New isolation concepts for 8ring manipulation. Ryan has an indiegogo for a new online 8ring workshop, info can be found here.
Ryan Mellors has released a massive tutorial series for multiball contact with 5+ hours of workshop and instruction. And it’s still growing with more updates coming soon. This is the biggest tutorial series ever!
– 7 Days of lessons, with each day broken down into morning/afternoon/evening.
– Streaming online, no need for a huge download
– Special guests like Moon, Tessy, Chris Murdoch, Pilolip, Yorgos join me to share their own unique approach to multiball
– Updates coming soon! The tutorial continues to grow, with a big update being planned for late October/November 2014.
Join the workshop now for only $25, spend a week with Ryan and level up your palmspinning skills!
Registration information can be found here: http://www.runwaystudiosla.com/#!multiballworkshop/cy1n
23 min documentary + 7 min of more Ghostcubes:
All the objects in this film were created by Erik Åberg.
Origami Manipulation is a a 23 minute documentary where the research of the Ghostcubes is explained. The film shows the process all the way from the beginning, initial ideas and how they evolved.
Also included is Liquid Wood, a 7 minute short film that displays more work with Ghostcubes and as a bonus you will also receive the Ghostcube youtube video in high quality.
This is a pay for download film. After purchase you will receive an email with download links.
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I sat down to watch Tony Pezzo’s new downloadable video “The Third” the other night. I’m interested in how Tony will be able to forge his identity as the next in the “American-in-Sweden” royal line after Jay and Wes. This is a 42 minute compilation of short choreographies with balls, clubs and rings, and Tony Pezzo proves that he is, indeed, the Third. I want to know what they feed circus students in Stockholm because the level of juggling ability that comes out of this place is astonishing.
The Third is a juggling film by Tony Pezzo. It features tricks, and sequences inspired by living in Sweden, and being around people such as: Wes Peden, Patrik Elmnert, Emil Dahl, Jay Gilligan, and Ivar Heckscher.
THE VIDEO CONTAINS: † OVER 150 NEW TRICKS † 250 PENGUIN CATCHES† TONYS FIRST GOOD MIXED PROP ROUTINE † SOME OF WES’BEST 3 CLUB TRICKS, WITH RINGS! † NEW 3 RING ROUTINE† PLINGELING † HIS FAVORITE TRICK: THE FIVE RING FACEROLL TAKE OFF PUT BACK, WITH THE MULTIPLEX PANCAKE.
Tony is making juggling for us, we the people of the internet who love juggling. He takes the standards of technical numbers which we all know and adds new elements (the multiplexes… oh the mixed prop multiplexes!!!) to show us a kind of ‘technical-with-a-new-twist” style which he has polished up nicely
Whatever comes next from Tony is gonna be gold, and we should all be supporting the future by stopping what you are doing, taking $15 and throwing it at him right now.
Thanks to all who helped me reach the funding goal. The week has begun! Only 3 days left to join the workshop, don’t miss your chance to pre-register for this massive 7 hour+ tutorial series, only $15 until December 21st. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/7-days-of-multiball-a-tutorial/x/4987095
I have an Indiegogo page for a new project this winter: An in-depth multiball tutorial video series. Click “read more” for info and video… Continue reading Ryans “7 Days of Multiball” Indiegogo campaign
The Float table is a matrix of “magnetized” wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables. It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.
Trailer for a shiney new Manipulation DVD, with some amazingly talented artists.
Visual Juggling Project is a succession of suggestions on object motion & body language, highlighting the graphic side of the discipline. It is a collaboration of 12 international jugglers & manipulators, with various props, including; balls, clubs, rings, poi, devilstick & frisbee. It has been made from the shared reflections, explorations & experiences of those major stakeholders on the dynamic relationships between tech & flow. This 80 Minutes, Hi Definition video (with 19 chapters) is the one to get to become aware of the potential of this unexplored playground.
More info and available to buy from: VisualJuggling.com