Mau Lencinas is Illustrator from Argentina. http://199hates.tumblr.com/ his website
Very impressive portfolio displaying his unique style of drawing.
Another cool animation with a strong and positive message. Dress Code the studio who produced this info graphic seems to always realize on great design. I’m becoming a fan of their work.
Blurb about the Project Ellis project:
“If you or someone you love is affected by the new executive orders on immigration and needs help — whether it’s legal advice, money for travel/accommodations, whatever — please use Project Ellis (Entrepreneurs’ Liberty Link in Silicon Valley) to ask for assistance. You, your friends and your colleagues are not alone. Please spread the word.”
A lost art in the 21st century is story telling or rather good story telling. We see it in cinema, advertising and television. The lack of creativity and original ideas. Everything is a recycle loop of yesterday mixed with bad dialogue. haha
This video is a simple throwback to good story matched with greater design.
One I thing respect and love about the motion and design industry is the ability to convey strong messaging.
Weather it’s environmental causes, the human condition or political responsibility. Great design and strong messaging are truly phenomenal when married. This piece convey that sense of a grand marriage. Artist Ignacio Osorio fluid motion keeping you engaged with well placed dialogue. An immersive experience and marriage on a grand scale. Good Job!
This is Funky!
The blurb from vimeo “The Summer after 10th grade Mike spent two solid weeks with horrible horrible migraines, dizziness, blind spots and tunnel vision—he didn’t know what it was… This is the story of his Coke Habit.”
One highlight of motion graphics is the ability to work independently of clients and deadline. This project was done in such fashion. Detailing the narrative of a personal addiction to caffeine something one in the design industry may know to well.
As visual component this motion piece seems pretty straight forward. A trend many other designers have adapted over the last 2 years. Profiled on the bible for motion designers “Motionographer” blog. The artist Alex Mapar has worked in the industry for quite a few popular studios. Building a strong brand around his aesthetic visual take. Here a snippet of the interview Motionographer posted.
“I want to preface this incredibly indulgent answer (that’s the equivalent of me describing how I fine tune my lottery winnings) by saying how thankful and grateful I am every day for having this position of privilege. I have a nice job drawing pictures and making cartoons, that somehow pays the bills too. It’s amazing; I really mean that. There’s a million harder jobs out there and a million harder hardships to have to deal with, and I check my head with it every single day.”
Full article about the project link above.