Zach King is creating a whole new art form from six-second Vine videos. This stuff is outrageously fun to watch.
Big H/T to Brandon Vogt who posted this on his FB page. Thanks, Brandon. Now I’m addicted.
Check out the compilation below.
Here’s more about the wizard behind this:
In the world of six-second Vine videos, the art of capturing an audience’s attention is vital – and few are better at it than Zach King.
The Los Angeles-based filmmaker has only been using the app (a Twitter-owned service which lets users create and share short, editable videos) for four months but has already created some of the most memorable ‘quick cut’ style videos around.
King calls his videos “digital sleight of hand”, with his lightning-fast editing allowing him to jump through car doors, turn ping pong balls into fried eggs and – in a video that fulfils the dreams of more than a few internet users – grab kittens straight out of the internet.
Although his videos are often referred to as magic, King isn’t so keen on the term:
“Vine is all about creativity to me,” he toldThe Independent. “I love real life magic and highly respect magicians, but it’s funny when people relate my work to magic because I don’t do the tricks for real.”