The art of getting weird with Sophie Koko Gate
In this mini-interview we dive into the wonderful work of Sophie Koko Gate to find out a bit about her as well as the inspiration… Read more
Blink my Brain continues to impress by merging old guard and new school
Thankfully for Green Day, and for us, Blink my Brain is doing their part to make the band look cooler than they have since 1994.
Interview: Man vs Machine’s Simon Holmedal
As a Designer/ Technical Director at Man vs Machine, Simon Holmedal is well known for his stunningly executed work for clients such as Nike, Toyota… Read more
30 Seconds of Sound
Musician and sound designer Simon Pyke (Freefarm) recently released round two of 30 Seconds of Sound Visualised.
My Darling’s Shadow
Every frame of Conor Whelan's latest short, "My Darling’s Shadow," is a beautiful study of composition, color and reduction of form. I watched the film… Read more
Down The Rabbit Hole
"Down the Rabbit Hole" is a psychedelic odyssey that blends 2D and 3D techniques in a series of delightfully surprising moments.
Experiements in procedural textile design, geist.xyz
Berlin-based Zeitgeised has long been admired for their artful approach to CG. They clearly know their way around a render engine, but they also bring… Read more
Drew Tyndell – California Inspires Me
Drew Tyndell takes his amazing animated patterns to a whole new level in his new film for California Inspires Me!
Illuminate by Nicolas Ménard
Nicolas Ménard brings us Illuminate, a music video for Tourist featuring Years and Years and his first piece under Nexus Productions. Following his recent Young Guns 12… Read more
Assorted Loops by Drew Tyndell
Drew Tyndell took Vimeo by storm yesterday when he uploaded a set of loops that would surely make Oskar Fischinger proud!
The Man Who Sold the Sun
Kieran Mithani’s “The Man Who Sold the Sun” is a visual expression of a poem he wrote by the same name. Title design work by… Read more
weareseventeen: BT On-Air Identity
weareseventeen brings back their blend of abstraction and graphic design for BT’s elegant on-air identity package.
Takashi Ohashi: Kou Kou
Takashi Ohashi presents us the brilliant piece: KouKou. A series of abstract images synchronized to Japanese vocal sounds. Check out his other works here.