As regular readers may have noticed once, twice or thrice before, I’m a real sucker for Vincenzo Lodigiani’s short blasts of motion graphic goodness. It’s been a little while since I last sang their praises, so here’s his latest batch of eye candy for your (OK my) viewing pleasure:
When creativity isn’t restricted by the past, we empower the next generation of filmmakers. Director Erica Gorochow and VHX send out a rallying cry for new models of distribution in the PSA The State of Distribution. And in case you’re thinking that VHX are just about making the pretty without the substance, here’s a presentation […]
Back in March we saw what Kevin McDowell did with Carl Sagan’s words about this mote of dust we all inhabit. Now East London digital production studio ORDER step up to give us their motion graphics take on the Pale Blue Dot.
In his tribute to Gil Scott-Heron, Steffen K uses abstract graphics to animate the early hours restlessness of track Where Did The Night Go.
Daniel Kanemoto, creator of the stunning unofficial opening title sequence for Robert Kirkman’s zombie comic The Walking Dead, now turns his hands to another DN favourite, with his animated tribute to Sam Raimi’s legendary Evil Dead trilogy. Follow the evil that roams through the dark bowers of man’s domain in this balls-to-the-wall animated tribute to the sights, sounds and unforgettable characters […]
Yo-yos, their function is primarily to travel down and then back up a string spinning as they go, or for the more ambitious practitioner perhaps a loop da loop here, a walk the dog there by way of a rock the cradle, but as is their nature, the yo-yo always remains in motion. Douglas Khozam […]
Matthew Brushett brings the offbeat words of author Chuck Klosterman to life in Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs and IV A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas, a graphic design project completed for Brushett’s final year at Canada’s OCAD University.
Ariel Costa takes us on a graphical journey from A-Z in his animation experiment, Alphabetic.
Once upon a time, a tiny story with great soul. London based design outfit Sebas & Clim marry simple geometric shapes with graceful motion to tell this Tiny Story. And for those of us seeking that extra bit of motivation this week, may I prescribe an additional dose of Make it Better.
Recent events aside, Ira Glass is widely recognised as one of the greatest broadcasters/storytellers/documentarians of our time and his Ira Glass on Storytelling interview for current.tv contains a wealth of useful advice. David Shiyang Liu took Glass’ words encouraging perseverance in the face of work that falls short of your own person barometer, and combined […]