We were sent in a very pleasing little music video for a Turin Brakes tune by Munk Studio recently. With heavy use of a sort of Van Gough paint technique and a lot of disintegrating particles it’s a perfect canvas for this poignant song called “Save You” Continue reading “Munk – Turin Brakes “Save you” Music Video” »
Who dosn’t like a banana? (we’ll my brother can’t stand them, but apart from him…) There is something culturally and comedically resonant about this humble tropical fruit. Elias Freiberger, X&XYZ and Future Deluxe have clubbed together to explore the banana in depth…
They have even given this self initiated project it’s own website www.bananas.life where they have put up the video and a whole selection of shareable GIFs. You can literally go bananas with this (sorry, couldn’t resist at least one…) Continue reading “Future Deluxe – Freiberger & X&XYZ – “Bananas” film” »
What a night! I was lucky enough to get a ticket for Sauce – a set of talks set up by Animade featuring six vibrant and talented studios and collectives. I spoke to Tom Judd and James Chambers the co founders of Animade about what inspired them to put on a set of talks with what could be seen as their competitors… Tom explained Continue reading “Sauce – Curated By Animade – Talks About Animation & Digital” »
Projection mapping has been around for quite a while now – we’ve all seen the outdoor shows where a building appears to fall apart and then re-assemble. Found Studio have brought it to a new level with their ‘Digital Transformations’ film for Fujitsu. In this film what you see looks like many layers of post produced CGI – whereas, in fact everything was shot in-camera, with no post at all – using a cool new technique called Holo-gauze developed by Stuart Warren Hill of Hextatic fame. It must have taken a lot of planning, but the end result is fantastic, I think. Continue reading “Found Studio – Digital Transformations Film For Fujitsu” »
See No Evil has a trio of powerful ladies for this month’s meet up.
Firstly the hugely inspiring Emma Sexton – she not only runs Make Your Words Work, which is a network of over 50 consultants and freelancers, but also a business leader and spokesperson for gender equality in the creative industries. Continue reading “See No Evil June 2016 – Women in Creative Industries” »