• Growing “Shroooms” with C A T K

    Berlin design and music studio COLORS AND THE KIDS’ recent research project called “Shroooms” explores the power of artificial growth algorithms to create a beguiling world of alien 3D.
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Good tune. Nice video.               Production: Hornet Inc. Director: Monkmus Record Label: Pias Producer: Hana Shimizu Cinematographer/Art Director: James Buckley Background Artist: Dave Bell Character Animator: Alexandre Iliach, Maximilian Graenitz, Jason Patterson, Dan Abdo Compositor: James Coulson, Gregor Hofbauer, John Earle Editor: Morgan Turner Co-Production Company: One Small Step [Read more]


Blogger scams his way past heavy security and into fancy-ass opening night party at new Mac store in NYC to rub shoulders with Mr. Jobs and get one degree closer to Kevin Bacon. Okay, it’s not like tagging Air Force One but at least this is real. And no ponitificating. [Read more]

My Street – WIP

Although I am getting quite bored with organic looking lines growing all over the place – I still like the idea of an encounter with an expanding L-system outside my apartment. Very work in progress. View muffedille. [Read more]

MTV movie awards by asakara

Graphic sequence for MTV Russia Movie Awards. Open title and 12 nomination titles. By asakara view sequence  [Read more]

Shilo design UPDATE!

New web, new works and new reel [Read more]

City Paradise

City paradise is a short movie by Gaelle Denis. she is an student from Royal College of Art.  This movie tell tomoko´s history, a japanese in London view city paradise  [Read more]


Yes, the track for this British Airways spot was originally penned by John Denver – who died in a plane crash bye the bye – and it does leave a syrupy coating on your teeth but hey, the music and dolphins (by Framestore CFC) are working for me in some kind of kid’s storybook kind […] [Read more]

Clinically Dead

   Chad VanGaalen is a talented musician and animator from Alberta, Canada. In fact VanGaleen is so talented that he hand drew his own suitably weird psychedelic video to match his heartfelt lofi exploration of brain damage. Enjoy Clincally Dead! [Read more]