A subject we don't usually post are about films, not necessarily full-length movies but video campaigns. I love seeing smaller or independent studios taking on big clients like adidas for example. Let's take a look at the work from Worship Studio, a studio based in Toronto, Canada. They have worked on a campaign for adidas more particularly Originals "DEERUPT" SS18 Campaign. They are good-looking shoes and the campaign was all about minimal, bold, and visually striking.
At the early age of 3, Dan Luvisi already got his passion for art, now working in the film, video game and comic book industry. Dan is known for his extremely versatile style in both illustration approach, as well as categories. Besides concept illustrations, Dan has become an expert in Character & Costume Design, Matte Paintings, Storyboards, Poster & Packaging Design and generally welcomes new challenges within his field. Find out more about Dan Luvisi and his incredible works at DanLuvisiArt.com
Video Inspiration is a weekly(ish) post where we either feature a specific artist or show a sort of "best of" list of videos we've discovered during the week. Everything here may not be brand new, but we felt it worth sharing with the community. If you have good finds that you'd like to share, please feel free to send your links to firstname.lastname@example.org with "video inspiration" in the subject line. I know I've said this before...but sometimes you guys just blow me away.
No one makes animated movies quite like Pixar. With 23 years, 10 films, and 22 Academy Awards under their belt, the incredible guys over at Pixar Animation Studios keep getting better and better with each passing year. Last week we received a suggestion from one of our readers about doing a post on Up, their latest masterpiece. I thought this was an excellent idea, but I also think that their other films deserve some recognition too. So here I bring you a collection of all the Pixar feature films to date plus some of their shorts at the end.
Akira is probably the most famous anime ever. It introduced a generation to the world of Japanese animation and showed western cultures that animation (which at the time was dominated by Disney movies) can be dark, experimental, and very artistic. For years now, probably since the mid-90's, I've been hearing about a remake of this anime classic into a live-action film. Time went by and I just assumed it was never going to happen.
This is one amazing piece of cinematography. Created by veryapeproductions.com The worlds largest vinyl record archive is going up for sale, this is a much watch video.
I love motion graphics and animation. One thing I look for when I go to the cinema or watch a TV program is a nicely designed title and/or credit sequence. It's not absolutely necessary, but if it's there, and done right, it adds a new level of enjoyment to the film or show. I feel like there has been a bunch of great sequences lately so I thought I'd post a few that I liked. Pedra do Reino (Stone of the Kingdom)