Opening titles for “CIVIL 80”, a documentary TV series about the Spanish civil war. Created by Antoni Sendra AKA PODENCO – a spanish freelance director specializing in mixed media driven projects.
Titles created by Niels Prayer
Character animation by Quentin Laville
Visuals & Music by Niels Prayer
A nice piece of motion graphics from Moving Colour detailing highlights from the life of Katherine Johnson realised in a quirky cutout style.
“The Mouse” by Slurpy Studios
An animation supporting the IICSA’s Truth Project.
by Voicing CSA with Slurpy Studios and Collage Arts
Story – Katie Steed and Phillip Lafferty, Animation – Fern Bailey, Animation Producer – Aaron Wood, Animation Director – Katie Steed, Produced by Chris Harper
A gambler, who is trapped in a life-threatening mindstate, confesses the dark story of his life on how much he lost by chasing his losses.
Written and Directed by Mantas Gr
Illustration and Animation: Mantas Gr
Music and Sound Design: Zing Audio
Audio Mastering: Dan Solovitz
Script Editor: James Nixon
Large headline type edges along US landscapes and GV’s from the show. Nice tracking and compositing job from Elastic.
Multiple recorded voices from AA meetings explored through hand-drawn animation.
Nicely shot and modelled and composited.
Yest another great title from Patrick Claire and his colleagues at Elastic for the Netflix TV series.
Black & white disruptive video effects from Elastic.
Earn the Fern by Assembly Studios.
A video for Scelido by Kyu Hwa Ki
Nice title using lots of type and texture from Elastic.
Design: Elastic, Design Director: Duncan Elms, Designers: Nadia Tzuo, Felix Soletic, Erika Bird, Luca Ionescu, Henry DeLeon, Animators: Jeffrey Jeong, Yongsub Song, Vincent Wang, EJ Kang, Peter Murphy, Steven Do, Hal Heah
Martin Scorsese was given centre stage with a retrospective at the Cinmathque in Paris and a tribute to his work at the Festival Lumire in Lyon.
For the occasion, Arte commissioned Cher Ami to create five interactive illustrated articles, for which nbl oversaw the artistic direction.
This video is part of a series of three pieces designed to raise awareness and engage with the audiences ahead of the WWI Centenary celebrations.
Client: MOD, Produced for BFBS TV (2016)
A excerpt from Midway: Plastic Island, a short documentary produced at CNN, designed and animated by Ignacio Osorio.
Some playful, characterful cutout animation from Blink my Brain.
Loved all the series and these titles & music are really great.
Direction: Paul McDonnell
Art Direction: Hugo Moss
Design and animation: Ben Hanbury and Tamsin McGee, Illustration: Nathan McKenna, Composer: John Lunn, Client: Carnival
Designed and animated by Tynesha Foreman from an interview with Coates about his article in The Atlantic where he cites Gallup research to explain how tribalism and white supremacy paved the way for Trump.
Client: The Atlantic
Director/animator: Tynesha Foreman
Producer: Nicholas Pollock
Production Mangager Brian Jimenez
Senior producer: Ashley Bloom Kenny
Executive producer: Kasia Ceiplak-Mayr von Baldegg
Great title sequence from “The Drawing Room” apparently about the U.S. government’s systematic persecution of gay and lesbian State Department employees during the Cold War.
Lively animation from Laundry, using black and white photographic collage elements, with overlaid colours and annotations.
Your rights in the US using the 4th & 5th Amendment. Produced and Directed by: Dress Code. Lead Animator: Wes Ebelhar
First-time directors James Allen and Mike Skrgatic at East Londons Time Based Arts combine a full compliment of their studios VFX, animation, and illustration talents into this spectacular 90-second opus for Honda thru Wieden+Kennedy.
Split screen of graphics and imagery to convey the message.
Colourful and dynamic motion graphics by Donghyun Lee.
Very cute animated film using lots of different techniques & styles. A thought experiment in ethics. Vid for TED Ed & DIRECTED BY Eoin Duffy
TV Graphics from Troika, branding specialists.
Paper cutouts, hand-drawn animation and 3D boxes all in a stop-frame slower frame rate, combine seamlessly for this black and white promotion for 50 years of Vans shoes.
A very simple and elegant painterly end sequence from Blur Studio.
South Wales is getting a new metro system and Bomper studio have animated it’s proposed route through a white minimalist environment. Nice subtle animations and smooth camera moves make a technical subject a visually pleasing watch.
Dave Penn directed this animation (along with Jellyfish and Sixfingers) for a six-part CNN documentary series concerned with what went on behind the scenes during key presidential campaigns in U.S. history. Sponge paint mattes provide nice transitions for cleverly laid out photographs.
Analytical, diagrammatic video in a 3D space by Jonathan Kim. Blueprints, lines and tech overlays provide a hi-res feel for this square installation.
Painted transitions and frames create artistic transitions for Underground, the new WGN America series. Done by Imaginary Forces.
One of a series of promos for Ultimate Fighter on Fox using rapid editing and splashes of hand-drawn type and scratched elements. By State Design.
This title gets us up to speed quickly with the recent history of Ukriane, well at least how the story goes in the West. It’s another excellent piece of work from Patrick Claire
Rushes create intricate detailed UI graphics for Bond’s computer in Spectre.
Lifting text pealing away from a newspaper to form the logo of the Arab current affairs show.
Opening Title sequence of HBOs Documentary; MANHUNT. The show documented the two decade hunt for Osama Bin Laden. Lots of documents and ink bleeds.
Creative Directed & Designed by Manija Emran.
Produced by The Mill+
Lots of layers of political and social upheaval over the centuries are organised through what looks like a burning paper effect for the titles and graphics for director Greg Barker’s documentary, “We Are The Giant”, a Passion Pictures & Motto Pictures Production.
Creative Directed & Designed by Manija Emran. Produced by Mill Plus themillplus.com
Mill+ co-director Ben Smith and co-director Bryce Wymer teamed up with Netflix to create the title sequence for Marco Polo and most appears to be achieved on camera but with a lot of planning.
Little clip with nice character design and animation by Persistent Peril
Simple idea of diagrams on paper done very well in true Imaginary Forces style, similar in fashion to their popular Rubicon title.
Nice geometrical 2D animation by Erica Rotberg
More excellent motion graphics from Antibody. Directed by Patrick Claire
Textured and strongly lit animation bring a certain eastern european feel to this animation by Martin Zivocky.
Hand drawn simple animation, with ink and paper depict a cut-down TED talk, by Moth Collective.
Simple. White. Apple. Need we say more?
Chalk board style animation by Art & Graft, describing one boy’s experience using animation of chalk lines and clever transitions.
Great work based on the uses of salt by Gentleman Scholar and commissioned by Grey SF.
Ink dropped into water like you’ve never seen before. Produced by Troublemakers.tv
Yes slavery is still with us in some parts and this film questions our role in that trade. From Daniel Stewart working with Epipheo studios and Kasey Lum.
Beautiful abstract film celebrating the OFFF festival of design, photography and motion
An info-graphic film but holds very little statistics in terms of text and numbers, mostly relying on transition graphic imagery to convey the details.
Quite a complex piece of animation built around a paper-folded world.
Simple, in style and colour animation but with clever technicalities and expertly executed.
Telling the story of a Toyota, the “open book” idea is used again, but with ink and more of a travel guide. The apply a variety of techniques on a standard theme as the video progresses.
This is an amazing piece of work. The camera movement, depth of field, modelling and explosions work really well.
A test by us to showing parallaxing a an old photograph celebrating the queens jubilee in Bethnal Green. The photo is split into layers, digitally repainted and then placed into a frame with a 3D virtual camera.
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Very good use of presenter in a studio cut with very stylised graphics. Design & Animation: Oz Smith
Creative Director: Greg Millar for BBC sport.
Winner of the best use of displacement map/compound blur ever – Micaël Reynaud, with portraits by Michael Jang. Stay with it, kids.
Conceptual trailer for female missionary who left American Civil war ravaged Virginia for China. Well crafted trailer.
Titles incoporating archive stills by placing them against a plane of breaking glass. Not for the very squeamish…
Mapping Test, creating a 3D model of Mr. Churchill and wrapping his image around it, to create an extreme parallaxed dimension on to an ordinary archive still.
Avery nice blend of old photographs but mapped onto simple 3D models.
Test into a simple pen line which can then be rotated into three dimensions.
We’ve experimenting with techniques to bleed through images, either from one to another to fade in an image, giving it a natural, organic introduction.
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Sculpted steel tubes shape the car body and details as the 3D camera traverses through the space.
Car Commercial using pencil sketching mapped on to a 3D service to create a graphical feel and advertise craftmanship
Very simple move on stills, replicating a rostrum move, but we’ve added a more complex 3D virtual camera, a tighter depth of field, a table setting with lighting and a glossy reflection to the photographs.
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Static titles using close-ups of paper and documents with subtle animation to create a coded typographical sequence.
Old diagrams are animated in 2D and 3D to create a vintage looking title sequence with a graphic feel.
Advert for Wacom software, mixing hand drawn animation with live action
End credits rotoscoping frames in a hand-drawn ink style over video footage.
Titles for american sitcom using text from a book to animate the characters and type throughout.
Text and animation added together to form the speech without any photos or footage.
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We are most proud of managing to create an absorbing sequence which lasted well over a minute of tv time using just one photograph.
Animation displaying only typography, using a 3D camera move to scroll over a large canvas of text.
Pitched idea, coming from a reflective idea, emitting the images of sport off the dark black emerging cubes. By placing the sports footage in different 3D spaces the images reflected and combined on different surfaces.
Dark, creepy animation with an alien and biological feel, black and white.
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A very rough & ready ‘parallax sequence’ sequence mainly due to the fact that as this promo was not transmitted, the small source images came from ‘google’ but still it proves quite poignant.
Animated drawings based around faux interviews with Army personnel.
Music video combining a mixture of live action features, tracking human features on to crows.