Stardust Profile on

While it’s not exactly news, Stardust is featured on the Apple Pro website. Interestingly, a lot of the article reveals the way Stardust pre-visualizes a project and carries through. And for those turbo nerds that read motionographer check out the tools they use… Ooooh specs!

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Justin Cone

Together with Carlos El Asmar, Justin co-founded Motionographer and F5. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with is wife, son and fluffball of a dog. Before taking on Motionographer full-time, Justin worked in various capacities at Psyop, NBC-Universal, Apple, Adobe and SCAD.

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  • dread

    really cool article. great to see the way these guys work! What can I do to get a job there!!!

  • represent brup brup brup

  • Steve

    Touching story but kinda pointless. Creativity, knowledge and skill is what counts, not your computer.

  • dread

    well it is on the Apple web site so they have to talk about the computing side of things.
    Stardust’s work speaks for itself.

  • Steve

    True, they are very talented and their work does speak for itself. It’s interesting to read about the way stardust operates but in the end the article is just a plug.

  • V

    yeah of course, unless u are still a kid .
    this is business.

  • oeuf

    I like how they make it sound like all they use are Macs.
    They do use PC’s… alot.

  • I’m surprised no one has mentioned all the ads they did for Windows XP?

  • can anyone actually read the apple “pro” grey type on grey website? when did this trend for almost invisible type become de rigeur?

  • mike gottschalk

    Ah, but for my unambiguous 1-bit DOS prompt, I miss you so. Salad days, indeed.

    ; )