Dan Savage and the importance of community building
We are thrilled to bring you this month's guest post by none other than New York's very own, Dan Savage. Dan is an incredibly talented… Read more
SPECTRUM: Tynesha Foreman
For our inaugural issue of Spectrum, we talked to Tynesha Foreman about being a black female animator and defining your own version of success.
Introducing Step by Step
Step by Step is a new monthly series with an emphasis on exploring a different artist's process each month and gaining an inside look into… Read more
Making mixed reality: Behind the scenes of the “Viacom: Past, Present & Future” installation
"History of Viacom" is a superb case study for creating effective mixed reality experiences. As users explore an interactive timeline of Viacom's history, they uncover… Read more
Audio + Visual: Invisible Snake Promos
For well over a decade, Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing, the couple behind the Portland, Oregon-based studio, have been making music and visuals in equal… Read more
Protecting your work and dealing with rip-offs, a chat with Katie Lane
Has your work been ripped off? As an individual or a studio, what can you do to protect your original works? To what extent does… Read more
Seasons of a creative: Joel Pilger on navigating our changing industry
In the motion design industry, competition is fierce, the landscape is vast and carving out a strategy for success can be an intimidating challenge. We… Read more
Nicolas Ménard takes on 18 films for Facebook Groups
A smart use of color, clearly defined hierarchy and expertly conceived characters all come together to make each of these bite-sized films a real treat… Read more
Eve Weinberg on learning to code and bringing motion design to the browser
In this month's guest post, the talented and versatile Eve Weinberg discusses her love for motion design as well as her shifting perspective on the… Read more
Ash Thorp shares process behind “NONE,” his latest personal project
Ash Thorp talks process, work-life (im)balance and spending the currency of time in this interview about his new short film.
Oddfellows expands with a new office, website, team and body of work
Proving they do much more than tech videos, the San Francisco-based Oddfellows have expanded to Portland and established themselves as a new contender in the… Read more
In a great big world, dare to be little
In their new campaign for Tic Tac, Hue&Cry take you on an escapade that is equal parts fun, cute and outrageous.