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dotmogo best animation VFX & Motion graphics of 2011 results

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Well we’ve finally compiled all the votes sent in to us by various key figures in UK motion graphics, animation and VFX as well as the dotmogo team and fans of the site. You can see the original post with all the candidates for the categories here

Interestingly some categories were very closely contested and some were complete landslides – It was mainly compiled from the best of what we have had on the site over the year – we are always happy if people want to send in submissions – especially if they were originated in the UK or Europe…

anyway here are all the well deserved winners:

TV branding category: Double G Studios with their T4 Robots

Commercial graphics: Saam Farahmand’s “Machine” for Soulwax

Best TV promo: Red Bee & Elie Zaccour – Art Revealed for the BBC

Best Outdoor Event Graphics: The Darkroom’s Goodwood projections

Best VFX: The Mill’s work on the latest Primeval series

Best Animation Short: Team Cerf’s Meet Buck

Best 2D animation: Sander Van Dijk’s Pausefest

Best experimental graphics: Stuart Sinclair’s Macro Lens Experiments

Thanks to everyone who participated in this poll – we thought it would be fun to let the motion graphics/animation/VFX pros decide who they like best – if you don’t agree, then maybe post a comment…

As I know you are always up for some eye candy and because I included all the videos from the winners in the previous posts – I thought I wouldinclude this amazing outdoor graphics show from Amsterdam’s Mr.Beam:

Made for the 10th anniversary of the Photography Museum in Amsterdam (Foam). The main concept behind the show was initially inspired by the work of the four guest curators (Jefferson Hack, Lauren Cornell, Erik Kessels, Alison Nordstrom) lead by the questioning title: “What’s Next For Photography?”

Credits: Projections – Mr.Beam, Audio Composition – Arjen Jongeneel, Tech: BeamSystems

Author: Tim Rabjohns

Music Director at Lemez and Fridel and blogger at dotmogo

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