The spot has been produced at MJZ http://www.mjz.com/ and directed by Nicolai Fuglsig. Director of photography: Ellen Kuras http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0475578/.Creative agency: Wieden+Kennedy http://www.wk.com/. Creatives: Hal Curtis and Sheena Brady.Editor: Russell Icke at Whitehouse Post http://www.whitehousepost.com/. Animation, post production and visual effects made by the awesome guys at The Mill http://www.the-mill.com/index.php?A=721.Audio section by Color New York http://www.color-ny.com/reel.html.
Robert Seidel, the man behind the work of 2minds http://www.2minds.de/ has created a wonderfully lush new piece http://www.ingernet.de/rs/phyletic-museum_half-plates_robert-seidel.mov designed specifically to be projected onto the Phyletic Museum in Jena, Germany. Seidel explains it as a”35 by 16 meter full facade projection with a corresponding light choreography, ambient music and synced sound effects” that was especially created for the 100th anniversary of the museum in Germany. People like Seidel deserve serious respect from those of us in the industry for taking the harder route of creating something personal with their art instead of helping companies sell shoes and sugar water. It is especially impressive to see “motion graphics” techniques and technologies used as installation art. Even if projecting graphics onto a facade is nothing new, it is still a captivating experience, which is why some 20,000 people came to see Seidel’s work in Jena.
Elephant Girl is basically "a four and a half minute short film about "sisters" who enjoy more than just sisterhood!" The short animated movie is the work of David Lobser http://www.dlobser.com/. Music by Jamie Haggerty.
The spot is part of a campaign for the French radio Nova http://www.novaplanet.com/pub_radio_nova/ from creative agency Young & Rubicam http://www.yr.com/, Paris. others : http://www.novaplanet.com/pub_radio_nova/video.php
For the launch of Windows Live Wave 2 late last year, Microsoft together with the non-profit organization “Operation Smile” hosted an event in New York with a dazzling art installation featuring a 60-feet wide white sphere. On this sphere, they projected a dynamically-generated visualization of smiling faces with thousands of smaller pictures. The end result if nothing of a sheer visual spectacle. And because everything was rendered in real-time, attendees at the event could even upload their own face pictures into the pool of faces although I’m sure it’ll be one hell of a “Where’s Waldo” to find.It was put together by creative studio “firstborn” http://www.firstbornmultimedia.com/#/our-portfolio/1007/ using an open-source visual graphics platform called Processing http://www.processing.org/. Check out their website for more gorgeous screenshots http://www.firstbornmultimedia.com/gallery/gallery.asp?title=Digital%20Kitchen&stitle=Design%20by%20Processing§ion=1&total=11 as well as a look at the behind the scenes wizardry http://www.firstbornmultimedia.com/gallery/gallery.asp?title=Digital%20Kitchen&stitle=Design%20by%20Processing§ion=1&total=11.This sure gives the Times Square NYE Ball http://www.timessquarenyc.org/nye/nye_ball.html a run for its money.
This unofficial music video for Blonde Redhead http://www.blonde-redhead.com/ has been made by Daniel Oeffinger http://www.oeffinger.com/ in 2006 while at the Savannah College of Art and Design http://www.scad.edu/.
The second from Exceed http://exceed.hu/ and Tipogödör http://tipo.exceed.hu/, released at the TRSAC 2005 http://www.pouet.net/party.php?which=109&when=2005. Their first release Poison Ivy is here http://www.dailymotion.com/sabotage/poison/video/x3h6zn_poison-ivy_creation The computer graphics and the soundtrack are both the work of Andras Ketzer.
http://www.the-mill.com/Agency: BBH, LondonCreative Director: Nick GillCreative Team: Nick Kidney, Kevin StarkAgency Producer: Ruben MercadalProduction Company: The Mill, LondonDirector: BifPost-Production: The MillEditor: The MillMusic: Franz Liszt
For Michael Fakesch's upcoming solo album, Hamburg based creative shop Giraffentoast http://www.giraffentoast.de/ created the surreal music promo visuals for the first single called Blackbird. Fakesch who was once a semi-professional breakdancer is now know as the the Munich based beats genius that makes up ½ of Funkstrong with Chris De Luca.