The Dutch motion design and animation studio Soulbase created a powerful character-based 3D title sequence for the Amsterdam-edition of FITC - the worldwide design and technology event previously known as Flash In The Can. It took them little over two weeks to make it. Let us know what you think. Soulbase co-founder Floris Vos explains.
This is my final thesis project. I created info-graphic, motion piece. My objective is to make Japanese people to think about that everything happening here in Japan, isn’t that normal. So I created this video from foreigner’s point of view, rather than Japanese people’s point of view.
Both English and Japanese versions are available.
Btw, please don’t call me racist, cuz I am one of short, small eyes Japanese ;P
Dataproduction is a french visual label who try to develop and use visual installation during parties, festivals, etc. Producing, making, sampling, creating motion design, filming, editing, mixing… are our principal activities.
Award-winning Typo-Animation that gives you a clear impression of the enormous amount of visual stimuli that plague us every day. Due to the immense scale of the visual bombardment, the commercial effectiveness has become utterly dubious.
The animation work was made in Adobe After Effects. Each frame was then printed and the print was subsequently scanned back into the computer. The scanned frames were then assembled back into the original animation, now with a new rugged look, created by the visit in the physical analogue world. No effects added after scanning.
This video was made by Steffen Bygebjerg in 2009 for the song “End Scene”. The track is taken from Troels Abrahamsen’s album WHT also from 2009.
1923 is one of two new animation loops directed by Max Hattler, inspired by the work of French outsider artist Augustin Lesage. 1923 is based on Lesage’s painting ‘A symbolic Composition of the Spiritual World’ from 1923.