Justin Blyth is a multi-faceted and multi-talented individual who has also occasionally dropped a post on Changethethought from time-to-time. Lately he has been curating some exceptional tee through Blood is the New Black and running his always inspirational curated image blog Them Thangs. Aside from all of that he still manages to find time to create experimental art and design work. In short, he’s awesome.
David O’Reilly has inspired a lot of creatives over a long period of time and he recently has his first world premiere of his short film ‘The External World’ at the 67th Venice Film Festival and had his U.S. premiere at Sundance 2011.
London- based motion design studio We Are Seventeen are cranking out some wild work using both graphics and 3D for a wide variety of big-name clients.
Very nice video directed by Chris Alender and produced by Kris Eber for Soapbox Films ‘Eye of the Storm’ is from the upcoming Lovett album Highway Collection, available March 15, 2011.
Recent graduate Misha Shyukin asks that you watch his graduation short-art-movie-video-thingy with your eyes half closed.
Spanish motion and graphic design studio TOCH has been creating some jarringly colorful work. Their rebrand ident work for Antena 3 TV is gorgeously abstract.
Onesize has updated with a new reel that is mind-numbingly awesome and balls-to-the-wall inspiring. We are hoping to one day be doing and accomplishing a similar aesthetic but remain enormously moved by their work.
Andrew Jones from Future Deluxe anchored the creative development and production of this little ident for Black Ocean.
“More than a year in the making, the list of contributors to this piece is long in deed. Challenge Your World, a project conceived by famed art director Julien Vallée and in partnership with Motionographer.com, has been running even longer. The project is meant to stretch the mind and conceive of interesting ways we could help ye old planet Earth. Specifically, we were asked to develop the story of an abstract machine that would do good in the world. Of course, every story needs a villain; ours features a maniacal monster who seeks to destroy the planet. He burns down forests with the flick of a cigarette, pisses on helpless animals, and harpoons innocent whales. He’s sick! Twisted! Our hero is a fabulous flying Helmet chalk full of tubes and gears, pinwheels and dials, microchips and suction cups. When the Helmet spots an evil-doer, it lands on his head and promptly sucks the evil critters out of his brain…a lobotomy of sorts. So, when you’re contemplating dropping that wrapper or flicking that smoke, you better look over your shoulder.”
Joshua Catalano animates the D-Twice’s Rock & Fall band single ‘I.G.L.W.Y’ (B.T. Version) with a hand lent in graphics by lvl Studio.
“The State of Wikipedia not only explores the rich history and inner-workings of the web-based encyclopedia, but it’s also a celebration of its 10th anniversary. With more than 17 million articles in over 270 languages, Wikipedia has undoubtedly become one of the most visited and relied upon sites on the web today.”
Set into motion by Jess3.
My good friend Ryan Bramwell has made a real splash on Denver in the past 2 years with his motion design company named Spillt. They have relaunched with an entirely new website that has been updated with several new projects including their new reel that you can watch above. Lots of good stuff in their portfolio and it makes me proud to call Ryan a friend and even prouder to be sharing space with him here in the fine city of Denver.
Double G Studios put together this little mashup from 20 idents created for Channel 4′s T4. The ident series was inspired by an obvious love of robots.
My good friends at Legwork Studio here in Denver were asked ‘what they learned last year’ (in 2010) by the local advertising blog The Denver Egotist. This is what they had to say and how they illuminated their response through their unique set of skills and personality.
My good friend Ryan Bramwell who is a Partner at Denver based motion design agency Spillt pulled out all the stops over the past several months with the help of several friends to piece together this pet project for Mc Subcon and Kam Moye. 130 custom made Photoshop brushes were used along with captured footage and a little Cinema 4D were used to animate this music video. It’s a truly local project utilizing all Denver talent across the board from music to motion integration.
Design, Direction, Animation: Ryan Bramwell, Chris Sayres and Brian Long
Assist Animation: Jason Wyatt
Music By: Mc Subcon and Kam Moye
FutureDeluxe created generative art and animation for the Perth Arts Festival and cut it onto this short reel.
Programming – Matt Pearson / zenbullets.com
Audio – Magnetic Man – Flying into Tokyo / magneticman.net
Agency – 303 / Richard Berney & Melissa Radman
Film & production – Radical Media / Heckler
“Buck is an ordinary guy. Well, if you accept the “deer head” thing.
Today, Buck is going to spend the afternoon with his girlfriend who’s so happy to see him (she’s pretty much happy always). But when Buck finds out that her father is not the tolerant and sympathetic guy he expected, the Sunday afternoon turns really bad. Really bad. Like baaaaaaad bad.”
Directed and Produced By :
Denis Bouyer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yann De Preval: email@example.com
Vincent E Sousa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurent Monneron: email@example.com
Sound Design: Julien Begault: firstname.lastname@example.org
Music : Yannis Dumoutiers and Mickaël Védrine
Kim Dulaney relaunches with some seriously beautiful work for both motion boards and print. It’s highly artistic, a little bit strange and very detailed work.