Embraces an “un-design” philosophy
Small titles for Gunpowder a new advertising creative showcase. Animated in 2D and 3D using a variety of techniques by Art & Graft, they create a rich and modern title.
Oliver Sin returns with sounds recorded from an evening arranged by the popular online blog ‘It’s Nice That’ in collaboration with HTC. The animations are simple but nicely coloured with a hand drawn edge effect adding interest to the basic shapes.
An explainer video for Mindjet. A typical infographic script, but a character centred twist and clever transitions give it a different feel.
Animated sequence which is a very stripped down and almost abstract infographic, with echoes of Apple’s “Designed in California” animation. Other versions available to view on Vimeo.
Flat coloured 2D animation but cleverly animated to give a 3D feel. A warm colour scheme and soft shapes give it a welcoming feel.
Infographic about the data, done in a flat geometric style.
Retro style graphics in a 2D graphic style contributes a swinging soundtrack. A fifties style animation similar to Catch Me if You Can.
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.
End titles for the film. Referencing early 1960’s title sequences as inspiration, simple shapes are used to graphically represent scientific data including DNA sequencing, mitosis, meiosis, and gene technology.
In store graphics animating words in intricate and stylish versions.
Demo reel for Sander can Dijk. Involves some nice kaleidoscopic 2D graphics and some 3D. Also a nice photo rip idea half way through.
My weakspot, flat coloured isometric graphics. A couple nice transitions and I’m sold. Graphics, people, graphics.
Film title sequence using flat colouring with subtle 3D to create a retro graphic feel
Very short animation tests, all one second logo, showing a variety of simple looks using minimal colouring.