Ilona is a nine-year-old girl who lives in the wilderness with her mother and father. Food is running low, and when a mysterious fox starts killing their livestock, she has no choice but to track down the strange creature in order to ensure the survival of her family.
Awards and Nominations:
• Student Academy Awards (Nominee Animation)
• Annie Awards (Nominee Best Short Subject)
• ASIFA-East Awards (Excellence in Design)
• College Television Awards (2nd Place Animation, Geena Davis Award for Focus on Gender Equality)
• Palm Springs International ShortFest (Official Selection)
2012 Red Stick International Animation Festival Official Selection
- won Best Film in the Animated Short Film - Professional category
- won Baton D'Or as Best Film of the festival.
2012 International Melzo File Festival
- won City of Melzo Award as Best Film
2012 Anchorage International Film Festival
2012 Tallgrass Film Festival
2012 Colchester Film Festival
2012 Spike and Mike's Festival of Animation Official Selection
2012 Seattle International Film Festival Official Selection
2012 LES Film Festival Official Selection
Featured in Stash Magazine #94
Frankie Rulez!!! is about Frankie, a space alien looking to conquer the
galaxy one mysterious planet at a time.
Written & Directed by San Charoenchai
Created with -
Adobe After Effects
GEAR Toolset created by Jeremie Passerin - jeremiepasserin.com/gear/
We had an experimental work where we assigned a sound of a musical instrument to a trivial barcode that we see every day, and with the sound, we were able to create a harmonious piece of music. The ‘Barcode Band Music Box’ we produced includes barcodes, formed by computer graphics, and the barcode reader. When the graphics of the barcode, which is printed on the music box, are scanned by the reader, the recognized barcode will reproduce its own sound of the musical instrument.
Ever since the society has shifted from analog generation to digital generation, inputting diverse information into two-dimensional graphic designs, such as barcodes and QR codes, has become part of our everyday life. This digital instrument called ‘Barcode Band Music Box’ is not just a new type of musical instrument. It is an instrument that communicates through the language of music. Therefore, a person can conduct music using only the barcode reader without a musical instrument. The making of the music box was composed of several different teams taking part as sound and video, design of the box, and the design of the graphics inside the box.
A band performance using a barcode reader
The BARCODE BAND, unlike the information base edited material contained in part1, is an interactive image which uses maxmsp and a bar code reader. As an attempt to go beyond the paper format of the edited material, we attempted to express an image of freely enjoying the digital by using the visualization and auralization of the bar code.
As we enter into a digital society of bar codes and QR codes, the act of containing various information in 2D graphics is becoming routine. We add the sounds of instruments to bar codes that only marked price data, and we now can create music by combining the various sounds of instruments. The bar code band music box we created include graphics consisting of bar codes and the bar code reader. When the bar code graphic printed on the music box is scanned with the reader, the scanned bar code materializes the inherent sound of the instrument contained to produce music.
The significance of the datamation of the digitial society
This new digital instrument prints out in a single sheet the existing heavy instruments so that the users of music box can make bands perform wherever they wish. The bar code band music box is in itself a communication tool which communicates through music, and people without instruments can conduct the band using the bar code reader.
The video was broadcasted in various overseas media including design boom and domestic magazines and stations after being selected as Vimeo STAFF PICK which is a rare occurrence for a Korean. Subsequently, it was performed in exhibits and performance halls which were based on the existing barcode band project.
The "barcode band performance" video is included in my video list.
A snail invents the wheel and goes through a cultural evolution to finally get back to its origin.
A laser animation is projected at an angle of 360° onto a column, so that the audience has to walk around to follow the course of the snail. The projection surface is of a phosphorescent material, which creates an after-glowing trail that fades out slowly.
Video de promoción de la campaña de Crowdfunding del grupo AFRO BAND para presentar su nuevo EP "VENGO". Puedes apoyar este proyecto desde la web LANZANOS.COM: http://www.lanzanos.com/proyectos/afro-band-vengo/ y puedes saber más acerca de AFRO BAND desde http://www.afroband.com /// http://www.sambiosis.com /// http://www.facebook.com/afroband