“Keys” Short Film by 99C Works

The vibrant motion design scene in Seoul, South Korea, continues to expand and delight with this in-house mix of wit and CG proficiency from new studio 99C Works providing the latest evidence.

99C Works CD KyeongHong Kim: “The tap-tap sound (doggak-doggak in Korean) of a capacitive keyboard sounds like the footsteps of busy people going somewhere. Based on this idea, we produced an adorable motion graphic film.

We constructed the video using mulitple graphical elements around three keywords: ‘gather’, ‘compact’, and ‘tap-tap’.”
 
Keys Short Film by 99C Works | STASH MAGAZINE

Keys Short Film by 99C Works | STASH MAGAZINE

Keys Short Film by 99C Works | STASH MAGAZINE

Keys Short Film by 99C Works | STASH MAGAZINE

Keys Short Film by 99C Works | STASH MAGAZINE
 
Production: 99C Works
Creative director: KyeongHong Kim

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