Category: Animation (page 1 of 4)

What if animals were round? Part 2

What if animals were round?  Two new amusing animations from the creators of Rollin`Wild! Check out the earlier animations in my post here.

Colorful music video by Tycho

Musician Scott Hansen, aka Tycho debuted new colorful visuals for his song Horizon, especially for the Coachella music festival . The effect is mesmerizing! Original animations are by the American artist, Neil Krug

Official lyric video for “The Shape of You”

I did not know that lyric videos were a thing, until my 10 year-old daughter told me about it! The song “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran is on her playlist for sometime now, but I had never watched this video before. This is not actually the official video, but the official lyric video for the song, illustrated and directed by Charlotte Audrey. Love the playful animated lettering!

Fuzzy Yellow

Hey Fuzzy Yellow! This is just one of those silly little animations that makes your day!

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Hakanaï live performance

  

Oh, this looks amazing, I wish I could experience it! Hakanaï is a project by Claire Bardainne & Adrien Mondot. It is live animations performed inside a digital moving cube, based on physical movement modeling, on an original music score played live. Looks like a combination of dance choreography and performance, something between dream and reality.
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Analogue Loaders animated film

This animated film is called Analogue Loaders, created by London-based director Raphael Vangelis. He specializes in design driven animation projects ranging from short films and music videos to TV commercials.

I love what he says about it: “This short film is my animated autobiography. I spend most of my life swearing at the computer because it’s crashed or isn’t working. Here, well known digital symbols are turned into something analogue and playful. The result is an homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.” So, true!

You can also watch the -very entertaining- making of the film here.

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Kafka’s words come to life with typography

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typography, theater design, beetroot, Kafka machine

typography, theater design, beetroot, Kafka machine

This is the work of the award-winning design group Beetroot from Thessaloniki, for the opera production of “The Penal Colony” by Philip Glass and Franz Kafka. The director of the opera needed a design team to bring Kafka’s words to life and on stage, so, the designers from Beetroot decided to create the machine described in the book, out of Kafka’s text itself.

Beetroot explains: “Over the years we often return and explore the concept of typography as a ‘living entity; through various projects, which has led to some really interesting results both conceptually and visually. Interpreting Kafka’s machine as a literary device, we tried to elevate type from a mere decorating collection of characters to an actual performer, one that has the ability to torture and, ultimately, to kill.”

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Title sequence for Camp festival

This is a sci-fi style title sequence, created by Joey Camacho, for CAMP 2016, a creative technology, art and design festival in Canada.

 

Unsatisfying situations animated


I love this animated video by Parallel Studio. They explain the idea: “We created and directed a video about unsatisfying situations: the frustrating, annoying, disappointing little things of everyday life, that are so painful to live or even to watch.” Oh yes, I agree!!

How Stranger Things got its retro title sequence

This summer’s Netflix hit “Stranger Things” went old-school for its opening credits. Very interesting to see where they drew their inspiration.

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