Posts Tagged ‘Motion’

Nice illustrated videos

Friday, October 9th, 2009

BBC Radio 4 – Today Programme: Kofi Annan

BBC Radio 4 – Today Programme: Stephen Hawking

BBC Radio 4 – Today Programme: Yoko Ono

I Met the Walrus

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Scott Pagano: Parks on Fire

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

I really, really love this short graphic film. Set to a sweet cinematic soundtrack by Trifonic, it mixes natural forms and landscapes with CG generated hard, metallic, man-made forms. Check out more of Scott Pagano’s work at Neither-field

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Dimitre Lima: experimental graphics

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

Folha Ilustrada 50 anos

Dimitre Lima is a super talented individual from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He creates experimental artworks both static and motion. To see more click here

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‘Take It’ – Inspired by the music of Maël

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Take it - screenshots

I’ve finally got myself sorted and have uploaded my latest motion piece onto my site, to see it click here

To hear more from Maël, visit their myspace page

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Psst3

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

psst 3 is up and running

PSST!3 is a collaborative film project of 17 films made by 51 teams of Designers, Directors, Animators and Composers.

The mission of PSST is to produce original short films through the collaboration of Designers, Directors, and Animators. Each film is comprised of three sections produced by three different teams: the beginning, middle & end. This process is the whole idea behind PSST! – a technique derived from the Dadaist game of Exquisite Corpse and the children’s game Telephone and applied to the arts of motion graphics, animation and film-making.

To find out more and see the films, visit the website

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