Patrick Claire is the Creative Director of Antibody, a production studio that specializes in combining storytelling with visual design.
Working from Sydney, Australia, they have done an array of outstanding works in the last years.
I think I started following Patrick’s work with his Google don’t be evil’ piece, then I noted his excellent and widespreat animation Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus. Here a broader selection in chronological order:
“In 1972 Ed Catmull (founder of Pixar) and his colleagues created the world’s first 3D rendered movie, an animated version of Ed’s left hand. This is the film that they produced. It includes some “making of” footage (around 1:30) and some other early experiments.”
“Plan of the City is a animated film, conceived and directed by Joshua Frankel, about the architecture of New York City blasting off into outer space and resettling on Mars. The film’s visuals are an animated collage combining live action footage, animated elements, illustrations and treated photographs, including photos taken by the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity made available to the public domain by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.”
Yet another great animation by Jonathan Jarvis about explaining a world of complexity combining design, journalism and narrative analysis. “The result is designed transparency — information that is not only made available, but accessible, relevant and beautiful.”
TheGreenEyl has teamed up with E Roon Kang to create a visual identity that keeps up with the heterogeneity of the MIT Media Lab. Instead of creating a single static logo they have gone for a far more contemporary option: with processing as the tool of choice they have developed an algorithm to create over 40.000 possible variations of the identity.
I am happy to announce the brandnew demoreel of my creative collective Tigrelab, grrrr!
This year I have been working in several proyects with Javier Pinto, Mathieu Felix and Pelayo Méndez, therefore the decision to form a loose creative collective was not a difficult one! Here a short description on Tigrelab:
“Tigrelab is a multidisciplinary collective dedicated to the development of audiovisual and interactive projects. A laboratory that experiments combining ideas, motion graphics, programming, design, 3D graphics and illustration to seek new approaches for multimedial communication.”
For the campaign “te cambiará la vida“ (it will change your life) of Volkswagen Spain, I have animated a one-minute, motion graphics video with a colorful Hawaiian aesthetic.
The project has been done in close collaboration with the nice folks at Cannonball Studio and combines several motion and compositing-techniques. These animated postcards represent the last video of a mixed-media campaign, that closely integrates TV-Ads, a website and web videos.
Client: Volkswagen Spain
Agency: Tribal DDB / Cannonball Studio
Under the creative direction of Xavi Ribas and with the collaboration of graphic designer Oscar Valero, I made these 1 min 20 seconds of motion graphics for the campaign “Las fiestas clandestinas de Jack Daniel’s.”
die erfindung ist so simpel wie genial: der in italien lebende juan ospina hat per flash eine web-applikation entwickelt, die die erstellung kleiner (und auch längerer) animationen ermöglicht. flipbook umfasst auch eine galerie, in der sich die besten clips mit einem rating-system anschauen lassen.