I love how the artist pushed the boundaries of typography here. This is what it looks like to go “all in” and succeed.
UFO brings a pretty unique view to MTV’s “The Ride” promo. Using mainly a first person point of view and a low poly animation style, we cruise through a handful of different environments in all of fifteen seconds.
A blanched color palette, a few sparse textures, and some simple geometry would seem like a uninspiring toolbox, but Pes defies such rebukes with this fine rebrand.
We are seeing many reels popping up lately for the end of the year, and some are very specific like this “dragons and environment” reel from CGF. If you are into designing extremely high end environments or mythical creatures in 3D, then this reel is right up your alley.
There’s something about the almost “sliding tile“ puzzle look of this Ident that makes it calming to watch. Maybe it’s just me (most likely) but as each piece fits into its rightful place, I feel order has been restored to this meticulous and quirky little world.
Check out Sequence’s new reel, just in time to wrap up the year. It seems like they have been super busy working on a wide range of projects, more motion graphics to live action. If you are looking for some quick inspiration in a lot of different areas, then be sure to check out this one!
While the atmospheric effects are stunning, the spot has a great core concept about how humans have struggled to understand nature throughout our history. From shamans to spacecraft, from prayers to precise instruments, we understand more now than ever, yet Audi says it doesn’t matter because Quattro can handle whatever mother nature throws its way anyway.
Talk about getting someone excited for a game release! This made me way more excited to play the game than when I was actually playing the game. Of course the production value is through the roof, but the calm narrative told through extreme chaos brought a very unique perspective. I’m a huge fan of panning from room to room, either vertically or horizontally, to reveal a natural change in perspective.
The hugely successful film, one of China’s highest grossing movies of all time, has an engaging story supported by top shelf effects. The sweet spot!
Imaginary Forces had the opportunity to create the main titles for Marvel’s new series on Netflix, “Jessica Jones.” The entire open is incredibly stylized and gritty, allowing viewers to get a glimpse into this world, leaving the rest up to imagination. It seems like they captured their own live action paint plates, that they then used to composite over the photography. Though I have seen this technique used over and over again, myself included, they pulled it off in a way that feels different and seems like a perfect fit for the NYC based series.