The music video for Beck's latest single, "Wow," is a psychedelic mashup of digital and analogue collage techniques that artfully echoes the song's eclectic soundscape.
“Little Things”, a beautiful, surreal gift from parent to child
Inspired by the song "Little Things" sung by Sesame Street's Prairie Dawn, this CG short film of the same name is an elegant, surreal gift… Read more
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
Exclusive interview: Plenty takes on Alice in Wonderland for Good Books
Argentinian studio Plenty shares the hybrid 2D/3D process behind their ambitious project for Good Books.
“Seed,” a surreal trip powered by photoscanned objects
Munich-based Aixsponza (“eks-sponza”) broke out their entire arsenal of CG weaponry for “Seed,” a surreal journey featuring everything from photoreal retro electronics to spooky, 3D-scanned humans… Read more
Dvein: “River Island x Jean-Pierre Braganza”
After what feels like an incredibly long hiatus, the magicians at Dvein are back. “River Island x Jean-Pierre Braganza” is a provocative short featuring creepy cybernetic birds gliding… Read more
Robert Rugan releases “Danny and The Wild Bunch”
“Danny and The Wild Bunch,” is Rob Rugan’s captivating and award winning new short. It’s a surreal and twisted tale about a children’s book author… Read more
James Levy portfolio update
Working for shops including Gentleman Scholar and Mirada, designer James Levy has turned out some stunning style frames featuring lush, organic textures and dark dreamscapes.
“Interesting Ball” is, in fact, very interesting [NFSW]
Warning: Not safe for work (by most people’s standards) Directing duo Daniels have long been one our favorites here at Motionographer. Their latest short film,… Read more
New work from Sehsucht
Sehsucht has released several projects ahead of their presentation at the Playgrounds Festival on Friday, October 31st. My favorite from the new crop of work… Read more