Kim Holtermand updates yet again with even more stunningly gorgeous photography now nestled within a new portfolio website. His work has emerged as some of the most popular on the Behance network and founder Scott Belsky is apparently a big fan of his work.
Photographer Kim Høltermand has updated his Behance-folio with a new series ‘Tuve’ shot at Lake Tuve (Tuvesjöen) in Sweden. We were thrilled to receive an email from him as we are huge fans of his talent and any time he points and clicks something beautiful happens. He’s one to watch as a true artist behind the camera.
Danish motion graphics agency Magnet Visuals has recently updated with some new work. They have some slick examples of motion, 3D and animation under their belt and I can only imagine their work getting stronger in the future.
“1925 (aka Hell) is one of two animation loops directed by Max Hattler, inspired by the work of French outsider artist Augustin Lesage. 1925 is based on Lesage’s painting ‘A symbolic Composition of the Spiritual World’ from 1925.”
This is the promised followup to 1923 (aka Heaven) by Max Hattler several weeks back. Both films were created over the course of 5 days in February of 2010 with students at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark.
Copenhagen-based multi-disciplinary arts and design studio Hvass&Hannibal have updated yet again with more intriguing work. Since 2006, its founders, Nan Na Hvass & Sofie Hannibal have been busy generating creative for the music, arts and publishing industries. They take a unique approach to every project they take on, the results of which shine through in their highly individualistic portfolio of work.
Danish artist Anders Clausen is currently exhibiting an interesting set of collage works at Hotel about the influence of operations systems and interfaces. He is particularly interested in the notion of scrolling which I can easily identify with and would imagine you can too considering the fact you are currently reading a blog.
Hvass And Hannibal have updated their portfolio with some really great work. The above album cover was created out of 270 peices of paper printed with gradients. Stephan Lavavej shared his origami-instructions over the internet and it took the crew 2 days to create the paper ball. Pretty amazing dedication to craft.
“Benny Box is a small design- and production company, working with animation, motion graphics, illustration and graphic design.
We have been working with different kinds of design for years. We started out with uninspiring work for printing 10 years ago, but are finally doing what we really love. We are most grateful for our assignments and clients, but we are still looking for new and challenging jobs. Even though we have worked in the field for 10 years we have been studying design on the side, and graduated from Danish School of Design in 2005, institute for visual communication.
We have a simple goal with all our work: To create consistent, visual environments around the products or subjects we work with.
Rune Fisker & Esben Fisker, Benny Box
(yes, we are brothers by the way)”
“We are a Copenhagen based motion graphic studio. With a subtle balance of design, animation and live action, we create commercials, corporate branding, music videos, title sequences, short films, broadcast design and network branding.”