From Animography, Franchise Animated is an animated typeface by 1 type designer and 110 animators. For this specific animated typeface we have rounded up 110 talented animators from all over the world. We asked every animator to pick a glyph and animate it using no more than 4 colors, 25 frames and a 500 x 600 px canvas in Adobe After Effects. The animators had complete freedom to work their magic within those 25 frames. The result is a wide variety of styles and techniques. The color palette and letterforms tie it all together.
The mighty Joseph Kosinski invited Munkowitz to the GFX party once again, this time for his spring blockbuster feature film OBLIVION … Predictably, the list of graphic assets to be created was obscene, so munko assembled and led another super team of GFX mercenaries and descended into the lovely confines of Crater Lake Productions to generate the aforementioned fuckload of graphic content…
I just launched this title sequence for an imaginary film with my favorite cast and crew working in film right now.
A story about a veteran Los Angeles architect going insane, slowly disconnecting from the world around him.
A love letter to architecture, Eames and 70′s era films.
Original score by Jesse Solomon Clark
Sick and twisted new reel by Chicago based designer Aaron Becker. His latest work includes movie titles for Sinister, Hostel 3 as well as animated intros for production studios like Lime Orchard and Blumhouse. Amazing work and great editing to a slick track. Definitely worth checking out. www.aaronbecker.tv/reel/.
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”.