At Smog.tv Recently I touched me to participate in a short animation of africa for world economic forum. My job consisted mainly 3D animation, character animation and 2D animation (AE)
Ilustration: Felipe Vargas
Character animation: Berni bruner, Francisco Castro, Spiro Bursner, Felipe Ordoñes
AE Animation: Felipe Vargas, Francisco Castro,Patricio Molina.
3d animation: Francisco Castro
behind the scenes
Since they commenced their creative directorship of Valentino in 2008, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have made a point of opening the exclusive and enigmatic world of couture to a new audience. From conducting atelier visits to clarifying the importance of the relationship between an idea and its making, the duo explain how and why they are presenting a less well-known side to “Made in Italy”.
This video was shot over the course of 3years in various destinations all over Africa. It shows a unique perspective of Africa and the many wonders she holds.
Being able to have filmed this with my friends and colleagues has been a huge privilege and has made me fall in love with Africa and a deeper level!
Africa is something I think everyone should experience at least once in their life!
Drones used for this shoot was as Follows:
DJI Inspire 1 – Zenmuse X5
DJI Phantom 4
DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro 3
DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro 4
Graded Using Filmconvert – Arguably one of the best grading tools I have worked with. It has sped up my time in post production and being able to deliver projects a lot faster.
“The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.”
– Richard Mullin
New York can easily live up to its movie-star good looks but it can be a city that surprises, too. Monocle has had a bureau in New York since its launch in 2007 and this has made us passionate about this city and its ambitions. The Monocle Travel Guide to New York, published by Gestalten, is a celebration of all that we love about the city. It is available now at The Monocle Shop: www.monocle.com/shop/books-and-music/travel-guides/
BSI Swiss Architectural Award 2016 / winner — Junya Ishigami, Japan
Interview to Junya Ishigami about his winning projects:
– KAIT Workshop,
– House with Plants
– Japanese Pavilion at the 11th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia (2008)
My wife and I went on a roadtrip from Perth to Sydney. We spent some weeks exploring the amazing Australian coast line. From deep blue bays to staggering mountain views, Australia contains some of the most insanely beautiful sights in the World.
Enjoy some aerial shots from the trip.
2 minutes mainly pure nature.
The Pinnacles Desert / Nambung National Park
Conto´s Beach / Margaret River
Valley of the Giants / Margaret River
Cosy Corner / Albany
Stony Hill / Torndirrup National Park
Balancing Rock / Porongurup National Park
Twilight Beach / Esperance
Eucla / Nullarbor Plain
Umpherston Sinkhole / Mount Gambier
Flat Rocks / Bunurong Marine National Park
Bay of Islands / Great Ocean Road
London Bridge / Great Ocean Road
Loch Ard Gorge / Great Ocean Road
Island Arch / Great Ocean Road
Gibson Steps / Great Ocean Road
Wreck Beach / Great Ocean Road
Apollo Bay / Great Ocean Road
Princess Pier / Melbourne
Pyramid Rock / Phillip Island
Mount Oberon / Wilsons Promontory National Park
Squeaky Beach / Wilsons Promontory National Park
Corrigan Suspension Bridge / Tarra Bulga National Park
Fitzroy Falls / Morton National Park
Music by Marcel Neumann (marcel-neumann.com). Special Thanx!
Also special Thanx to my amazing partner in crime Andrea!
Joe Vilardi talks about the process of moving Richard Serra’s 40-foot figure eight sculpture “Sequence” from Stanford to SFMOMA in February 2015.
The sculpture will be unveiled as the 214-ton greeter for the new Howard Street Gallery in the expanded museum which opens in 2016.
In August 2016 my girlfriend and I flew to Iran to enjoy some time off, this short video tries to outline the beautiful cities that we went through and the amazing people we met along the way.
Shot in: Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan and Tehran
– DJI Osmo
– Nikon D5100
– Tamron 17-50 2.8 VC
– Syrp Genie Mini
– Yashica YT400 Tripod
Helen Jane Long – The Aviators
On the occasion of the Bienniale Internationale Design Saint Étienne 2015, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin curate an exhibition entitled ‘Beauty as unifinished business’ that attempts to describe designed beauty through 35 recently produced items.
Industrial Facilityのサム・ヘクトとキム・コリンがキュレーションした2015年の展覧会「Beauty as unfinished business」の動画
Wallpaper* magazine are celebrating the very best of the design world with the launch of their annual Design Awards. We produced the music for a film that peeks into the world of the Bouroullec Brothers and the concept behind their ‘Serif’ TV. They not only won Designer of the Year, but Best Domestic Design too.