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Daily Dose “Coke Habit” by Dress Code

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.

Visually “Dress Code” the company behind this animation achieves very stunning work. Mix of 2d elements, 3d compositing and great “digital ink” work. 

 

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Daily Dose “The Confidante (Directors Cut)”

Great use of color and complexity of shape animation. Not To Scale is a trendy design boutique with various award winning projects. This was done for the Hyatt’s hotel.

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Daily Dose. “The Weeknd’s Stage Setup”

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. ” 

 

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Daily Dose “Santiago”

The blurb – “An animated self-portrait exploring the line of human evolution and a projection of a possible future.
As our evolution turns from biological to technological, are we now the bridge between the born and the made.
I painted this stop frame animation on myself using face paint, a mirror and a camera.
Copyright Emma Allen”  

Great use of practical effects and animation.

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