Inspired by Marble Madness, Captain Skyhawk and the like, Daniel Savage crafted this retro isometric animation bit by bit over the course of three years. All of the illustrations and animations were created with Illustrator and After Effects.
A personal project created by Yaniv Fridman illustrating his to do (and not to do) list for “the things we cherish and aspire to in life”. Read more, browse less. Travel more, plan less.
Test your movie knowledge with this animated cinema-based alphabet created by freelance motionographer Evan Seitz. A is for Amelie. B is for Big Lebowski. C is for Citizen Kane.
How many can you guess?
The hologram needed to be an advanced piece of technology. This needed to be more refined than the original movie. This was a very challenging shot due to its design process. The molecule animation tied in the overall mood and feel. As the hologram look developed, it told the story. The overall pipeline for the process was very clean and helped the shots come together for the film.
Working with Nike, Buck directed and produced one 30 sec spot for TV and a plethora of other animated goodness that coated multiple screens in Times Square for the World Basketball Festival in NYC. Character design by Saiman Chow, sound design and music by John Black / CypherAudio.
35 films in two minutes: a clever, minimalist motion graphics piece animated by Felix Meyer and Pascal Monaco. How many can you spot?
Reblogged from Matthew Buchanan
Experimental motion, art and design studio Universal Everything just released their 2010 reel showcasing their work with MTV, Nokia, 2012 Olympics, Apple, and AOL.