Motion Motion is the first event dedicated to the motion design and meanwhile, opened to all audiences. One day in Nantes (FR) with conferences, installations, workshops and concerts for everyone.
nöbl created the festival 2018 whole identity and craft the trailer by playing with a distorted typography treatment:
As the motion design, the concept of this identity talks about graphic design and movement. We choose to play with the most impactful visual system "typography" and then put it literally in movement.
Visual Identity by nöbl
London-based Studio BLUP has recently updated their nobles folio with a commission done for Adidas online campaign aimed to promote Team GB at Winter Olympics
To create the social marketing material for Adidas's officia Winter Olympics Kit launch.
The BLUP way
There aren't many household names who represent GB in the Winter Olympics so there were no sports celebs to base the kit launch around. Thinking The Blup Way we decided to focus on the kit with no model at all giving each piece its own identity through a series of still and motion graphics. The soundtrack we added aims to act like an 'epic' movie trailer in order to create a dark, icy impact.
Cristina Burns is a photographer and a mixed media artist. Her work is characterised by juxtaposition, where opposing elements such as candies, toys, and flowers are fused to anatomical parts and insects, often blurring the extremely thin lines between fantasy and reality, purity and sin, life and death.
This multiplicity of elements are meticulously arranged to create her surrealistic compositions, then she photographs the assemblage, digitally enhance and prints in a limited number of copies, the resulting print is the only record of the artist's process.
People with surreal spikes and growths shooting out of their heads, glossy 3D shapes, and often an almost floral treatment creates works that require a second and third look. With a focus on 3D and cinema 4D, Pandagunda’s work celebrates the beauty in technology, mistakes, and nature simultaneously.
The Rodina was founded in 2011 by Tereza and Vit Ruller. Czech-born, Amsterdam-based independent graphic designers.
The Rodina works on commissioned design projects, while also experimenting autonomously. The Rodina invents the ways how experience, knowledge and relations are preserved and produced. Interested in connections between culture, technology and aesthetic, The Rodina designs events, objects and tools.
If you follow us already you may know that we run awesome digital art collaboration each spring for the last few years with the resulting exhibitions at OFFF festivals or so. This year together with Youth WorldWide we took a great challenge and moved our cause to London as a standalone group show to happen just in a matter of few days!
Sponsored by Depositphotos
There is No Planet B
4-7 July, London
On July 4th, Digital Decade’s annual art collaboration kicks off at the Underdog Gallery in London. This year’s exhibit, “There is No Planet B”, features the work of international digital artists who address the economic, social, political, and environmental problems we face by imagining a world without them.
Using their talent for photo manipulation and glitch art - the purposeful corruption of data within a digital file to create distorted yet aesthetic effects - 25 invited artists and 2 winners of The Open Call contest come together to “Imagine there’s no… climate change, human aggression, war”, and more.
"Hiroshi Kondo captures the the energy and the loneliness of living in such a vast metropolis in his experimental short, The Others. The slit-scanning film bends time and place into a moving portrait of a Tokyo square by highlighting the individual and the crowd moving both separately and in haunting unison. "
The game is on my friends! We teamed up with Depositphotos, Curioos e-shop and Youthworldwide London collective to celebrate Designcollector's 13th Anniversary. Today we set the start of the new 4th Digital Decade art collaboration of 2016.The title of this year’s event is: "There Is No Planet B" and it will be held in London in summer. The idea is to bring attention to the problems our planet is currently facing - economic, environmental, political - and what our world would look like without them. Currently we asked 20 artists selected by our team to create an artwork for the expo that portrays a major issue as either solved by humans or even non existent.
Now we invite you to overcome this group of artists and create your artwork. You can think of "Imagine there is no…", as you approach this project. The winners get a place in upcoming London's exhibition alongside with 20+ Selected Artists.