I was recently invited to the combined 5 year/new studio party by Future Deluxe in Shoreditch, so I thought we should have a catch up at what they’ve been up to recently. I’m afraid I can’t disappoint you by saying that they didn’t have lots of exposed brick in an ex-industrial building (as is Shoreditch standard) – but it is a very nice work space they have crafted for themselves. Continue reading “Future Deluxe – Mothership & Adidas Y3 Film” »
As it’s that special time of the year See No Evil is presenting you with not one but two guest speakers – live action and animation director Noah Harris and illustrator and animator Clayton Junior. We have already featured Noah’s weird and wonderful music video for Julio Bashmore in a previous post and have put his Bond-like Asus commercial above…. As for Clayton junior he has a great, slightly naive style with bags of character – here’s a slightly festive Christmas animated card he did for the Verve Music Group, Featuring the song “Sleigh Ride” performed by Ella Fitzgerald. Continue reading “See No Evil Xmas Animation & Mograph Meet Up” »
Bristol-based studio Burrell Durrant Hifle have animated seven poems for a feature length documentary film called War of Words – Soldier-Poets of the Somme, about writers such as J.R.R Tolkien, Siegfried Sassoon and Robert Graves who fought and wrote from the same battlefield.
We caught up with BDH‘s Creative Director John Durrant to talk about the project in more detail. Continue reading “Burrell Durrant Hifle – The Somme in Seven Poems” »
dotmogo was very pleased to be invited by the organisers of Promax UK to provide some blogging support for this year’s UK conference. As with the PROMAX Europe conference earlier in the year – it’s pretty much impossible to cover all the sessions – however I will attempt to give you a flavour of what it was like to be there. Continue reading “PROMAX UK 2014 Conference – Part1” »
Whilst the TV industry waits, with baited breath, for the PROMAX 2014 winners to be announced, I thought I would write about a fascinating project that was sent in by Compost. It can’t have escaped your notice that it was the centenary of the start of the First World War this year (although I’m never quite sure what there is to celebrate about this)…and there have been a whole lot of programs about it. Continue reading “Compost – The People’s Story VFX” »