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Wahyu Ichwandardi aka Pinot, is a graphic designer and father of Neverland family. He loves to sketch and bring his drawings to life through animation. He believes in dreams, graphic design, tech and art.
Howard Lee creates Hyperrealist and stop-motion animations from his drawings. He experiments with a multitude of drawing techniques in order to capture the most life like images. It is almost impossible to differentiate between what is real and what is a drawing.
Fashion designer Ece Özalp and Bİ’ŞEYLER, super talented young artists from Istanbul, have collaborated on a project which blends projection mapping techniques and a futuristic fashion sense so seamlessly that it definitely portrays a unique “perception”.
Matthias Müller is a German VFX producer who creates incredible, visually stimulating videos. He has previously worked on projects for Nokia, Samsung, Dell, Nintendo, Honda, Afrojack, Lenny Kravitz, the Grammys and Intel.
An animated elevator video that recreates the development of New York City’s skyline from the 1500s to today, was designed to celebrate the new One World Trade Center.
We have spotted Jon Rolph, a young UK-based artist/animator, for his incredible stop-motion videos. Rolph is a huge LEGO fanatic that makes animated videos.
Nobumichi Asai first unveiled his project Omote in 2014 and it instantly became a sensation. Omote displays a combination of real-time face tracking and projection mapping techniques to transform a model’s face using light as applied make up. The model’s face is used as a blank canvas and is altered through the projection of abstract visuals.
The preparation is long and intricate but Nobumichi Asai and his team of extraordinarily talented digital designers, CGI experts and make-up artists do an outstanding job.
Projection Mapping is a technology that uses regular objects and bizarre surfaces as the screen on to which video is projected. These objects vary according to desired outcomes, which can range from high-rises to a common chair. This technique is frequently used by advertisers and artists to create optical illusions, add new dimensions to and simulate the motion of stationary objects.