The word “melodramatic” is hardly adequate to describe these titles, yet the word “awesome” is barely sufficient.
An impressive CG dystopia where droids drown in conformity and systemic oppression, is suddenly liberated by the insurgent logo of the Sc-Fi-London Film Festival.
What can only be considered an “anti-beauty” sequence actually works incredibly well in the hands of Denial Of Service. A tremendous achievement!
You can always count on OFFF to inspire some weirdly cool titles. The dancing glow-ball people are seriously odd but totally mesmerizing.
I love how the artist pushed the boundaries of typography here. This is what it looks like to go “all in” and succeed.
Often, I find myself marveling at the artists and studios who can create compelling titles for creativity conferences. Tough crowd! This piece for Pixel Vienna X is odd, inventive, and a great hook for grabbing potential attendees’ interest.
The annual character design festival tries to stays on the cutting edge of the animation curve by showcasing the latest trends. Here, the minor addition of eyes and some clever camera work creates a personality out of the unlikeliest lump of rock.
The Mill brought the “Offset” logo to life with six outrageous characters either driving or riding something. The style is truly unique, boasting a very crude stop motion-like texture. It seems like they put just as much thought into the design and animation of the typography as they did the characters, which makes this main title sequence truly top notch.
The “Playgrounds Festival 2015” title sequence is now a full compilation, with work from The Ambassadors, Calango, Renascent, Fons Schiedon, Oddone, Woodwork, Onesize and more! Each contribution is wildly different from one another, yet so high end and creative that it flows great in a sequence.
If you’re a gamer, you need to check out this promo for The Game Awards coming in December. Go on a journey through animated computer parts and glitchy digital interfaces that lead up to the final logo lockup. I love the different hue shifts as we travel through different sections of the computer, which really benefits the end resolve and gives it an awesome retro feel.