Architecture + Evolution + Movement //
Referencing the utopian visions of 1960’s architecture practice Archigram, Walking City is a slowly evolving video sculpture. The language of materials and patterns seen in radical architecture transform as the nomadic city walks endlessly, adapting to the environments she encounters.
Creative Director: Matt Pyke • Animation: Chris Perry • Soundtrack by Simon Pyke.
The short Film was visualizes a fight between an organic and a technical world. Despite their differences, both worlds try to equalize each other. Describing the desire of men to intervene and rule nature or to imitate (Bionic) is the basic idea of the animation.
“PROXIMITY” was produced at the University of Applied Science in Upper Austria (Campus Hagenberg) by students – Kristin Müller, Peter Affenzeller & Manuel Preuß – during their first semester in the “Digital Arts” masters program.
Diese wundervollen Illustrationen stammen von Luke Brookes, einem Künstler, der in einer kleinen Stadt in Staffordshire, England lebt und arbeitet. Mehr Arbeiten findest Du auf seiner Webseite.
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As her relationship with her boyfriend was coming to an end, the writer Sarah L. Courteau grasped for a moment of tenderness between them.
Commissioned by The New York Times for the Modern Love series.
Based on the column by Sarah L. Courteau.
Animated by REANIMATION • Direction, editing, 3D animation & motion design: Stéphane Laplatte.
Swirling cosmos of paint give way to a storm of color and drips. An experimental animation by Miguel Jiron that is a mix of paint on glass and stop motion, Paint Showers is the anticipation, fury, and release of a colorful storm.
Neue Illustrationen des aus São Paulo, Brasilien stammenden Künstlers Adams Carvalho.
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All scenes were filmed by using lycopodium powder, a subwoofer and a Red Epic.
Director: Susi Sie • DoP: Thomas D. Spitzenberger • Editor: Maximilian Schwarz.
Production/Mixing/Mastering: Ben Kruse & Adrian Lee Hayman.
Collaborators: Sara Robson & Justin Calder.
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A collection of three films for the Royal Observatory Greenwich that answer mind-expanding questions like “How Big Is The Universe?” and “How Hot Is The Sun?”. Using beautifully irreverent graphics and character animation, director Amaël Isnard proves that a lifetime of learning animation can still be helpful in understanding the world around us!
How Do We Know How Old The Sun Is?
What’s Inside A Black Hole?
How Big Is The Universe?