1. Graphika Manila 2014
The Acid House took inspiration from Pinoy ethnic culture to create this indigenous-sci-fi concept for Graphika Manila, with visual effects from The Mill. The Acid House
Students at the of Savannah College of Art and Design collaborated on this energetic opener, in celebration of their Motion Media Design department.
Desaturated, abstract, cerebral, and a nice use of letters as props.
Desaturated imagery is punctuated with glowing elements to highlight life in an otherwise abandoned space. Eerie and captivating, this piece is not of this world.
Flickers, twitches, and flutters drive this sequence forward, while splashes of color become eye candy against the black and white palette.
The pencil drawings for CutOutFest 2013 were brought to life in Adobe Illustrator before being sent to After Effects for the final composition.