbol. Clarks on his feet, sweater and shirt are his trademark and not a political label. At 16 years-old he was given a plane ticket to Texas, saying “go and learn as much as you can”. Since then, curiosity has always been the main feature that brings through everything. He does not follow trends even if he works for a prestigious School of Fashion in Milan. Today he is a marketing and communication expert, despite he daily asks himself on the real meaning of these two words. Waiting to be able to challenge with Peter Pan on finding elixir of life, Fabio spends his days developing projects with passion, optimism and energy. He pays each month taxes but is convinced that his real pension will be the online wine shop that updates sporadically due to which he now distinguishes table wine from a bottle of fine Barolo. He prefers Barbera to Chianti and Nero d’Avola.

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