Tuesday’s Top Videos

The Creators Project will be the subject of this week’s installment of Tuesday’s top videos. The Creators Project founded in partnership with Intel and Vice celebrates global art and technology by producing videos showcasing artists exploring innovative ways to push the boundaries of creative expression. The Creators Project also seeks to inspire new artists to think outside the normal constructs of art and how we perceive it. Check out some of the amazing videos they’ve already created.


Giorgio Moroder’s back and better than ever. The pioneer of synthesizers and disco music recently announced his first new album in over 30 years. Along with the announcement of the album that will be released in 2015 via Sony/RCA, Moroder came with a video for a track off the album “74 is the New 24” which Creators Project helped make possible.

In honor of Giorgio Moroder announcing his first new album in 30 years, I have also included one of the videos the Creators Project did for Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories. The video features Giorgio Moroder for his collaboration on Daft Punk’s album. The Creators Project a whole series of short videos for the collaborations featured on Random Access Memories.

Following up last week’s Arcade Fire videos, the Creators Project produced the Arcade Fire’s “Afterlife” video. Off Arcade Fire’s last album Reflektor, the Creators Project’s video gives an extra relatable “life” to the song.

The Creators Project also created a 22 minute “short film”, so to speak, of Arcade Fire’s “Here Comes the Night Time”, “We Exist”, and “Normal Person”. A plethora of celebrities were also employed to create the video, featuring cameos from James Franco, Bono, Ben Stiller, and more.

Building the world’s largest underwater sculpture, I think the title speaks for its self. Watch as artist Jason deCaires Taylor builds a 60-ton sculpture named “Ocean Atlas”. Just another great video from the Creators Project further proof of the statement “if you can think it, you can do it”.

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All the Creators Project’s videos are inspiring and amazing, honestly just say screw it to your homework and start Thanksgiving break early by watching them all