1. 2005. Graphic Designer Milton Glaser. No one really knows their path until they're through with it..." Mr. Glaser is a person who makes you feel good just being around him...amazing individual.

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  2. 

Near-microscopic photo-realism. Explosive shards. Raining crystal droplets. Refractive prisms. A God-like boot. In short: we flexed every last creative and technical muscle we’ve got… combined… for this explosive video display for the product launch at Nike’s London flagship, online, and stores across Europe. Check the below link for more details about the process: studio.tendril.ca/NIKE-CTR360

    CREDITS

    Client: Nike
    Client Producer: Els Tau
    Client Art Director: Kevin Coatman
    Client CD: Eric Duvauchelle

    Production Company: Blacklist
    Executive Producer: Andrew Linsk
    Producer: Nathan Jew, Erik Gullstrand

    Director: Tendril
    Creative Directors: Chris Bahry, Alexandre Torres
    Executive Producer: Kate Bate
    Producer: Anne Deslauriers

    Music & Sound Design: John Black of Cypheraudio
    Editor: Steve Manz

    Designers: Chris Bahry, Renato Ferro, Luis Guillherme, Vini Nascimento, Alexandre Torres
    Textures, Lighting, Render: Brad Husband
    Assistant Lighting, Render: Kosta Lavrinuk
    Modeling: NoEmotion, Renato Ferro, Vini Nascimento
    Lead Animation: Vini Nascimento
    3D Animation: Renato Ferro, Vini Nascimento, Ben Pilgrim
    2D Animation: Leo Mateus, Andrew Vucko
    Compositing: Chris Bahry, Brad Husband, Daniel Luna

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  3. The first two minutes of my short film about living coral polyps of the species Montipora. Shot entirely in time-lapse at high magnification.

    The full film is nine minutes long.

    Music:

    "Also Sprach Zarathustra" arrangement and adaptation by Eumir Deodato

    # vimeo.com/4858287 Uploaded 27.4K Plays 19 Comments
  4. Kamler's animated cinema suggests a singular variety of science fiction. Completely unalike to more conventionally linear and text-based narratives, Kamler's films instead explore a series of dynamic visual motifs. Typically, the conclusion of these films is less suggestive of resolution, than it is of recurring episode.

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