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ATYP have worked with brands such as Nike, BBC, Playstation, MTV, E4 and Audi. Their work has been displayed at The Design Museum London, Selfridges Oxford Street, MTV Music Awards and the Burberry World Live Taipei show amongst others.
As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of friends at Stash Magazine.
So get down to SNE where you can meet some liked minded creative people, and have some fun in the process.
Remember the new venue: ATYP | February 5th |Doors Open 7.00pm | Talk Starts 7.30pm Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
Ok it’s taken a while to get this together and as there’s so much great work out there we have decided to split this post in to two.
In part one we will look at best 2D animation, 3D animation, title sequences, TV promo and experimental pieces. One thing we realised is that lots of the categories we chose overlap with each other – however it wouldn’t be practical to lump everything into one big blob of visual mayhem – so bear with us! The main thing is that we want to champion amazing work with UK involvement – I think we are world leaders in motion and design – so, lets show it off! Continue reading “Best of 2012 in motion graphics & animation part 1” »
July 11, 2012 by Reuben Durrant Armstrong | 0 comments
If you haven’t heard of them yet, where have you been? AntiVJ are a French collective of audiovisual artists based in Bristol, producing some truly stunning work. Omicron, is their latest piece is a 360º projection-mapping in a circular building in Wroclaw, Poland.
When opened in 1913, Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hall) was the largest reinforced concrete structure in the world. With a diameter of 65 metres (that’s seriously big) it was home to the largest dome built since the Pantheon in Rome eighteen centuries earlier. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006.
With such an interesting building to work on, drawing inspiration cannot have been the hard part. When erected in 1913, the dome would have been seen as a symbol of the future, built to last the test of time. Referencing classic sci-fi films such as Metropolis and Tron, Romain Tardy’s designs tackle the timeless, historical yet modern aesthetics of the architecture. Continue reading “AntiVJ – Omicron projection mapping” »
Imagine you are Van Halen and such is your guitar prowess that when you go to pee you hear the sound of cascading guitar solos – well now you can! You may remember what fun we had with Toylets - the urinal based video game from Sega, last year. Well, I recently found out about another urinal-based piece of fun dreamt up by AlmapBBDO for their client Billboard, whilst looking at the very reasonableCool de Estambul blog.
The Guitar Pee is a mix between men’s urinal and an electric guitar. As you empty your bladder you can trigger guitar notes and noises to play from this specially modified urinal. After you are done, each guitarist can listen and download his recent-released “mpee3” by accessing the Guitar Pee Gallery via mobile.
So far The Guitar Pee has toured several bars in São Paulo, registering over 1,500 unique guitar solos (and counting). I think we should start lobbying to get these things installed in the UK. On the strength of Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, and Dave Gilmour - what could go wrong…? the only problem I have is that we need to think of some way for the girls to make music whilst in the ladies room – answers below, please…
Client: Billboard, Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, ECD: Marcello Serpa, Luiz Sanches, Creative Director: André Kassu, Marcos Medeiros, Art Directors: Guiga Giacomo, Copywriter: Ricardo Wolff, Technology: Cricket Design, Director of Technology: Fernando Boniotti, Sound: Mugshot, Mockup: Frank Morais