Growing up as an avid player of the Dingbats board game, I think this animated sequence promoting Ji Lees (the newly appointed Creative Director ) new book Word as Image is genius!
Terry Gilliam, the legend behind the fantastic animation sequences from Monty Python, talks about how he creates his famous cut-out animations.
Another brilliant example stop motion video – This time by up and coming talent Chris Butcher (part of the BA (Hons) Animation 2009 alimni of the University of Bedfordshire).
For this brilliantly original animation Chris has just won an Ideas Tap & Barbican award. His prize here is that it will be one of six short films shown before all the feature films appearing at the Watch Me Move festival from 15 June 2011 – 11 September 2011 at The Barbican, some well deserved exposure for local talent.
I’m a sucker for a good infographic and this is just that. Beautiful animation by digital agency Dare for their graduate scheme – I’m sold!
Stunning Kinetic Typography project by Oklahoma based illustrator/graphic designer Jacob Gilbreath created from the dialogue of Conan O’Brien’s final episode of The Tonight Show on NBC.
Thought provoking animation about the all encompassing Google, by australian motion designer Patrick Clair.
Stunning 3D animation work done by american mulimedia firm, Psyop for JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Happy New Year y’all.
I’ve had a bit of a slow start to 2011 in terms of posting thanks to a very hectic holiday season but am well and truly back on the wagon now with this cracking animated typeface by dutch design studio Calango.
A prediction for 2011 from me is that with the growing interest tablet based technologies, such as the iPad and the Playbook, interactive publications are going to become more and more common place (such asPhaidons Design Classics, and DK Eyewitness Travel apps) meaning we are going to be seeing a growing number of animated typefaces (good and bad) and the use of them in such apps.
Love this little animation by Neal Coghlan of Camden, London
Thanks Looks like good design for sharing
I’ve been a fan of BLU for some time and have posted about him before on mymatedaves.
Here is his latest epic stop motion animation which goes beyond the use of just paint and he now combines it with the use of everyday objects too.
I can’t begin to think how long something like this takes to just storyboard (I cant see him making it up as he goes along!) let alone actually do the painting/animation.
Thanks Kitsune Noir for sharing