So great: Unofficial title sequence for The Adventures of Tintin, featuring elements from each of the 24 books.
New children’s e-book from Disney/Pixar animator is well-written, immersive, & brilliant.
Breathtaking … maybe the best projection mapping yet.
Words… Well, the irony is that when we decided to attempt this project it didnt really occur to us that the Gettysburg Address is one of the great speeches of all-time. It’s words… carefully chosen words that work really well on their own. The speech doesnt really need pictures. But once we started brainstorming we were determined come up with imagery that would compliment the words. We wanted to use simple and subtle metaphors that would give the speech context and create evocative compositions without trying to add meaning. Hopefully we’ve done the writing some justice.
The actual production process was pretty fluid, as these personal pieces tend to be. The assets are a mixture of photographs, hand painted elements, and digital illustrations. All of the animation was done in After Effects.
Beautiful way to sell a City Guide.