Matthieu Braccini shared a beautiful motion design project on Behance. He was lucky to have the awesome opportunity to be commissioned by MTV, to make video, with total freedom about concept and artistic direction. As he mentions on the description “Damn i was so happy when i saw the mail!” - I would be too :) Motion Design
Yas NV and the incredible people at Buck keep delivering amazing work. What is a wonderful surprise for me is that I didn’t know much about Buck since a month ago. I guess I have been too busy with other things. To celebrate my admiration for Buck, here’s the motion design work they did for Facebook titled Faceversary. More information make sure to check out Buck’s website or visit Yas’ Behance profile.
Earlier in 2019, Jonathan Lindgren was approached by OPX in London to visualize the cover of Imperial College Business School Annual Report. The idea was to use the already established visual language, along with an idea of navigation and strategy, but Jonathan went further and created a beautiful motion design piece to go along with the branding work.
I own an iPhone 11 Pro and the Pixel 4 XL and I have to say. Pause here, the Pixel 4 is much nicer from the industrial design point of view than the iPhone. I am talking about just the way that it feels when holding. There's something about the black rails, the pop of color of the white one and the simplicity that makes it especial. Before you ask me, I hate the chins and wish it was like the One Plus 7 Pro but anyways, pack to this post. Buck was called by Google to create a comprehensive visual system for the Pixel 4 launch.
Monday is our motion design day. Why? Well, just because it’s fun to say motion Monday? Honestly there’s no reason but the Aamir Khan totally deserved to be feature and shared here on Abduzeedo. It is a mix of beautiful 3D work with super smooth animations using Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Photoshop. It’s also a personal project of Aamir. “I tried to create Rich Ancient look.” - Aamir adds.
Pavel Fuksa and Barbora Idesová shared a really cool illustration and motion design post on their Behance page. The idea/inspiration was: “What happens when you shuffle the letters in the song’s lyrics and create a bunch of eerie and bizarre anagrams? Most probably the only music video in the world featuring Gagarin on a rhino, woollen pot on fire, deviant peck, satanic loam, ruminal mob, immoral bun, yogi with legumes, an olive on the run, chased by the police helicopter and many more.”
It looks like one of the new trends will be the cyberpunk one. From video-games like Cyberpunk 2077 to the of course incredibly polemic Cybertruck from Tesla. My prediction is that we will see more and more references to that style not only in the design industry but in general. One area that is clear that is already drinking from that source is special effects and motion design. Mikhail Shandra and Eduard Mykhailov shared an incredible post last year on their Behance.
We would like to share this tribute for the Dell Latitude created back in 1994 all the way to its present day. Behind this massive accolade, we have Joey Recoskie, a 2D/3D Motion Artist & Art Director working at Tendril. Shared through his art direction and motion work, we are taken on this magnificent journey to the past by honoring the present days of Dell.
J✹V is UI/UX designer with 10+ years of experience, specializing in Web design and applications for mobile devices. What caught my attention was the series of motion design explorations I saw on J✹V Dribbble profile. It was a series of typographical animations, but it also showed the evolution of learning (motion design) by trying, for me the most important thing and that’s why I thought it would be great to share here with you all.
I am a motion design fan and it’s one of my goals to learn more about it. Because of that, I would love to share that the registration is open for the Winter 2020 Session at School of Motion, the world’s leading online school for motion designers. Be sure to pick your preferred course — before it sells out!
The kind of THRIVE that we enjoy sharing here on ABDZ, this is direction and motion design work by Unit Motion Design, a creative motion studio based in Paris, France. This project is the clash between two brands, Roger Dubuis and of course Lamborghini. A few seconds to create an immersion in these two worlds through a fascinating sequence filled with projections of images and blasting light reflections all over the place.
ManvsMachine is a multidimensional creative studio with offices in London (UK) and Los Angeles (USA). They have recently released a superb motion design project for a Pepsi campaign spots entitled: Taste & Refresh. They were tasked to create a tangible connection between Pepsi and Music. Interesting approach where music tracks were made from the refreshing sounds of opening a Pepsi can and drinking a Pepsi. You should check out those videos below, hope you will enjoy!
Zombie Studio with Isaac Buzzola Chene and Claudio Jr shared an amazing motion design and 3D project on their Behance page for the Dia de los Muertos. I know, we’re late in the game by a few weeks, that’s okay, because the work they shared is amazing independent of time. In addition to that, the fact that it features or it’s a unique and creepy performance of Gorillaz makes things much more awesome.
Random Looping Type Collection – No. 1 is a random collection of type treatments made with Animography animated typefaces. It's basically just a big pile of loops we made over the years to test and promote their type. If you like, please let them know by visiting their website. You can also make your own typographic loops, try or buy these, and other animated typefaces at Animography.net
Gabriel Silveira was invited by the very cool people at Ordinary Folk to help them design their video for SAP along with Stephen Kelleher, Nuria Boj and Haewon Shin. In this kind of project it's always interesting to see what animators come up with using your designs, and in this case he was BLOWN AWAY by what those incredible designers and motion designers did. Below you can see some of the style frames and the final video.
Marco Salemi and Romina Giarrizzo shared a super stylish motion design project titled SEAT - Arona Global Launch. It features a lot of elements that made graphic design really awesome to me. I am talking about simple elements, textures and typography. There's definitely a 90's feeling too if you pay close attention. Some spray textures and style alongside with a lot of black and white. So enough said, check out below and I hope you get as inspired as I got.
Let's get the week started with some really inspiring motion design. Kimi Issakainen and Oscar Böckerman from the 358 Agency in Finland shared a beautiful collection of motion graphics mixing colorful illustration and graphic design for the JCDecaux. I am a fan of motion and I am also admittedly conscious about my lack of knowledge on anything that moves because it's really hard to get the timing right.
School of Motion - Brand Manifesto is one of the coolest motion design projects I’ve seen on Behance lately. The reason I say that is not because it’s beautiful but due to the amount of people that collaborated and the goals behind it. I highly recommend that you check out the original post on Behance, but I had to get some images for the feature here on Abduzeedo.
Motion design and animations have a significant role in today's app and web design. They can drive user attention to a specific part of the UI and help designers to reduce the amount of information needed to make the interface more intuitive. In some cases, animations are a differentiator, adding professionalism, finesses and polish to a website or app making them feel natural. For this post, I would love to share the work that Cuberto has done on motion design and animation.
Eze Matteo shared a really cool illustration and motion design project on Behance. The title is Run For The Oceans, which is a global adidas-led initiative, where for every 1km run between June 8th (World Oceans Day) and June 16th adidas donated $1 towards Parley Ocean School – an extracurricular program that aims to educate the next generation of ocean activists. Besides being an amazing initiative, this post is to talk a bit more about the design and aesthetics of the piece, which has this brutalist look.