If like us, you have a jonesing for data visualisation (it’s a real addiction, ok!) then motion graphics designer Al Boardman has just what you need with his Visual.ly collaboration piece For the Love of Mountains.
A trio of characters bask in the sublime tritone animation style of Vincenzo Lodigiani for their final Sunset as he continues his ever inventive ▵●● series of logo animations.
Created for TEDxTaipei, Keng-Ming Liu’s 2013 Flip is a beautifully elegant dance of colour and shapes. “Six geometric icons represent the six themes – breaking through, living together, learning beyond, taking off, passing on, and carrying on – of 2013 TEDxTAIPEI. Each theme are extended from the core idea, “Flip.””
I know it’s Sunday and you’re trying to pull things back from a big weekend of non-stop partying ready for the working week ahead, but I think Mirza Talovic and his pulsating Cinema 4D / After Effects Digitalorigami Visuals will get you up on your feet for one last blast on the dance floor. Up […]
Mike Brookes lays out the core brand values which guide his design work in an impressive flow of motion graphics in My Keynote Address.
When we invited Stefan Nadelman to join us on the podcast back in 2008 for a chat about his debut music video Evil Bee, I simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend the first third of our time together discussing his stunning ‘interview meets motion graphics’ documentary Terminal Bar. The 22 minute film has […]
If you’re busy kicking arse and taking names in your very own Marvel Studios “One Shot” short, then you’re gonna want to make sure there’s a stylish main-on-end title sequence covering your back. That’s exactly what Agent Carter got from the team over at Perception, who found the perfect balance of modern transitions and a […]
The fragility of our interconnected global network and the potential spread of a pandemic which will bring about the breakdown of order are terrifyingly played out in Antibody’s launch trailer for Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment’s multiplayer story world, Tom Clancy’s The Division
In his short animation Rafa Galeano confirms what we all know; music, coffee and cigarettes are the fuel that powers our Inspiration.
If like me you miss the informative days when Hungry Beast parsed the news, motion designer Duncan Elms lets us make like it’s 2011 by teaming up with Marc Fennell for an explanation of the digital currency that is Bitcoin.