CL Member Timo Boese shares his opener for the Toca Me Design Conference 2013. Also see the making of.
CL members Hello, Savants! (Amsterdam) sharing their Spring 2012 reel. Niiice.
Awesome work from CL members Trizz out of Barcelona, Spain.Watch the above video here – and see what happens to a trillion dollars worth of gold when the lights go out!
“Trizz are Christopher Vulpi, Oriol Puig and Javier Esteban Rozalen. The trio met in 2008 and began working closely together on commercials for international campaigns. Trizz was formed in 2010.”
Mario, this is one hell of a personal project. Bravo!
Chicago based company, The Material Group, updates their site and reel with a ton of great new work! Check them out!!!
Germany’s own DMNK shares his new live action/3D video short. It’s “a title sequence for a fictional motion design congress called motiondiary.” Psyop, SuperFad, Digital Kitchen, Buck, and more. Collect them all!
CL members DIGITALKITCHEN are on vacation in the great outdoors… You can follow them in real time at “Kitchlandia“
Chris Abbas of Digital Kitchen created this mesmerizing short film.
“I truly enjoy outer space. It’s absolutely amazing that we now have the ability to send instruments out into the void of the universe to observe all sorts of interesting things. Asteroids! Moons! Planets! Dark matter! This is the perfect opportunity for a Carl Sagan quote: “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
The footage in this little film was captured by the hardworking men and women at NASA with the Cassini Imaging Science System. If you’re interested in learning more about Cassini and the on-going Cassini Solstice Mission, check it out at NASA’s website: saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/?science/?index.cfm
CL member Claudio Salas shares his impressive new animation reel, including lots of work from Buck.
Just launched my new Reel 2011.
Music by Venetian Snares.
CL member Soul Grafix shares his “making of the 3 and a half month long Stop Motion Opening for Canal Plus.” Take a look behind the scenes of this cool project!