Noma Bar’s “Biker” Tongue Twister for Mercedes-Benz

Buenos Aires motion studio Ale Pixel translates UK designer/director Noma Bar’s striking use of negative space and graphic metaphor into the first in an animated series highlighting smart safety systems in Mercedes-Benz vehicles. [Read more]

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Ouchhh: AVA V2 Installation in Paris

Istanbul creative new media agency Ouchhh keeps hammering at the edges of art, design, and technology with their newest commissioned work, a striking six-projector installation in Paris called AVA V2 inspired by the work of Buckminster Fuller. [Read more]

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Making of San Sebastian’s “Bridge of Coexistence”

Anointed the European Capital of Culture 2016, the coastal Basque resort city of San Sebastian marked the honor with a sweeping and tasteful installation on the picturesque Maria Cristina bridge designed and implemented by Barcelona studio Tigrelab. [Read more]

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1stavemachine: Stella Artois “Learn How Water Leaves a Mark”

1stavemachine and Mother London focus attention on the global water crisis with a spectacular spiral zoetrope directed by Tim Brown and 1stave’s resident master of physical magic Bob Partington for the ongoing partnership of Stella Artois and Matt Damon’s Water.org. [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes: Sydney Opera House “Lighting the Sails”

Matt Pyke and the Universal Everything crew gather 20 animation studios from around the planet to collaborate on 31 spirited living murals commissioned by, and projected onto, Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House for the VIVID 2015 festival. [Read more]

Sehsucht’s “Chameleon” Interactive Installation

Mate Steinforth and Sehsucht premiered “Chameleon” at Pictoplasma 2014 in Berlin, allowing audiences to “modulate the characters and dive into a world between reality and virtuality. Chameleon addresses alienation and identity. It also raises the question of self-awareness and introspection in a world of post-privacy.”
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