Onesize: FITC Amsterdam

Stunning main titles for FITC Amsterdam 2013 by Onesize. The design is by Bradley G Munkowitz (aka GMUNK), who also did the whole design package for the festival. More info on the project and collateral pieces here (and a process video below).

The main inspiration for the creative came from the DMT-Delicious moments in the super-favorite film Enter the Void… Munko has been on a tunnel infinite-void kick for some years now and wanted to build a practical, LED installation driven by graphic sequencing, utilizing the techniques learned from the FOTB Titles and applying them into a more densely packed setup called the PYRADICAL… Once the Pyrad was constructed, the aim was to capture the visuals with both high-resolution Film and Still cameras, which would generate a vast library of content to pull from to produce the artwork for the Conference Package.

Design & Concept: GMUNK
Production & Direction : ONESIZE
Type Font Design: Brian M Gosset
Music & Sound Design: MassiveMusic

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Daniel Coutinho


Daniel lives in Los Angeles, CA, with his wife. Originally from Brazil, he is currently a Designer/Animator at Buck.

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  • First comment!

    shit is dope. Cant funk with gmunk, BMG, and onesize.

  • oeuf

    Pretty dope technique. Good to see everything isn’t relegated to computers and there’s still “craft” left in this business.
    Props to the above listed and the often overlooked Music & Sound design people:)

  • danie

    I want to build something like this, where do I start?

    • Jonathan

      I guess you could do something similar pretty easy in trapcode Mir. I think there even is tutorial on the site “all bets are off”. Not quite sure how these guys did the tiling. I have already spent one night trying to recreate it without any success.

      • danie

        Thats the thing, would love to have it as a permanent light in my house :) Party thing – loving the patterns and awesome feeling it creates.

        • Jonathan

          Oh, sorry I misunderstood you. Try speaking to music event personel. They would know the right people to talk to about this. Like VJs and scene&Lighting people.

          • danie

            But, seeing that you triggered a led light in my… would be interesting to try and replicate this in digital equipment…. if I have success I will post it, currently just a bit busy. Sweet thanks for the tip.

      • We made tunnel pieces and spawned these in a ‘loop’ over a spline. Then we deformed the spline. So the camera is actually still and the tunnel pieces are moving.

  • Leonardo