This month at See No Evil they have the immensely talented Analog Studio. They are a creative visual effects studio based in London producing commercials, music videos, short films and web content. I’ve put a small example of their work above – their recent exploding room for Citizen watches. They produce original content and work together with directors and animators on unique ideas for film and television – and have been featured here a few times on dotmogo. (UKTV Watch idents, CBS Chellozone rebrand and Discovery SCi , to name a few…)
Between them, they have been awarded a VES, Bafta, RTS, Promax BDA Gold and had work nominated for an Emmy, RTS, D&AD - so they definitely know what they’re talking about!
As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of their 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!
June 4th | Doors Open 7.00pm | Talk Starts 7.30pm |Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
have I got a balloon in my pocket or are you pleased to see me?
What better way to process all that Easter chocolate than to marvel at some top class creativity? See No Evil, everybody’s favourite East London get together for the motion graphics and animation fraternity is having an April fourth birthday get together at Cafe 1001 on Tuesday 2nd April. Continue reading “See No Evil meet up with Richard Hogg & Mikey Please” »
Last opportunity of the year to get together with like minded motion graphic and animation bods and have some fun. James & Thiago have moved to an improved venue - Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL with the undeniably talented London based animation studio Animade and international studio Nomint.
It’s worth checking out animade’s blog as they have currently no less than 904 animations on – phew!
As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of our friends at Stash Magazine Continue reading “See No Evil Christmas Special” »
This time round James & Thiago have lined up the extremely talented Double G Studios to give a little talk. I had a chat with Grant Gilbert of Double G fame today and he said he was going to be lifting the lid on how they make their productions – both the shoots and the motion graphics. Specifically he will be talking about the highly applauded T4 Robots, the Tate and possibly More 4 jobs, if there is time.
He is also aware of the England game on the telly that night – but is hoping that, as he is speaking before the start of the game you will come and support them. Anyway, visual design folks arn’t interested in football are they…? Continue reading “See No Evil with Double G Studios” »