Showreel covering Territory’s UI concepts, design and animation for both on-set playback and VFX shots for Marvel Studio’s 2014 blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy.
Territory Credits -
Creative Director: David Sheldon-Hicks
Motion Designers: Peter Eszenyi, Nick Hill, Ryan Rafferty-Phelan, Marti Romances, Martin Aggerholm, Yugen Blake, Jay Dingle, Gabor Ekes, Ryan Jefferson Hays, David Penn, Alasdair Willson
Font Designer: Lee Fasciani
Playback Credits -
Marvel Credits -
Director: James Gunn
Production Designer: Charles Wood
Set Decoration: Richard Roberts
Art Director: Alan Payne
VFX Supervisor: Stephane Ceretti
VFX Producer: Susan Pickett
Reel Credits -
Edit: Cristina Casanova, Marti Romances
Sound Design: Zelig Sound
© 2014 Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy
Better to have no tagline at all than to use one of these worn out and meaningless phrases.
- ________________ done right.
- ________________ the way it should be.
- ________________ evolved.
- ________________ for the rest of us.
- ________________. Simplified.
- Better ________________.
- The easiest way to ________________.
- The better way to ________________.
What if we designed a new kind of “maker space” — a space that isn’t just for putting pieces together, but also for seeing and understanding a project’s behavior in powerful ways?
- seeing inside
- seeing across time
- seeing across possibilities
"I think people need to work in a space that moves them away from the kinds of non-scientific thinking that you do when you can’t see what you’re doing — moves them away from blindly following recipes, from superstitions and rules of thumb — and moves them towards deeply understanding what they’re doing, inventing new things, discovering new things, contributing back to the global pool of human knowledge."
Presented at the EG conference on May 2, 2014.
Art by David Hellman.
Bret Victor — worrydream.com
We asked artist Kelli Anderson to imagine the experience of children stepping into our second app, Plants. Inspired by the app’s original illustrations by Marie Caudry, Kelli and her partner, Daniel Dunnam, cut this stop-motion forest—entirely out of paper.
Get Plants on the App Store: itunes.apple.com/us/app/plants-by-tinybop/id872615882?ls=1&mt=8&ct=vi
Plants is the second app in the Explorer’s Library, a series of playscapes that spark discovery and deeper understanding of the world. Tinybop’s award-winning first app, The Human Body, reached the #1 spot on the App Store’s education charts in 143 countries and was named one of the App Store’s Best of 2013.
Directed and edited by Kelli Anderson and Daniel Dunnam: kellianderson.com, thesoundsinmyhead.com
Sound design by Daniel Dunnam
Inspired by Marie Caudry’s original artwork for Plants: mariecaudry.free.fr
Scoring + composition: Brian Jacobs
Peek behind the scenes and learn how Kelli and Daniel built the stop-motion forest: vimeo.com/tinybop/plants-stop-motion-behind-the-scenes
This video was created from one hour of source footage shot from a bluff in San Diego the morning of Jan 21, 2014. I was interested in exploring the manipulation of water and to see how the movements and patterns from surfing interact. Watching surfing typically happens in one or two ways: in films/videos or in person standing on a pier, beach or bluff. In most surf films, the riders are so talented and the waves are so good it becomes an abstraction from the average viewer’s/surfer’s experience at an average break. On the other hand, watching in person can be very slow and depending on the swell there may be long stretches when nothing happens at all. This video is a playful attempt to split the difference and reveal just how much can actually happen in an hour in an otherwise nondescript surf spot with non professional riders. There are no CG elements, these are all real surfers and real waves with the time separating them removed. The video does not contain every wave that passed during the hour; I picked the best rides but otherwise tried to maintain chronology.
A sample of the source footage may be viewed here: vimeo.com/95695485
More details on the methodology + are here: (coming soon!)
The San Diego Studies is a series of short videos that collapse time to reveal otherwise unobservable rhythms and movement in San Diego. The project is supported my MOPA San Diego and the San Diego Foundation. For more information about this video please visit cysfilm.com and MOPA.org
connect with me on Twitter: @cysfilm
Shot on a Canon C100 + Atomos Ninja in CLog, with a Canon EF 100-400 f/4.5 L lens at 24p. The post work was done in After Effects.
There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space.
Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages.
Johnny is lazy and his only desire is to sleep in his autopilot spaceship.
when the spaceship arrives at the destination, all he has to do is simply deliver the box.
However, it never goes as planned. Johnny encounters strange and bizarre planets
and always seems to cause trouble on his delivery route.
Will he be able to finish his mission without trouble?