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” »
Chris Angelkov from Atyp sent in some interesting pieces last week. The first was an intriguing “holographic” in shop display system for Nike. (above) and the second was an unusual film for the Release of Si Begg’s Permission To Explode album (below) Continue reading “Atyp – Nike Digiwall & Permission To Explode LP” »
It seems that it’s “own-project” time here at dotmogo – this is the third self-initiated project in a row that’s been sent in! There’s probably a whole other blog idea out there for this sort of thing…. this time round it’s the wonderfully quirky Gizmosis from Art & Graft. Continue reading “Art & Graft – Gizmosis Short” »
Jon Yeo has just released some glimpses into an amazing passion project he is working on called Leviathan Ages. After reading the info sheet about the project and knowing what I know of Jon, I think he can claim to be on the short list of “The Hardest Working Director” in the UK (note to self: remember to patent that idea as a reality show before someone else does…) Continue reading “Jon Yeo – Leviathan Ages Short” »
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” »