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Daily Dose “Lips Amazon | Chance the Rapper”

“Buck helped Amazon Music in several spots, featuring big artists in the music industry.
Last year I worked on Chance the Rapper feature video, performing Sun Come Down. Developed with Journey Moses help, we did a rig for the ray lights in After effects,which was a good solution for this kind of scene, so we didn’t have to move line by line. The Black Hole scene was a mix of techniques, interpolating keyframes and cel animation, done in After Effects and in Animate. My role for this project was Animator and I composed some other details. Directed by Buck”

From the artist Rafael Araujo
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Daily Dose “Zedd ft. Troye Sivan – Papercut (Grey remix)”

“When the guys at Interscope and Blood Company approached us about doing a music video for Zedd’s Paper Cut, we knew it would be the perfect opportunity to try out an idea we had been toying with for a while: gathering a dream team of some of our favourite artists from around the world to create one cohesive film using a variety of styles.

After coming up with the storyline we put together a script, storyboard and animatic and then divided the shots between ourselves and 10 of our favourite collaborators, with the only guideline being to work in black and white with a hand drawn feel.

goldenwolf.tv

Produced and directed by Golden Wolf”

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Daily Dose “Crosscall – Core”

“CROSSCALL, creator of the outdoor mobile technology market, launches its new CORE range for outdoor pros. NŌBL developed an animated graphic language showcasing the unique features of these new devices.”

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Daily Dose “[adult swim] – 6 Feet Apart PSA”

PSA’s and info-graphical projects are a huge part of the motion graphic artists client base. When its done well it’s so seem-less who can’t even tell its a PSA. haha

Produced by: Kingboss.tv
Designed and animated by: Bran Dougherty-Johnson

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Daily Dose “Godfather of Harlem Title Sequence”

“The Godfather of Harlem main title is an homage to the contemporaneous collages created by African-American artist, Romare Bearden (1911–1988), during 1960s Harlem. He is best known for his photomontage compositions made from torn images of popular magazines and assembled into visually powerful statements on African-American life. We felt his art was appropriate to the show because it shared themes and portrayals of social inequality and the African-American experience that the show similarly explores.”

Creator: Peter S. Pak

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