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Media.Work Explores “Connections” in New Motion Research

In their latest in-house motion experiment, the team at Media.Work explore abstract and tactile representations of collaboration, both as connective social tissue and to “visualize flows of ideas between curious minds.” [Watch]

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Ronnie Koff and Imaginary Forces Open “Dark Matter” for Apple TV+

In direct contrast to the sly comedy of his recent title work for the Roast of Tom Brady, Imaginary Forces CD Ronnie Koff leads viewers thru an austere brutalist labyrinth in the opening for Dark Matter on Apple TV+. [Watch]

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Framestore Powers 2024 Refugee Olympic Team to Paris

Director/ECD William Bartlett leads the Framestore production and VFX teams in this merger of 2D, 3D, and AI designed to raise awareness and support for the Refugee Olympic Team as they prep for the Paris games this summer. [Watch]

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Clim Studio Stages “Newfound Equilibrium” Exhibit for Samsung at MDW2024

Clim Studio in Barcelona ventured forth to Milano Design Week this year to craft a digital exhibition on behalf of Samsung and agency Cheil International designed to give audiences “contemplative, meaningful, dream-like experiences”. [Watch]

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Stash 165: Preview the Ultimate Inspiration and BTS Issue

The Stash Permanent Collection, aka the planet’s only streaming platform dedicated to motion design, animation, and VFX, just added another massive chapter of inspiration and behind-the-scenes features with issue 165. [Watch]

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Dropbear and Photoplay Raise the Alarm on Australia Deforestation for Greenpeace

Photoplay director/animator Dropbear (aka Jonathan Chong) helps Greenpeace draw attention to the consequences of rampant deforestation in Australia and its tragic effects on the koala with this stop-motion film. [Watch]