1. Exercice of typography's animation in After Effects on the song Day O from Beetlejuice.

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  2. We are starting the new year with some new projects, new goals and new challenges.
    Whatever you do, always try to be the best you can be. Spread the word.

    Good luck.

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    Created by:

    Climent Canal (Idea & design)
    climentcanal.com

    Sebastián Baptista (Animation)
    sebastianbap.com

    Audio by:

    Aimar Molero
    aimar-molero.com

    Thanks to:

    Oriol Gil
    Cake
    No-Domain

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  3. Created by:
    cropmotion.com

    What makes a successful animation?

    There is a mystique around art and artists that suggest that great art comes from a streak of inspiration deep within the mind’s creative center. However, it takes more than a stroke of genius to make successful animation. The idea itself is just the first step toward achieving this goal.
    Letting this idea grow, one must be able to open up emotionally and intellectually. Creating animations is also about understanding the basics and possibilities of motion and visual effects. After all, Creations Rely On Possibilities

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  4. Animation: Thibault de Fournas - http://twitter.com/TdeFournas / Christopher van Wilson - http://vanwilson.co.uk/
    Screenplay: Peter Bilak - http://twitter.com/typotheque
    Voiceover: Harvey Gold
    Music: Nicolas Jaar

    Karloff explores the idea how two extremes could be combined into a coherent whole. Karloff connects the high contrast Modern type of Bodoni and Didot with the monstrous Italians. The difference between the attractive and repulsive forms lies in a single design parameter, the contrast between the thick and the thin.
    http://typotheque.com/blog/beauty_and_ugliness

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  5. Studio Dialog (studiodialog.com) created this promotional video for GreenLight to advertise its representation of Muhammed Ali.

    Muhammad Ali had his sights set on winning more than boxing titles. Boxing was his platform, but everything Ali said was about delivering his message. This piece set out to translate that message through the use of typography and images. The style gives a fresh look to timeworn boxing posters – while the type’s bold and aggressive style mimics Ali’s in-your-face, no-nonsense attitude.

    For advertising and promotional opportunities go to: greenlightrights.com
    MUHAMMAD ALI and associated marks are trademarks of Muhammad Ali Enterprises LLC © MAE LLC under license with GreenLight LLC.

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