As part of my (Mike Kus) talk at FOWD London 2009 I played this short film. It's sped up footage of me designing my slides for my talk. I showed it because I thought it would interesting to see the design process I went through whilst making them. It also features a lot of footage of slides being designed that never made it to the final slide deck.
You can view the final slides here:
You can view my talk here:
The music I used is a track called Með suð í eyrum by Sigur Ros from their album Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust. It's an amazing record and I suggest you all go out and buy it :)
or buy it here: http://moourl.com/ydh2w
You can view more of my design work at:
***EDIT: What I meant to say was "I was wrong" about how they put it together. Nick and Pas nailed the projection mapping thing. That is all.
So the awesome people over at kingandcountry.tv sent us an email and hooked us up with some behind the scenes stuff for the "Believe" spot that we talked about on this week's episode.
Please feel free to leave us any comments, or leave comments for the dudes at kingandcountry.tv. I'm sure if they're around and see them, they'd be happy to answer any questions, or I can play middle man and send them an email.
So yeah, BIG thanks to the guys at king and country for hooking us up. Go check out all their stuff and love on it!
I decided to record a doodle of a different breed! I spent around 45 mins making this image. I found an image to start with and then just went with it... using google as my image source and photoshop brushes to manipulate the imagery to bring in textures. There ya have it! If people enjoy this maybe i'll do some more in the future!
You’ve spent lots of time, energy, and money making your film, and once it’s done you want make sure it doesn’t end up like a wallflower at the online video party—you need to actively seek out watchers. Vimeo’s Blake Whitman, director Philip Bloom and designer Nick Campbell get down to some serious talk around how to grow and maintain an audience for your work.