In May 2012 I was browsing the Web in search of inspiration for a personal project, and I found this amazing declaration of love in form of an info-graphic written by Drake Martinet. I asked his permission to create an animated version, he liked the idea and this is what came out of our collaboration.
The project was an unexpected viral success; it has been viewed more than one million times.
We art directed, designed, and developed this infographics piece for Canal Isabel II, the company in charge of Madrid’s water supply.
This piece was part of a six minute video developed by different studios and produced by lalivingston. Our part explains the process cycle water goes through in La Comunidad de Madrid, from collection through to purification.
'Who are you?' said the Caterpillar.
Discover the answer under the Electric Sky...
The EDC Caterpillar is a 37 foot tall, human-powered, rotating, projection-mapped sculpture. Comissioned by Insomniac Events, the installation has been showcased EDC NY, EDC Las Vegas, and Nocturnal Wonderland. 4 HD video projectors (each on a tower 100 feet away) illuminate the sculpture while software tracks rotation and renders graphics in real-time.
Design / Programming / Content: Todd Moyer Designs
Fabrication Lead / Mechanical Design / Artistic Development: Jonathan Hamilton, Crash Design Studio
Project Manager / Documentarian: Doyle Leeding, Leeding Image Photography
Metal Work: Vince Wong
Encoder Electronics / Firmware: Andy Baker
CNC Carving: Daniels Engraving
Transportation: Vito Sanchez, Night Train Express
CAD Work / Build: Tara Saylor
Build Assistance: George Rodriquez
Publicist: Julie Rasmussen, A Little Birdy Told Me
Special thanks to Ian Oosthuizen, Art Curator for Insomniac Events.
EDC Las Vegas Crew:
Manny Coral, Jonathan Hamilton, Doyle Leeding, Todd Moyer, Fernando Ocampo, Vince Wong, Rocio Zarate
Music "Altitude" by SPL