How would a traveller have felt in 2430 BC walking up to the construction site of the great pyramid of Khufu for the first time? Or what did sailors think when their ships sailed past Constantinople’s newly finished great dome of the Hagia Sophia in 1260? Continue reading “Kazoo – Anno 2205 E3 Trailer Graphics” »
Animade’s frankenSim is a great example of where interactivity and animation come together. They say “The theme of this web-toy is a grotesque, pink-hued dissection of the human body, with interconnecting pop-up windows containing organs to manipulate. Rolling eyeballs, blonde locks riddled with lice and a hairy nostril are among the malleable body bits in this virtual laboratory, with more absurd twists and surprises emerging as you continue to explore…” Continue reading “Animade – frankenSim Game” »
September 15, 2015
by Tim Rabjohns
More animation fun at See No Evil -this month its Studio AKA’s Grant Orchard. He has a truly idiosyncratic approach to characters and animation. Alongside creating a myriad of striking TV spots he has won two D&AD Awards for Interaction design and followed his first short film Welcome To Glaringly with the unique Park Football- which in turn led to the amazing Hey Duggee – which you can preview above. Continue reading “See No Evil October – with Grant Orchard (Studio AKA)” »
As time goes on we have decided to expand the remit of dotmogo to cover more audio innovation along with the visual innovators that we feature hear. As both audio and visual are bound to each other – we feel that this makes sense.
This is a fascinating project initiated by James Murphy formerly the front man of LCD Soundsystem, who has been working for years, to no avail, on what he calls the Subway Symphony. Continue reading “Heineken & James Murphy – Subway Symphony” »
“Things are easy when you’re big in Japan” – at least this was the opinion of 1980s popstrels Alphaville – and ever since it has become the aspiration of many a tech and graphics firm. Continue reading “Wired Japan – Creative Hack Award 2015” »