History Is What We Do Now | Project Breakdown
M2 Film breakdown their piece for Hummel, an action-packed reveal of their new kit for the Danish women’s national soccer team.
Song Exploder: Wait For It | Technical Breakdown
Masayoshi Nakamura, A.K.A. Good General, talks us through his animated lyric video.
Technical Breakdown: Rings of Power and Building a World from Sound
How Plains of Yonder and Nexus Studios teamed up to make the Rings of Power’s main title sequence.
A Trip to Infinity | The Making of a Netflix Documentary
Directors Jonathan Halperin and Drew Takahashi share their stories and how Motion Design played a pivotal role in a larger-than-life documentary.
Between Lines | Project Breakdown
We take a deeper look at the animated short, Between Lines, from the ideas that didn't make it to the processes behind the scenes.
The Transatlantic Slave Trade | Project Breakdown
For Black History Month, Creative Director and Founder of Reunion, Chris Carboni, breaks down their 2022 Motion Awards winner. The Transatlantic Slave Trade is part… Read more
Undeniable: The Stories of the Negro Leagues | Project Breakdown
For Black History Month, we asked Carl Jones and Justin Polk to break down their incredible series of films for Major League Baseball.
Carefully Crafting a Parody of the Most Iconic Ad Ever!
Matt Guastaferro discusses his parody of the classic Apple super bowl ad "1984". Part of the Motionographer Technical Breakdown series.
Project Breakdown with Scholar
Schloar break down their trailer for the Xbox game ARA. They discuss their cinematic approach, their techniques and where they go for inspiration.
Project Breakdown with Creative Mammals
Creative Mammals break down their innovative and attention-grabbing conceptual promo for The Walking Dead.
Project Breakdown with Perception
Perception's Doug Appleton (Chief Creative Director) & Seiji Anderson (Art Director) breakdown their title sequence for Moon Knight.
Project Breakdown with Imaginary Forces
Imaginary Forces break down their work on the Title Sequence for true-crime story: Candy.
Project Breakdown with Studio AKA
Steven Small is back breaking down the title sequence for the second series of Raised by Wolves.
Technical Breakdown: Stranger Things Have Happened
Netflix commissioned six artists to reinterpret iconic scenes from their smash hit Stranger Things. Motion Designer Pedro Allevato (AKA Sugar Blood) shares his experience.
Project Breakdown with Arisu Kashiwagi
Inspired by Mosley’s idea of memories as noisy secrets locked behind a door, we wanted to represent fragments of Ptolemy’s memories as unfinished sketches.
Project Breakdown with David Heatley
Life Our Own Way is the first video and title track from the full-length solo debut from David Heatley. It took Heatley four months to… Read more
Technical Breakdown: Creating a promo for “Narcos”
At the end of 2021, one of the most prominent banners in Times Square played a promotional video in honor of the release of the… Read more
Technical Breakdown: Lil Wayne ft. Drake – She Will – A Music Video
The Carter IV came out ten years ago, but for whatever reason, there were no videos for any of the songs. So as well as… Read more
Technical Breakdown – Our Future Los Angeles
Zach Christy breaks down his popular Motionographer Quickie: Our Future Los Angeles.
Technical Breakdown: Seeing Without Sight
John Likens, from Method Studios, on pitching and creating the opening sequence for SEE Season Two. Recent winner of a Motion Award for best tv/streaming… Read more
Project Breakdown with Guto Terni & Vinicius Costa
“Unbreakable” is a visual metaphor of the nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) experience. Based on actual NTM patient experiences, the film opens on Barbara the Bunny, a… Read more
Project Breakdown with Bonnes Feuilles
1984 is particularly accurate nowadays; the description of a society based on generalized surveillance and collective hatred is particularly resonant today. It’s part of an… Read more
Project Breakdown with Ollie Magee
I’m never sure whether to explain the film to people. Or even if I’ve figured it out. I’d always encourage someone watching to find their… Read more