Very organic & abstract titles.
Just about every dynamic simulation you can think of and more…
I know this scrapbook is all about motion graphics & animation but this is so well cut it deserves a mention.
Watch Dogs 2.0 | Cinematic – by MK12 for Ubisoft
PES’s Emmy Nominated commercial for Honda.
Japanese digital artist and director Daito Manabe’s latest collaboration with UK electro-master Squarepusher
Nice edgy promo from Daniel Romero.
An exploration of the disparity and the difference that gender, regardless of party, can make.
Manages to look low-tech and true to the retro however lots of CGI used. The story of vinyl records, designed & produced by Imaginary Forces.
Schizophrenia is a mental illness that changes the way you think, feel, and act — and with the right treatment, it can be managed. Michelle Hammer tells her story.
Lots of plexusy goodness in this techy, data driven animation for Prozone by Rich Hinchcliffe.
Another great sequence for The Division – by Patrick Clair
Embraces an “un-design” philosophy
Some very nice 2D motion graphics mixed with live action to make for a pretty dynamic piece for Shopify
Rodeo FX delivered over 100 visual effects shots for Dave Meyers dystopian vision of Justin Timberlakes Supplies”.
Art Directed by Erik Gagnon.
A great rant using big named players shot on greenscreen and collaged with lots of GFX.
Nicely shot and modelled and composited.
Looks to me like a football title for Japanese or Korean channel.
Yest another great title from Patrick Claire and his colleagues at Elastic for the Netflix TV series.
Film on the history and future of Audi’s light technology. Lots of motion graphics and trapcode plugins.
Black & white disruptive video effects from Elastic.
A video for Scelido by Kyu Hwa Ki
A personal project from Terrence Ginja Martinho based on the book “Man Meets Woman.”
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.
Chaotic spot for Tiscis sportswear collaboration with Nike called NikeLab x RT.
Directed by JN director Luca Finotti
Really ecletic mix of styles in these series of animations from Dutch firm PlusOne.
The names of the consumer brands have been removed but all the more intriging.
Really cool idents from Impactist, based in Portland Oregan
Often seen as part bumpers during football matches these William Hill adverts combine live action and lots of different styles but it’s the comic strip overlays that appeal most to me.
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.
Here is another interesting video, spy stuff. Lots of overlays and tracking footage and data gives it that high-tech espionage look. By First born.
More excellent motion graphics from Antibody. Directed by Patrick Claire
Looks like Rubicon but with a figure orchestrating. Another animation from Marcus Eckert.
Quirky German animation with George Melieres overtones. Direction and animation: Jeroen Houben & Jurjen Versteeg.
An old title sequence now but still quite memorable. By yU+co
Nice title sequence using interesting motion on hockey notation and jump cut editing
A short history of this artist told by Tom Waits in a quite comical montaged manner
Very good use of presenter in a studio cut with very stylised graphics. Design & Animation: Oz Smith
Creative Director: Greg Millar for BBC sport.
Conceptual trailer for female missionary who left American Civil war ravaged Virginia for China. Well crafted trailer.
I guess these guys got in before airmiles added their fees & taxes. Great little sequence which must have been months in the planning.
Just lovely simple advert with actor, one camera and the sunlight. Like the brashness of the jump cuts.
Technical graphics and kaleidoscopic animation provide a data heavy car commercial.
Dexter’s titles include extreme close-ups to get a dramatic feeling of intensity.
Classic Title sequence for True Blood. Using a mixture of archive and shot footage with a edgy heavily graded look. Thanks, Bolex.
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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.