Quartz brought us on to design motion graphics to dress up the space for The Next Billion event today in London.
Live feed and pictures here.
We created animations based on the logo-mark for projection in the event space at One Marylebone including loops that played in the arches in the main hall, and that frame the presentation screen.
It was a pleasure working with the top-notch creatives at Quartz.
We’ll have more pictures of the event and perhaps some animations to show off shortly.
Photo by Gideon Litchfield.
Wishing everyone Happy Holidays and all the best in 2015!
Photo (c) Declan Zimmermann
Yes, it’s not yet Thanksgiving but the Holiday spots are on the air, and we made one of ’em.
Pureworks Studio’s Victoria Jordan hired us last month for a quick-turnaround, mograph-driven 30-second commercial for the Delta Airlines & Radio City Christmas Spectacular Sweepstakes.
We knocked this out in less than a week taking our inspiration from Vicky’s designs for the program and adding an airplane than makes snow.
Creative Direction: Victoria Jordan
Motion Design, Art Direction, Animation: Declan Zimmermann
Additional Animation: Haley Saner
Voice: Erin Setch
Software: After Effects with Element 3D and Trapcode Particular
Every couple months the folks over at Greyscale Gorilla do a little thing called The 5-Second Project.
The idea is simple: make a 5 second animation, explore some new techniques, interpret the theme literally, figuratively, loosely.
The current 5-Second Project’s theme is “Buttons” and here’s what we made.
The music was created in ButtonBass, which seemed theme-appropriate. Except for the sound effects, which are me dropping actual buttons on a plate.
You can check out the other entries here.
The Standbys, a documentary feature from director Stephanie Riggs for which we had the privilege of designing and animating the titles and graphics, opens February 21, 2014 for a New York City Theatrical Run at the Quad Cinema in Greenwich Village.
The Standbys follows a variety of undiscovered performers for several years through their ups and downs, struggles and triumphs, onstage performances and private lives.
The film is a New York Times Critic’s Pick.
You can view a clip of the film’s open, including our main title design, in the portfolio here.
Catch The Standbys in the theater! Get tickets here.
We were recently hired by Beat Media Group to develop the motion graphic elements for the main titles for the Architecture & Design Film Festival.
The animated elements are based upon Obek Design’s beautiful work for the web and print material, and were incorporated with festival film clips in collaboration with director Stephanie Riggs of Beat.
The festival began in New York City October 16-20, 2013 and continues with programs in Chicago in and Los Angeles this coming Spring.
The bumper, which plays before each program in the festival, is up in the portfolio.