Archive for Motion Graphics
1925 (aka Hell)
Experimental animation by Max Max Hattler based on based on the French Spiritualist artist Augustin Lesage’s painting A symbolic Composition of the Spiritual World’ from 1925.
Great little animation by Cormac Kelly that could actually be a visual metaphor for the banking industry.
Rookshow by Gino Bud Hoiting
Had a friend in town last week that lit up a cigarette every five minutes. Sorry my friend, but that wasn’t San Francisco Fog, it was a cloud of smoke following you around everywhere.
Excerpt of Metropolis by Rob Carter
You can view the entire video at his website.
Metropolis is a quirky and very abridged narrative history of the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. It uses stop motion video animation to physically manipulate aerial still images of the city (both real and fictional), creating a landscape in constant motion. Starting around 1755 on a Native American trading path, the viewer is presented with the building of the first house in Charlotte. From there we see the town develop through the historic dismissal of the English, to the prosperity made by the discovery of gold and the subsequent roots of the building of the multitude of churches that the city is famous for. Now the landscape turns white with cotton, and the modern city is ‘born’, with a more detailed re-creation of the economic boom and surprising architectural transformation that has occurred in the past 20 years.
Korb – Ku Ku
It’s short and cool.
Korb – The Balance
Well, it wasn’t the original idea but visually it sure looks lusty. The Korb describes it as a “visual representation of two opposite audio waves”.
Artificial Paradise, Inc. by John-Paul Frenay
Artificial Paradise, Inc is an experimental film anticipating a future where a major corporation has developed a unique software, based on organic virtual reality, which holds all the lost memories of humankind. A user connects to this database of the forgotten…what is he searching for?
OK, but can it help me find my keys?
Anthony Burrill – Michelle Plays Ping Pong
I assume she’s playing ping pong on acid.
Motion visual identity piece for Universiteit Twente by Studio Dumbar.