Scott Geersen on working with some of the world's best motion & sound studios to explore the nature of reality in collaborative title sequence 'TEDxREAL'.
Animation, Asides, Music
Temple Caché director Yoann Stehr takes a cut out motion graphics trip into the 70s land of better homes and lurking sexual desires in 'À CORPS'.
Art & Fashion, Asides
Nicolas Arnold ponders the concept of 'Forever' through a riot of colour and seamlessly integrated visual and practical effects for Pause Fest.
Animation, Art & Fashion
Adam Priester speaks to DN about capturing the reverent feeling the act of creation imbues in us with his self-reflective CGI grad short 'Hallow'.
Multi-disciplined designer Dimitris Katsafouros walks DN through the evolution and challenging render times of his playfully hypnotic 3D pattern short.
Antoni Sendra returns with ‘Bulletproof Thoughts’ part 3, in which pioneering skateboarder Rodney Mullen teaches us why it's good to be willing to fail.
A mix of live action, animation & motion graphics, Antoni Sendra’s Bulletproof Thoughts brings the sage words of hellraiser Joe Strummer to frenetic life.
If like us, you have a jonesing for data visualisation (it’s a real addiction, ok!) then motion graphics designer Al Boardman has just what you need with
A trio of characters bask in the sublime tritone animation style of Vincenzo Lodigiani for their final Sunset as he continues his ever inventive ▵●●
Created for TEDxTaipei, Keng-Ming Liu’s 2013 Flip is a beautifully elegant dance of colour and shapes. “Six geometric icons represent the six themes
I know it’s Sunday and you’re trying to pull things back from a big weekend of non-stop partying ready for the working week ahead, but I think
Mike Brookes lays out the core brand values which guide his design work in an impressive flow of motion graphics in My Keynote Address.
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