“The Interview” Titles via Laundry!

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It’s not often you get to work on motion projects capable of creating international fist-pounding, corporate meltdowns and general panic at the cineplex. Creative directors Anthony Liu, PJ Richardson and the Laundry! crew lay claim to all this and more with their titles for Sony’s infamous “The Interview.” [Read more]

Buck Snaps Open the Facebook Factory

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Ryan Honey and the Buck team leave no production technique or typographic trick unturned in this ADD-inducing launch film for Facebook’s new creative think tank called The Factory. [Read more]

Impactist Wraps “Wilfred” for FXX

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The fourth and final season of Wilfred (the offbeat dark comedy starring Elijah Wood and Jason Gann) moved to FXX in 2014 complete with this appropriately surreal and irreverent broadcast package from Portland’s favorite musical motion design couple Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing (aka Impactist). [Read more]

Trumpeter Swan “Scout’s Honor” from Jeremy Phillips

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Full on collision of vintage photographs, futurist motion design and general enigmatic mixed media in this music video directed and edited by Jeremy Phillips with graphics by Tara Clune, JungWoo Lee, and Phillips for “Scout’s Honor” from the New York music project known as Trumpeter Swan. [Read more]

FITC Tokyo 2015 Opens With a Glitch

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FITC Tokyo 2015 opened with this complex, dense and hypnotic piece of chaos created by a collaboration of designers, typographers, animators, programmers and musicians spanning three timezones to “contrast the harmonies of traditional Japanese culture against the backdrop and sensory overload of present-day Tokyo.” [Read more]

Thomas Heckel Celebrates a HUGE Anniversary

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Riveting stream of cool work produced by multi-national digital studio HUGE over the last 15 years made even cooler in this serial-blast of multi-media by New York motion designer and graphics animator Thomas Heckel. [Read more]