Jordi Pages – Sci Fi London 2013 Titles

May 24, 2013 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

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Following the stupendously good Playgrounds Fest 2012 titles, Jordi Pagès was invited to create the main titles for the Sci-fi Fest 2013 held at the BFI Imax in London.

The brief from the festival organisers was  “Sci-fi is born here”. Armed with that short simple sentence and references to several iconic films from the genre like Alien and  E.T and his love of submarine imagery, Jordi set to work. Continue reading “Jordi Pages – Sci Fi London 2013 Titles” »

Ekes Pages & MRK – Playground Festival Titles 3D animation

December 14, 2012 by Tim Rabjohns | 3 Comments

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Firstly – I just want to say – I love this! The textures, the mystery and the alien aquatic feel – add it to a decent script and you could easily be in Prometheus or Alien territory.   I had a chat with Jordi Pages – one of the director/animators behind this to find out what the hell it was about…

It turns out that the Playgrounds Audiovisual Arts Festival came to him to ask him to create the title sequence for their festival.  there was no particular brief – they just said “be creative” The only constraint was time.   Jordi called in some great collaborators – Gabor Ekes and Markos Kay  and they set off armed with some very subjective research into “playgrounds” and a Dropbox folder between them. Continue reading “Ekes Pages & MRK – Playground Festival Titles 3D animation” »

‘Ments’ Experimental Animation by Jordi Pages

August 13, 2012 by Reuben Armstrong | 2 Comments

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At Dotmogo, as well as showcasing top work from companies out there, we actively look for interesting self-initiated projects from the freelance community. Recently we came across this great piece by Jordi Pages called ‘Ments’. It reminded me of a previous piece we featured, entitled ‘Krak’ by Joan Masoliver, and funnily enough when we followed it up we find out that Jordi and Joan are flat-mates!

Jordi has been working as a 3D designer with Seeper for the past few years and explained that he wanted to try something that was free from the constraints of architectural mapping. He explains “I felt the urge to create something that didn’t have to work on a particular surface, the grading wasn’t conditioned by the projectors brightness, or even choosing the camera angle.” Continue reading “‘Ments’ Experimental Animation by Jordi Pages” »