A very nice personal project from Yanic Fridman, combining 3D and 2D motion graphics.
Really nice animation about rise, using a cutout textural style.
Some really nice grungy, hand drawn retro treatment to basketball footage in this main title for “Shut up and dribble”
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.
One of the episodes from the animated A to Z guide for children aged 11-14 that explores and introduces a variety of religious topics.
These are the original sequences animated by Robert Grieves.
The series won Outstanding Motion Design at the 2015 Emmys.
Rodeo FX delivered over 100 visual effects shots for Dave Meyers dystopian vision of Justin Timberlakes Supplies”.
Art Directed by Erik Gagnon.
A nice piece of motion graphics from Moving Colour detailing highlights from the life of Katherine Johnson realised in a quirky cutout style.
A quirky animation about human rights, featuring zebras.
Story (based on an original script by APC): Frdric Dubois
Illustration/Animation: Macaia Studio
Sound design: Hannes Schulze
Voice: Thaddea Tsering
A great rant using big named players shot on greenscreen and collaged with lots of GFX.
Great animation from Tulip’s and Chimney’s, taking something painfully ordinary like a commute to work, and giving it that extraordinary Hendricks sense of wonder.
A video for Scelido by Kyu Hwa Ki
A great animation for Carlsberg with lots of cutouts. By Assembly.
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.
Beautiful animation created by Han Del Eugene.
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)
London design/vfx studio Blue Spill design title sequence for Alison Klayman’s Netflix original, Take Your Pills. More of their work @ bluespill.co.uk
Design director: Allison Brownmoore
Flame Artist: Anthony Brownmoore
Designers: Joe Nowacki, Oliver Weinfeld, Sylvain Doussa
Post Production Assistant: Anna Maros
A excerpt from Midway: Plastic Island, a short documentary produced at CNN, designed and animated by Ignacio Osorio.
Opening sequence for a CNN mini-documentary about biometrics created by Ignacio Osorio
Our digital world is being shaped by our physical bodies. Biometrics are fast becoming the new way to identify ourselves and the industry is booming.
Some playful, characterful cutout animation from Blink my Brain.
In conjunction with Adult Swim, Run The Jewels released a mind-altering video by esteemed cult video artist Cyriak for the albums lead track Meowpurrdy, a remix by El-P that deposits his and Killer Mikes vocal performances in the midst of a rhythmic vapor of meows, purrs, and hisses. Cyriaks visual treatment is an LSD-nightmare miasma of cat limbs and teeth fractalizing into feline Cthulu-esque monstrosities.
The music video for Bonobo’s song, “Cirrus,” is a beautifully surreal video collage created by British animator Cyriak.
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