Tag Archives: Motion design

Daily Dose “Igor + Valentine REEL”

It’s Show Reel time in the industry of motion. All the studios start showing off their year of cool visual design. Igor + Valentine put together a strong effort.

“Igor + Valentine is the shared creative mind of Matt Smithson and David Stanfield. The name does not refer to any two distinct people, but hints at a creative split personality that Matt and David share, get lost in, and ultimately choose to embrace.”

Check out there vimeo here https://vimeo.com/igorandvalentine/about

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Daily Dose “FUTURE IS NOW”

Aspirational piece of the day for myself right here. The artist Eduard Mykhailov combined some fantastic visual components. Motion design effects like glitch can seem cumbersome at times. Once in a blue an artists find a way to redefine it’s purpose and make it seem really fucking cool. Thanks Mr. Mykhailov

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Daily Dose “IMMERSION”

Very inspiring piece for today’s Daily Dose. It got a vimeo staff pick award which is an achievement for video content nowadays.

I found the aesthetics refreshing, reminds me of the late 80’s when colors and line were going abstract.

 

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Daily Dose “H-57 For Adidas”

Literally working on a series which focuses on a similar design director. What are the chances I find inspiration on a random day??? Adidas advertising in my opinion has been great the last 10 yrs. They always seem to go on to the edge and push visual interpretations.

 

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Daily Dose – “Paula Cavalciuk – Morte E Vida Uterina”

Music videos is honestly how I got my start as a professional in the world of motion design.

Every once in a while something cool is produced. Direction, Animation, Script, Editing
Daniel Bruson.

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Daily Dose “Goodbye Uncanny Valley”

Written and animated by Alan Warburton with the support of Tom Pounder and Wieden + Kennedy. 
Music by Cool 3D World (http://cool3dworld.com/)
Special thanks to: Leanne Redfern, Nico Engelbrecht, Iain Tait, Indiana Matine, Katrina Sluis, David Surman, Jacob Gaboury and Daniel Rourke. 

The representation of CGI is displayed in varies ways. The growth of the industry is leading to a state of unknown potential.

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