Continuum - Main Titles | Lorcan O’Shanahan by Lorcan O’Shanahan
Continuum - Main Titles | Lorcan O’Shanahan by Lorcan O’Shanahan
Kyle Predki - Motion Reel by Kyle Predki
Music - Pilot Priest If you’d like a breakdown, feel free to send me a message.
[BRDG019] HiDM2_9 by BRDG
Music : umio Video : Yasuyuki Yoshida Performer : yaming Camera : Yusaku Aoki Produced by BRDG http://on.fb.me/1vCRoxU
Onur Senturk Director Reel by Onur Senturk
A short montage of my directing work. Music and Sound Design by Box Of Toys Audio http://bit.ly/1BuhOGd
MTV Crashes Plymouth by DBLG
We were commissioned by MTV to create a bespoke branded TV spot for their spectacular series of live music events MTV Crashes.
Men’s Health // How a Bean Becomes a Fart by Giant Ant
Well, we’ve always wondered how this happens. And now we know, thanks to Men’s Health Magazine asking us to bring Rami’s amazing infographic to life. Open a can of beans and follow along. Client: Men’s Health Magazine Creative Director: Thomas O’Quinn Illustrator: Rami Niemi Directed by Giant Ant Producer: Cory Philpott Creative Direction: Jay Grandin Animation: Jorge R. Canedo Estrada, Lucas Brooking, Matt James
OMOTE / REAL-TIME FACE TRACKING & PROJECTION MAPPING. by something wonderful
PROJECT MEMBERS NOBUMICHI ASAI (PLANNER / PRODUCER / TECHNICAL PRODUCER - P.I.C.S.) HIROTO KUWAHARA (ART DIRECTOR & MAKEUP) PAUL LACROIX (TECHNICAL DIRECTOR / PROGRAMMER - TRANSIT DIGITAL WORKS) JIN HASEGAWA (CG DESIGNER - SPADE) TAKASHI ISHIBASHI (CG DESIGNER - SPADE) AYAKA MOTOYOSHI (PRODUCTION MANAGER - P.I.C.S.) SPECIAL THANKS AYA KUMAKURA (PRODUCTION MANAGER) YOSHIHIRO UENO (PRODUCTION MANAGER - P.I.C.S.) KOJI KOJIMA(PRODUCER) KAZUHIRO NAKAMURA (COLORIST - McRAY) KENJI NAKAZONO (PHOTOGRAPHER - CREATIVE STUDIO WORKS) KIMIHIRO MORIKAWA (PHOTOGRAPHER - SHOOTING & LIGHTING) JIN HASEGAWA(SPADE) RHEA TOR’S INC. DAN (STYLIST) K.FURUMOTO (HAIR - &´S MANAGEMENT) YUKA SEKIMIZU (MODEL - SATORU JAPAN) HIDEAKI TAKAHASHI(MUSIC - mjuc) CONTACT NOBUMICHIASAI.COM
Tim Constantinov // Motion-Graphics Showreel 2013 by Tim Constantinov
Hey, I’ve done and introduce my new showreel! Here the awesome music by MatthewFisher: http://bit.ly/Vx8wIi WORKS: LeraShow // http://bit.ly/1oH48nd NecroVlog // http://bit.ly/Vx8zE3 Detocracy // http://bit.ly/1oH4av4 and other unposted yet works… I hope you will like this compilation. Tim Constantinov www.timhere.com
AKTO / Art & Science TVC by monologue
We’ve been admirers of Charis Tsevis’ work for as long as we’ve been friends, back when all of us at Monologue were still taking our baby design steps at AKTO, the leading art & design institute of Greece. We’ve always flirted with the idea of animating Charis’ famous mosaics, just for the sheer challenge of it, so when we got a call from him, asking for help with the institute’s 2012 TVC, we just couldn’t resist. Not only were we given the chance to work with one of the most successful designers both locally and internationally, which we consider an honor, but we would also be creating the commercial for the school where we learned some really cool things, and where we made some really good friends, which is just awesome! The spot was almost entirely made by AKTO staff, students and graduates and it features one of four posters illustrated by Tsevis for the campaign. Motion Design: Monologue Art Direction / Illustration: Charis Tsevis (www.tsevis.com) Concept / Production: Giorgos Botsos Photography: Stefanos Samios (www.greyimages.gr) Coordination: Zoe Athanasopoulou Music / Sound Design: Oxyzed
Toyota Aygo Connected Song by monologue
Tribal DDB Athens’ digital masterminds came up with a social experiment to promote Toyota’s Aygo model in Greece. Through an integrated sound recorder on Toyota Hellas’ Facebook page, people recorded words that would later be used by Greek composer Nikko Patrelakis to create a song (a staggering 4 hours of recorded material). After the song was composed, we joined the team and created a video-clip to go with it, that naturally included the words and avatars of the people that submitted them. Inspired by the randomness that inevitably happens when - literally - a thousand people get together to write a song, we decided to go for a similar approach and go crazy with slicing the image apart, mixing typography elements together, and generally creating a video-clip that shares the same bits & pieces nature of the song itself. Aygo Connected Song on Facebook http://bit.ly/XIiyYU Agency: TribalDDB Music: Nikko Patrelakis Video-Clip Production: Monologue, Chris Dolgeras
Love Spring by Vincent
A campaign to celebrate the blossoming of spring on BBC One. This is a progression of the on going Love 2013 brand.
PennyDreadful “Emergence (Opening Titles)” by $$ FORRESTHOGG $$
EMERGENCE was the original title sequence for the Victorian psycho-sexual horror series PENNY DREADFUL. The piece was cut due to the decision by the network at the last minute to not market the show as an edgy modern take on classical horror, but as a strictly dramatic series. The concept for “Emergence” was developed by myself along with my team at Showtime and derives from a quote in the show that succinctly sums up its central narrative: “Do you believe there is a demimonde? A half world between what we know and what we fear…a place in the shadows rarely seen but deeply felt…where some unfortunate souls are cursed to live always.” “Penny Dreadful” weaves together several classical titles–Shelley’s “Frankenstein”, Stoker’s “Dracula”, and Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray”–into a ensemble drama about tortured characters with striking dualities working together to achieve a common goal. The titles depict the show’s Victorian archetypes as figures frozen in time, set adrift in the dark limbo environment of their psyche where they are tortured from within. They are losing the battle against their inner demons, which are manifested as black insects and snakes made of obsidian stone, breaking out of the beautifully formed prison bodies of our protagonists. The poses in the piece reference the naturalism of Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite art that was contemporaneous to the time period of the show. The scenes are then imbued with allegorical themes from neo-classical art. Echoes of Bernini, Carpeaux, and Michelangelo can be felt, as well as Gericault’s “Raft of the Medusa” in the final composition which depicts the futile attempt of escape by those “unfortunate souls” from their fate. – - – Directed by: Lauren Indovina, PSYOP Creative Director / Written by / Type design: Jason Forrest Hogg FX: PSYOP Typeface: Calluna, Exljbris Font Foundry