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On Air / Dadomani

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

Dadomani is back with yet another incredibly detailed and dynamic piece. This time in the form of a title sequence for the movie “On Air: Storia di un Successo”, a film about Italian DJ Marco Mazzoli.

The setting is Los Angeles, where this famous DJ grew up, and we are taken on a quirky journey into a highly stylized carnival atmosphere, exploring the retro vibe of California and the inner psyche of the protagonist.

D&AD Awards / Picturesmith

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Picturesmith kills the paper-craft game with this series of shorts for the highly esteemed annual D&AD Awards. All simple and highly conceptual, Picturesmith works with a limited palette to create an array of quirky shorts. In addition to paper shapes jumping, disappearing and morphing, human hands are included in the storyline to add a personal connection to the event. Who knows, maybe next year it will be your hand receiving one of the magnificent Pencil awards!

Make sure to click through for additional clips and a making-of video!

Popcorn Attack / Kamila i Mirek Sosnowscy

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

This spot for an animation film festival in Bydgoszcz is fun and clever. Little toy army men wage war with popcorn kernels until the movie begins to play and peace reigns over the land. It’s short and sweet in more ways than one. Full of little surprises and giant octopus monsters, it’s a delightful little stop motion gem.

vetorzero / brincante titles

Monday, May 26th, 2014

Gorgeous lighting, animation and theatrical poetry in this title sequence for the recently released Brincante from VetorZero. From the studio’s website: “The film Brincante dives into the work of Antonio Nóbrega. This journey is conducted by two characters: João Sidurino and Rosalina – from the plays “Brincante” and “Segundas Histórias”, made by Nóbrega and Rosane Almeida. Hybrid of fiction and documentary, Brincante shows an artist’s path using the brazilian popular culture imaginarium to create a work that diversifies between theatre, music and dance. The film, directed by Walter Carvalho and produced by Gullane Filmes, with the support of Brincante Produções, releases 2014 to theatres.
Using Stop-motion and an art direction inspired by brazilian culture, Vetor Zero / Lobo created a title sequence that represents the journey made by Antonio Nóbrega with various elements that link the whole film together.” Read on to watch the making of video.

Luciano does Freud

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Stopmotion Freud from luciano do amaral on Vimeo.

Brazilian Animator Luciano Do Amaral has made a brilliant and hilarious character animation piece in ‘Stop Motion Freud’. Scenery and props from the studio of animator Cesar Coelho of Campo 4, for the Miniseries “So what do women want?”.


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