Thursday’s Tomfoolery – Tilt-shift Dublin

Tilt-shift Dublin

 

Tilt-shift Dublin

tilt-shift-dublin

My Thursday’s Tomfoolery posts aren’t posted every Thursday but when they are they are normally silly and fun and can be a little stupid. This Thursday’s Tomfoolery post isn’t like the others before them but as the subject for the post added to the ‘T’s” in the title, I made it one. Confused much? Anyhoo this Thursday’s Tomfoolery post on Tilt-shift is not silly nor stupid but it is fun and beautiful and really fecking cute all at the same time! Wowsers! Believe me when you see it you’ll wish when you looked out your window it looked like that all the time … or maybe I’m just strange. It’s a beautifully made piece and the fact that one of my favourite Sigur Rós songs Hoppípolla was used really adds to the effect for me.

And now to get serious and to introduce you – Tilt-shift Dublin is a brilliant student project created by the talented; Stephen DuffyRafal BaranAfshin Moosavi and Olivia Ricci through Creative Digital Media at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown. To find out more about Tilt-shift Dublin you can visit their website here

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