Adobe Create Magazine’s page devoted to audio-video artists and audio-video projects.
Learn about phone add-ons and techniques, and check out some amazing short videos shot on phones.
Meet Danny Yount, one of Hollywood’s most respected and sought-after creators of title sequences, and learn how he creates his award-winning “films before the film.”
From an Australian ballroom to New York streets, Baz Luhrmann’s heart-on-sleeve sincerity can’t be faked.
Kurz Gesagt creates animated videos that wittily explain complex subjects, from the big bang theory to the Fermi paradox.
The Obscura creative technology studio can project light and digital media on just about anything, from the United Nations to a mall.
Think it’s impossible to concept and produce a 60-second ad celebrating Photoshop’s 25th birthday in 21 days? This Adobe team made it happen.
It’s February, but in lieu of a big box of Valentine’s Day chocolates, we’re offering you a wide variety of tasty short films, all available on YouTube.
Check out these 12 short films, all available on YouTube, to get into the spirit of the season.
After 30 years, Weird Al Yankovic continues to innovate, staying on top of the music business by taking humor very seriously.
Stop-motion filmmaking and animation have been around since the dawn of moving pictures and have incorporated just about every material you can think of. So stop, go, and enjoy this online “festival” of 14 shorts.
Welcome to our second annual collection of frightening films you can enjoy on YouTube and Vimeo.
Flore Maquin is a self-taught designer and film buff who is paid to create movie posters.
Enjoy a YouTube film festival of 14 science-fiction short films.
A Q&A with Natalia Leite, the director and writer of the new film Bare, which stars Dianna Agron and Paz de la Huerta, and a co-creator of the web series Be Here Nowish.
In the poignant short film animated by Martin O'Neill, titled A Lucky Girl, actress, writer, and Holocaust survivor Bettine Le Beau recounts the story of her childhood in Nazi-occupied Europe.
The @AdobeInspire WTFIT challenge: Represent “deception” with random objects.
Ana Teresa Fernández makes art that crosses borders, physical and otherwise.
16-year-old Sikha Patra of Kolkata, India, is part of the Daredevils, a group of young people working to educate their community about major issues.
Packing for Adobe MAX can be a challenge. This year, Create magazine brought two cartoon squids and a prerelease version of Adobe Character Animator.
Go behind the scenes of the surreal music video for Good Old War’s “Tell Me What You Want from Me,” by Ari Fararooy.
In this video, you’ll meet Thinkwell Group, the designers behind entertainment experiences about Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, and more.
We turned illustrator Darrick Hays loose with a beta edition of the new Adobe Character Animator, which lets you use a microphone and a camera to synchronize your facial movements and speech to an animated character’s.
PlayLab is known for doing the unexpected. So it’s no surprise that this installment of Inspire’s WTFIT column lives up to its name.
Photoshop turns 25. This birthday video celebrates artists all over the world.
These nine cities have art exhibitions in spring of 2015 that are worth traveling around the world for.
Check out these 13 short horror films, all available on YouTube, to get into the Halloween spirit...if you dare!
Read our Q&A with the trailblazing documentarian behind "Bully."