Artificial Paradise, Inc by JP Frenay Brandon Lori August 31, 2009 In Artificial Paradise, Inc, Belgian director JP Frenay forecasts an eerie future for humankind in this experimental film that is glowing with CG polish and abstract imagery. ShareShare on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 7 Comments oddfew September 1st, 2009 Amazing. Some of the most beautiful use of cgi I think I’ve ever seen. Congratulations on onedotzero and siggraph. Definitely deserved. Dulchis September 1st, 2009 Indeed. Very slick. Really brightened up my morning. frq September 1st, 2009 How is this just a quickie?? Beautiful work! I’d love to hear more about the process behind it- monovich September 1st, 2009 All slick CG is automatically a quickie until a few years down the road when it becomes in-vogue again. At that point all stop-motion will be relegated to quickie status and the circle of life continues. von pixel September 1st, 2009 lol. Don’t forget Cutesy style feel good character animation. It will be replaced by the classic swirl again. ddd_dave September 1st, 2009 So amazing…. it makes me feel like just giving up. Killer work! I agree frq, this is more than just a quickie, it’s GOD-like. waveplant September 1st, 2009 this is jaw dropping. i LOVE the jerky, stop-motion feel around 1:30. IMO, one of the most visceral and evocative moments as the result of one technique interpreting another. awesome work. Comments are closed.