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.
Ash Thorp does it again. Despite the under whelming reviews everyone can agreed Ghost In The Shell highlights consist around it’s visual eye candy. Normal a piece like this would make it to my Daily Dose.
Very unique take on industrial design. Her set pieces can be seen from many prominent events. The Super Bowl to concerts for Kanye West, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Beyonce.
Bio Blurb (http://esdevlin.com/) –
“Es Devlin is a stage designer. She creates kinetic sculptures meshed with light and film for opera, dance, film, theatre, runway shows and concerts.
Her first works were for small fringe theatres in London including the Bush and the Gate. Her canvas has expanded over the past two decades – through the National Theatre, Sadlers Wells, Royal Opera House, La Scala, and onto the O2 Arena, Wembley Stadium, and the Olympic Stadiums in London and Rio.
She has created stage sets in collaboration with Beyoncé, Kanye West, U2, Jay Z, Adele and The Weeknd. She designed the London Olympic Closing Ceremony and the Rio Olympic Opening Ceremony and continues to work in theatre at all scales – most recently ‘Hamlet’ with Benedict Cumberbatch at the Barbican and ‘Faith Healer’ at the Donmar Warehouse. Es’ work has received multiple awards including 3 Olivier Awards, Evening Standard, Critics’ Circle and an OBE. ”
Great use of practical effects and animation.
Gorgeous design by Brikk