1. Realizado por Marta Medina y Jesús Lara para un trabajo de la ECAM (Escuela de Cinematografía y del Audiovisual de Madrid)
    Cámara: Canon EOS 7D; EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6; 6 fps
    Audio Track: "Submarine Dance" by Signal Aout 42 (SA 42)

    Deconstrucción mediante collage stop-motion de "El nacimiento de Venus" de Botticelli. La lluvia de flores de los dioses alados no sale como debería y Venus se convierte en sirena. Las diferentes sirenas representan un recorrido por la historia de la sirena: la sirena primigenia con cabeza de mujer y cuerpo de ave; la sirena prerrafaelita; y las sirenas modernas, con cuerpos de modelos contemporáneas (Cindy Crawford y Gisele Bundchen) con cola de pez y cabeza de cantantes (María Callas e Imperio Argentina), voces que atraen a los marineros para hundirles en el mar. Finalmente, Venus se convierte en la virgen María. Esto es una metáfora de la historia de la diosa, que primero fue diosa madre, después Venus, y después María, virgen en el cristianismo. Este trabajo está inspirado en los collage stop-motion de Terry Gilliam. Se utilizó material de fotógrafos como David LaChapelle o Pierre et Gilles, pintores como Waterhouse o Norman Rockwell, y conceptos como surrealismo o postmodernismo.

    “The birth of Venus” deconstruction by collage in stop-motion. The flower rain of the winged gods doesn’t work as it should do, so Venus turns into a siren. The different mermaids represent a trip around the siren’s history: the original siren with woman-head and bird-body; the pre-Raphaelite siren; and modern sirens, with contemporary models’ bodies (Cindy Crawford and Gisele Bundchen) with tail and singers’ head (María Callas and Imperio Argentina), whose voices attract the sailors in order to sink them in the deep sea. Finally, Venus turns into the Virgin Mary. This is a metaphor of the goddess’ history: firstly she was the goddess mother, secondly, she was Venus, and finally, she was Mary (the Christianity’s virgin).
    This work is inspired by Terry Gilliam’s stop-motion. We have used photographic material by David LaChapelle or Pierre et Gilles; painters as Waterhouse or Norman Rockwell; and concepts such as surrealism and post-modernism.

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  2. Stop-motion collage video for Frances England's "Day You Were Born" (from the Blink of an Eye cd).

    Video by Antonina Clarke. For more info., please visit
    francesengland.com
    antoninaclarke.blogspot.com

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  3. Johnny Kelly has created a beautiful hand-made spot that encapsulates the spirit of the Olympic goodwill.

    Using an innovative technique, Johnny uses stop motion to animate hundreds of individual paper collages, each hand-cut and torn.

    Filmed in one continuous shot, we are taken on a journey as each Olympic symbol seamlessly segues on into the other. The subtle differences and imperfections in colour and texture that this creates infuse the spot with a warm energy that communicates in a universal way the over-riding message of the Olympics - it’s a celebration for everyone, all shapes and colours.

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  4. A spot part of a campaign for phone company Touch encouraging users to upload videos of their ideas of a new and better world to the site inmynewworld.com.

    This piece is part of ongoing exhibit Moving Types – Letters in Motion - A retrospective of typography in film from the early days of the cinema to the present - Galerie im Prediger, Schwabisch Gmund.

    Communication Arts 2013 Typography Winner.

    Dubai Lynx International Festival of Creativity 2013:
    Gold Award in Film - Art Direction
    Bronze Award in Film - Animation

    Credits:
    Production companies: AD studio and Molho
    Direction: Doug Bello and Marcelo Garcia
    Art direction and typography: Marcelo Garcia
    Stop-motion: Doug Bello
    Illustration and design: Liza Domingues
    3D Modeling and animation: Doug Bello, Fernando Barros, and Luciano Nader
    Compositing: Marcelo Garcia
    Live photography: Rodrigo Violante e Sergio Moderno
    Rotoscoping: Bruno Garcia
    Executive Producer: Aguinaldo Rocca
    Line Production: Denise Rosa
    Production assistant: Cintia Pereira
    Producer: Lorraine Gallard
    Music: TDL music
    Music producer: Leticia Hernandez

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  5. Award winning animation encompassing 2D digital, stop motion, rotoscope, found footage and kinetic typography from promo's, theatre work and short films made in London, Manchester, Berlin and Reykjavik

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