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Archive for July, 2009

Hasraf HaZ Dulull updates

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Director/compositor/vfx artist Hasraf HaZ Dulull updates with new work (including several breakdowns)

Friday, July 31st, 2009 | Comments Off

SCAD: The Paper Mill

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SCAD students Phil Guthrie and Phil Bichsel mixed stop-action and 3D to tell the story of paper production in “The Paper Mill”

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Supinfocom Arles: Miam!

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Supinfocom Arles students take us on an action-packed ride through candy land in “Miam!” Making-of video on the Miam! site.

Friday, July 31st, 2009 | Comments Off

David Wilson Breathes Life Into a Tired Technique

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David Wilson has been a busy guy recently since dropping back-to-back videos for We Have Band and We Got Time. However, this recent piece for Little Boots’ “Remedy” caught my attention for a different reason.

I know most of you are thinking, “not another kaleidoscope video.” Well yes, it is. However, I’m posting this as proof that a process, even as tired as the kaleidoscope effect, can be pushed back into relevance. It fits right in with his growing body of work that explores pattern, composition and meticulous planning.

Rather than leaning on this stock After Effects plug-in, David has a crafted an intricate structure of visuals that directly connect to the effect he is using. Take a moment to examine some of the detail and synchronization in the effects shots and you’ll see the great attention to detail that must have gone into the pre-production of this shoot. If every idea has been done, just do it better…

Credits

Friday, July 31st, 2009 | 2 Comments »

Ne-o Lights Up the Night for Audi

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The release of this one slipped under my radar, but hopefully its new to many of you as well.

For the release of Audi’s new Economy Drive, Ne-o and BBH, London use the analogous form of a bulb to represent the energy saved by the car’s engine stopping when it does.

This black and white piece is packed with stunning cinematic moments as well more human vignettes that fit with Ne-o’s past work. I personally love what they’ve done with the shadow-play on the environment. It’s an added visual layer that really pushes the theme of light to the next level.

Credits

Friday, July 31st, 2009 | 7 Comments »

The Ebeling Group and Stink Partner Up

Everyone, everywhere: The Ebeling Group and Stink join forces

Thursday, July 30th, 2009 | Comments Off
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