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  • Published: 2016-03-28T11:30:25+00:00
  • Duration: 113
  • By Matthieu

A short film I made in 5 months during my studies at Supinfocom Valenciennes. "A father wants to show the ocean to his son..." Matthieu Druaud / [email protected]

2. RUST Starring Harry Bryant

  • Published: 2017-05-22T07:51:39+00:00
  • Duration: 441
  • By Rusty
RUST Starring Harry Bryant

Harry Bryant - “One of Stab’s great hopes for the future of surfing”. "Rust" captures Rusty team-rider Harry Bryant's first experience rifling the Fijian reef pass, Cloudbreak. The film includes footage of his catlike jumps down at Byron Bay and his local Thirroul, mongoose-speed barrels at freight train Cloudbreak as well as a dose of classic Harry humour.

3. Rust


RUST is a portrait of master iron artist Gordon Kennedy. VISIT COMMISSION GORDON'S WORK / SHOW YOUR SUPPORT Gordon Kennedy FOLLOW @breakwaterstud / @Craft_Alliance / @NSDCC VISIT WATCH other films from Life's Work, a series of six conversations with Nova Scotian makers. Directed by Ben Proudfoot | @bgproudfoot / [email protected]


  • Published: 2015-09-07T21:51:34+00:00
  • Duration: 159
  • By Ariane Prin

2013 The RUST range is composed of cachepots, trays, vases, shallow bowls and boxes created by mixing metal dust left from key cutting with gypsum based materials. No two items in RUST are the same: each is made by hand using one-off moulds and the metal dust oxidation gives each product a unique texture, varying in colour and intensity.

5. Rust 2.0 Starring Harry Bryant

  • Published: 2017-12-03T03:43:29+00:00
  • Duration: 430
  • By Rusty
Rust 2.0 Starring Harry Bryant

An all-Aussie adventure featuring deadly snakes, psychedelic berries and the wizardry of Rusty team rider Harry Bryant. Words via STAB So Haz, tell us about Rust 2.0, where was it shot and what were you chasing? I got a Toyota Landcruiser, like a couple of months ago and I was so pumped to drive it, I pretty much did a lap of Australia. You just see so much more things driving. It just makes it so much more satisfying getting to waves when you’ve driven there, and it’s so good having your car there with all your stuff in it there with you. I just really like the novelty of driving. We’ve probably been shooting for it over the last three months. But most of the footage was pretty much shot over a week around home. We just had a really good run of waves. Dion came down, I pretty much surfed with him for a week straight and had a really productive week of waves. Then did a trip down to South Australia with Craig and pretty much surfed all the way there and back. It’s pretty much two trips that kind of spaced out over a longer period of time. What were the highlights? Where’d you get the best waves? All the trips that I’ve done for this part were really fun. Just driving everywhere sleeping in swags and camping everywhere and having heaps of funny stories along the way. Best part’s been around home though, for sure. I moved to the South Coast around January and pretty much ever since I've been packing the car in the morning and having super productive days then coming back home. So tell us about some of these wild adventures, what happened? A few funny things happened. We were camping in the desert and one afternoon there was a tree with all these berries where we were camping and we ate some of them. All of us had this crazy experience. We had this hallucinogenic afternoon, we went fishing, there was this crazy sunset, we ate these berries and we were just wigging out all afternoon. Then we woke up the next morning and were like ‘that was wild’. I don’t know what these berries were but they sent us crazy. Craig found this tree and was like ‘I’ve seen these berries before I reckon we can eat them’ he’s watched some doco on them. Me, Craig Dave, Dion and Spon were all stuck in this realm, for like 6 hours it was sick. Dave set his swag up and he reckons he had something wriggling under his back the whole time and we were there for like five nights or something. When Dav packed his swag up there was a death adder, underneath. It had made a nest under him and it was this warm little snake, just snuggled up to him the whole time. It was so funny cos he felt it every night – he'd been sleeping on a snake for like five nights but he never did anything about it. Was it alive? Yeah it was alive. I think it liked the warmth of big Dav. So it just posted up there the whole time. Some of the places in Australia are so outrageous. Driving through towns that you can’t believe people live there, and there’s so much open space that I feel like other countries don’t have. Swear one part of the drive was seven hours and there was nothing in sight, just raw landscape and desert. You just don’t get that in America or the rest of the world. I just love driving around and learning more about Australia and seeing everything that it has, it just blows me away. Especially travelling around so much, like when I was younger going to different countries. But as soon as soon as I got my license and I got my car, I just drove everywhere and the best surf trips I’ve had have been in Australia. I honestly wouldn’t care if the only surf trips I did for the rest of my life were in Australia. There’s just so much vibe and so much good shit happens, it’s fun as. One afternoon we stopped into this pub just to have something to eat and it was this chick’s 40th. We all walked into this pub and this chick’s just smashing a Bundy Rum and it’s dripping all through her chin and she’s like ‘where are you guys from?’ and we’re like ‘oh we’re from the east coast and she goes ‘well, don’t act like you’re local! I don’t see you pricks around here, don’t think that you can push in front of anyone at the bar mate!’ She had these yellow teeth, just full maggot on Bundy Rum. You see the craziest things. You think ‘wow, this is so raw’. Any sketchy situations? We came really close to running out of petrol one night. You just feel like you’re on your own out there, with no reception and if something were to really go wrong you’d just go into complete survival mode, where as if you fly into places, or in a built up area or town you can get help but when there’s just nothing there, when you’re driving away you’re thinking ‘we could’ve been really stitched up there’. You really need to know survival shit. You feel so good driving home after.

6. "Rust Mirror" (2010) by Daniel Rozin

"Rust Mirror", 2010 768 oxidized steel tiles, motors, control electronics, video camera, custom software, microcontroller 96 x 52 x 6" / 244 x 132 x 15 cm edition of 6 "Rust Mirror" is a mechanical sculpture that organizes 768 "rusty" rectangular pixels along a picture plane. Placing deliberate emphasis on the way motion passes through coordinates in a grid, the cascading vertical movement in this piece emphasizes tension between the natural outdoors and virtual environments. A meditation on decay, obsolescence and regeneration, the full experience of this work is completed by the viewer- who takes part, actively and creatively, in the performance of Rozin's art. Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc. To learn more about Daniel Rozin's work, please visit:

7. THE AGE OF RUST (sub-ita)

THE AGE OF RUST  (sub-ita)

A short movie by Francesco Aber and Alessandro Mattei, January 2014. Versione in ITALIANO This is our Graduation Film, produced by Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia – National School of Cinema, Animation Department. In the beautiful environment of the Alps, an extraordinary documentary about the incredible "Petramosaurus Cavator." Through fiercest fighting and the miracle of birth, we will know the incredible life cycle of this beautiful species, and in particular its relationship with the man and our planet. Written,directed and animated by - Francesco Aber, Alessandro Mattei Editing - Francesco Aber, Alessandro Mattei, Paolo Favaro Musical composer - Fulvio Chiara Photography - Claudio Meloni Tracking supervisor - Lorenzo Veracini Camera assistant - Alessandro Cantini Color correction - SALT & LEMON srl Edoardo Bartoccetti, Ezio Gamba Music - Evening Headlines (David Marsden), The Romantic Age (Peter Tomashek), Home Again (Jeff Marsh), Colossus (Will Palmer/Cy Samuel) su licenza Machiavelli Music Publishing Narrator - Loris Loddi (ITA version), Guy Watts (ENG version) Sound design - Paolo Armao, Vito Martinelli Mix - Paolo Armao Creature voice design - Filippo Manzo Sound post-production facilities - ZERO dB STUDIO srl Recording studio - SL Studio Production - Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Piemonte - Dipartimento Animazione with the support of Film Commission Torino Piemonte e della Regione Piemonte Production co-ordinator - Rosanna Russo Staff - Federico Magri, Loena Militello, Margherita Eula

8. RUST by Ricor

  • Published: 2014-02-25T08:54:05+00:00
  • Duration: 94
RUST by Ricor

The newest photo book by Ricor. Model: Chae Eun Son Music: "Arcade" from Broadchurch Soundtrack by Ólafur Arnalds about RUST:

9. Rust

  • Published: 2008-04-05T23:19:39+00:00
  • Duration: 63
  • By AlexeiP

Shot with Canon HV20 and custom built 35mm adapter with Nikkor 50mm lens. Only natural tripods used! :) (rocks)

10. Concrete & Rust

11. GAZPROM @ Europapark Rust 2.0 – Film 2 – 360° Panorama

GAZPROM @ Europapark Rust 2.0 – Film 2 – 360° Panorama

Client: GAZPROM Germania GmbH Agency: Triad | Berlin CGI / 3D Animation / Motiongraphics: Storz & Escherich These 360° CGI movies were produced for the GAZPROM exhibition "The Adventure of Energy" at the Europapark Rust. Final resolution 5300 x 768 pixels. This is the complete 3D panorama movie.

12. Diamonds and Rust

  • Published: 2012-05-07T21:39:35+00:00
  • Duration: 1013
  • By Jiem
Diamonds and Rust

Super 8 roadmovie about monikers/boxcar art in North America. Shooting november 2010-septembre 2011 Editing february 2012 Have a look to the book "Outside the Box" here:

13. OctaneRender for Cinema 4D Tutorial : Procedural Rust, Worn Paint, and Water Stains

  • Published: 2014-07-07T07:04:17+00:00
  • Duration: 1369
  • By blastframe
OctaneRender for Cinema 4D Tutorial : Procedural Rust, Worn Paint, and Water Stains

** The current build of Octane is different from the one in this tutorial, so you won't be able to achieve this in the exact same way. However, many of the concepts still apply. ** This is a tutorial using OctaneRender for Cinema 4D Tutorial. It demonstrates the creation of procedural materials (Rust, Worn Paint, and Water Stains) using a custom dirt map.

14. Gail Trunick - CLAY & RUST

Gail Trunick - CLAY & RUST

Gail shares a personal view of her life and art. Produced by: Director / Editor - Kevin DeOliveira DP - John Pope

15. Rust Harvest

  • Published: 2018-04-10T02:33:28+00:00
  • Duration: 271
  • By Yuhei Kodaka
Rust Harvest

Rust Harvest “Rust Harvest” is an experimental materials project focused on rust. The prevention of rust is an age-old problem in manufacturing. Rust has brought down planes, slowed ships, disabled engines, ruined bridges, spread through reinforced concrete, jammed guns, broken washing machines, and reduced unnumbered bicycles to useless scrap. While constantly cast as a devil, a closer look at rust reveals a variety of startlingly beautiful patterns and complex mixtures of color. With this in mind, we believed that the attractive expressions of rust could be produced in quantity and used in new textures and products. Through trial and error, we were able to develop a technique that allowed us to transfer only the rust from metal plates using acrylic resin. We expose these plates to light, rain, earth, and seawater to create rust, collect the rust, and then subject the plates to more weathering, which creates another crop to harvest in a process similar to an agricultural cycle. While we still use natural rust, we have taken into account manufacturing, distribution, and costs to create a complete system of production that has moved beyond the scope of design alone. Unlike metal, the light penetrates rust trapped inside the acrylic resin, which creates a frozen moment from a process that has taken years. Because the resulting material can be used like ordinary acrylic resin, it holds limitless possibilities for various products, interior design, and construction.

16. Sungwoo Kim - Shedding the Winter Rust

  • Published: 2011-04-11T02:48:19+00:00
  • Duration: 112
  • By swoo
Sungwoo Kim - Shedding the Winter Rust

I've been pretty busy during school and the winter hasn't helped much in me getting out and riding either. Between my midterms/assignments and final exams, I went out and caught a few clips of riding and put this together. Song: Blueprint by Culture Reject

17. Rust

  • Published: 2014-03-18T23:03:28+00:00
  • Duration: 36
  • By Tal Kantor

A white figure runs away from a rusty city, Extinct by a hedonistic corporation. By: Tal Kantor & Dafna Englander Original Music: Nadav Lazar Second-year final project in After-Effects course. Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Screen-Based Arts Department - Animation. 2013

18. DARK BEAUTY by Photographer Oliver Rust

DARK BEAUTY by Photographer Oliver Rust

Portfolio of fashion photographer Oliver Rust

19. RUST

20. GAZPROM @ Europapark Rust 2.0 – Film 3 – 360° Panorama

GAZPROM @ Europapark Rust 2.0 – Film 3 – 360° Panorama

Client: GAZPROM Germania GmbH Agency: Triad | Berlin CGI / 3D Animation / Motiongraphics: Storz & Escherich These 360° CGI movies were produced for the GAZPROM exhibition "The Adventure of Energy" at the Europapark Rust. Final resolution 5300 x 768 pixels. This is the complete 3D panorama movie.