Le Petit Néant est un magazine qui regroupe des illustrateurs de tout horizon et qui explore différentes facettes de l'image en narration. Le magazine invite aussi des animateurs à réaliser des identités animées pour promouvoir le projet sur le web. Pour participer au Volume 2, envoyez vos dessins à lepetitneant.com.
Le Petit Néant is a magazine that covers the art of drawing with a collection of illustrations from a myriad of artists. The magazine also invites animators to create animated identities to promote the project online. Submit your images for Volume 2 at lepetitneant.com.
Commissioned by: Miguel Angel Valdivia
Direction, animation, sound design by: Nicolas Ménard nicolasmenard.com
AEON is an animated short film created to be a part of the 2013 TEDxSydney conference. It's purpose is to act as a 'palette cleanser' between talks.
AEON explores the concepts of growth, loosely reflected as a cyclical journey across the natural seasons over the course of many years. We draw loose parallels between these natural seasons and the seasons within an individuals life.
We purposely left the piece open to interpretation, but we would note that in developing AEON, we did explore the deeper concepts of life, existence and the identity of the individual within the broader cosmos. Where do we fit in when there is so much that is greater than the individual.
Our subjects are drawn from nature with moments particularly relevant to the Australian landscape from which many Australians forge their identity. We wanted the piece to be emotive and textured, opting for a stylised, low poly treatment complex in execution but nicely simplistic in its actual aesthetic. We wanted to explore geometry and the reduction of things to these core elements. The design and treatment a reflection of what is core to our existence.
Created by The DMCI
Directed by Nathan Drabsch & Brecon Littleford
Design and Animation - Brecon Littleford, Pat da Cunha, James Redmond, Nathan Drabsch
Music Composition and Audio Design - Mark Brandis & Jeff Black at ism studios
In this experimental animated short from Renaud Hallée, we travel inside a mysterious mechanism made up entirely of revolving gearwheels, triangles and lines. In this whirling, hypnotic world, dozens of tiny gymnasts leap, somersault and twist through the air. Their spirited acrobatics trigger both narrative and musical sequences that are mesmerizing and, at times, dizzying. Half-figurative and half-abstract, The Clockmakers is a playful creation that is sure to captivate and dazzle its audience.