The Resale Right

Le droit de suite (The Resale Right) — VA from Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet on Vimeo (via Drawn).

Time and again I have been moved by the sense of solidarity that comes across from various discussions on Motionographer about protecting the rights of designers and artists (i.e., How do we look out for one another?). This is why when I came across this piece, I simply had to share it with you. It is gorgeously arresting in its simplicity, and informative. It’s been a while since I saw typographical-pictorial animation handled so well. So, enjoy!

According to Pierre, “The ADAGP is the French collective rights management society in the field of the visual arts (painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia, etc.). It represents almost 80,000 artists. They asked for a film that explains what the resale right is.”

Directed by Pierre-Emannuel Lyet, and made at French animation studio doncvoila.
Full credit list can be found on the Vimeo page.

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Lilian Darmono

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Born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia, Lilian moved to Singapore and eventually Australia for her studies, eventually graduating from Swinburne NID in Prahran, Melbourne. She then worked in print design before deciding to switch to the field of Motion Design in late 2003. Her obsessions include travelling, illustrating, and cats. She is currently in the London leg of her 'Mograph Tour Around The World', and calls Melbourne home.

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7 Comments

Benjamin Canfield

Saw this a while back on cartoon brew, absolutely beautiful! I hope this video marks the end of “kinetic typography”

Brandia

Absolutely brilliant. Reaches perfection at informative and spectacular visual concept.

Brandia

Absolutely brilliant. Reaches perfection at informative and spectacular visual concept.

shafeek

awesome

shafeek

awesome

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I´m very glad to see something like that, brilliant!!

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