Here we go, folks. Greg Barth did it again.
Essays On Reality, Chapter 2 represents “a caricature of hardcore pornography, a visual interpretation of our relationship with social technology, and a critique on the collapse of the European Union”.
I was just made aware of the newly refreshed DIA site. Some seriously beautiful work, well worth your time to take a look. My current favorite is the minimal, retro-flavored but forward-looking identity for Fin Collective. Their 2012 reel and “Works in progress” videos are rad too!
I don’t know much about this other than it looks like a series of updates on a sick looking 8bit action/adventure graffiti game called LEPOS. Looks like fun. Can’t wait to play it.
Its always great to see the artistic process. The idea. Inspiration. Research. Maxime Bruneel, director and talented motion designer shows us the making of his music video for Mr. Overtime’s song Punks Jump Up. Watch the original video HERE.
The Marmalade (part of Schönheitsfarm) is setting new worldwide standards with its tabletop photography and high-speed motion control settings. This is a little break down of the amazing work being produced there. As the description says, this is how they roll!
Shane Griffin aka MoGrif, formerly of UK’s finest ManvsMachine, has taken on the role ‘Head of Design’ at Dublin Creative Studio Piranha Bar where the design team are ready and waiting to get their sharp little teeth into some International Broadcast and Commercial Projects. Enjoy…
New generative animation interpreting human movement of Olympic athletes exploring relationships between body and its trajectories defined through time and space.
From London based Quayola who teamed up with visual artist, musician and engineer Memo Atken, through Nexus Interactive Arts, creating ‘Forms’, a multiscreen digital artwork commissioned by the National Media Museum for the exhibition In the Blink of an Eye: Media and Movement, which is part of the Cultural Olympiad programme. This generative animation and interactive installation will display at the Museum from 9 March – 2 September. [Note: Entry to the National Media Museum in London is free]
Personal behind the scenes from Onur Senturk for the Feature Film Titles produced at Blur Studio.
In July 2011 Blur studios invited Onur Senturk to design opening titles for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Onur started illustrating Tim Miller written, David Fincher approved vignettes. Later on moved to typography, opening logo reveal. Collaborative process took almost three months to complete. Enjoy…
Sony approached Grey London with the task of showcasing Sony product’s 3D capabilities. The brief called for something beyond mere visual spectacle, something that would evoke profound emotion through projection of a storyline. Directed by Arev Manoukian, with production by Spy Films and post production by Digital Domain, Two Worlds brings forth romance with narration of a Leonard Cohen poem.
Its been a busy first year for Material Group and we’ve finally got around to updating our site – www.thematerialgroup.com. There’s new work, including case study videos for featured projects. Check out photos of our space in our “about” page and follow our blog “Raw Material“. 2011 Show reel is coming soon.
Chad Ashley directs this Cartoon Network piece which is an opening sequence for their Cinemedia pre-movie content. (That’s the stuff before the trailers before the movie.)
Director/Creative Lead/TD – Chad Ashley
Editor – Mike Alfini
3D – Todd Kumpf, Chris Green, and Joe Gunn
Lead Compositor – Jeremy Stuart
Cube Content Animation – Nate Costa
Additional Comping & Roto – Peter Kallstrom
Producer – Colin Davis