Stop-motion typography piece from Montreal based Julien Vallee

Based on Kurt Shwitters “Thesis on Typography”, Julien Vallee has created this meld of stop-motion and motion-graphic typography all with influences pouring in from the Dada movement. Vallee states that the underlying idea is that the over-use of graphical elements in a typographical piece may cause the content to become unreadable.

The piece is an excellent merging of analog, organic elements mixed with dirty, digital garble. In a nutshell, I like.

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  • ChicO

    Uhm, John. I think you exceeded the width of an image usually posted here on motionographer.

  • ev

    yo! this is cool… looks like fun! love it

  • i love this mix of organic, real materials animated!
    i would love to read an interview about the process , the creativity, technics, etc…
    ya’ll kick ass!!!

  • Ben_F

    ouin ouin ouin.. tres tres creatif mais surtout bin bin beau!!

  • sympa

  • Viva tha Montreal !!

    Bravo très beau!

  • john

    hmm… pretty whatever. aesthetically, it’s essentially more of that tired 1999 tech thing mixed with a little analog grime, and the stop-motion work is nothing to marvel at. a lot of it is just basic stuff shot in reverse. big deal.

  • Very nice
    want to use such technology too

  • Very nice
    want to use such technic too