I recently had the great pleasure to visit Costa Rica with friends and filmed our exploits and adventures. I took all of my film gear on my back (5D, 7D and a couple of Go Pros) I titled it "Get Living" for many reasons but mainly as a suggestion to get out there and enjoy your life to the fullest. It was a fantastic experience documenting that wonderful trip and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.
Director, shooter and editor: Patrick Pierson
with a little help from Lisa;)
A collaboration between me and my dear friend fengda2870, who deserves the largest share of credit for all the work done animating my flame, and their team. You can read about their creative process here http://www.fxysw.com/thread-1611-1-1.html .
Sadly I can't speak Chinese so I hope my translation of their title is fine. Original title is 风荧婆娑 "feng ying po suo".
The base flame is my fractal artwork "Not Here" http://lindelokse.deviantart.com/art/Not-Here-270730178 http://www.behance.net/gallery/3D-Apophysis-Flames/3493803 which parameters I provided to Fengda.
Base Apophysis fractal flame parameters by Chiara Biancheri "Lindelokse" http://lindelokse.deviantart.com/ http://www.behance.net/lindelokse
Animation made by fengda2870 http://fengda2870.deviantart.com/ http://www.fxysw.com
video clips by yunduan
edit: I forgot to mention, soundtrack is Learn To Love Loneliness by Kilowatts!
Green, yellow, black. They are the blood in the veins of Bangalore: the 450.000 rickshaws and their drivers. Knocked together from bits and pieces, decorated, ready for the junk heap or carefully maintained like antique cars, the vehicles are as charismatic as their owners, who brave the monstrous traffic of this metropolis daringly, sleepy, chattering or stoic, making sure the passanger's trip from A to B will be full of memorable experiences.
Based on days of riding around in rickshaws and drawings made locally, this animation captures the tough workaday life of a rickshaw driver, seen through the eyes of a European visitor.
Result of a one month trip to Bangalore, India as part of the project "The Law of the Market" at the University of Arts Berlin Weißensee, 2011
Taipei is home to many well-known landmarks, such as the Taipei 101, the Chang Lai-Shek Memorial, and the Palace Museum. But true Taipei charisma is found in the labyrinthine alleys. But Taipei's character remains to be discovered in the traditions and details of our lifestyles, and it's this minutiae that define us as a city. The city begins with the individuals, and design is inspired by individuality.
In RE-discover, a re-known motion design and animation studio Grass Jelly takes us into the streets and alleys of Taipei City and witnesses 10 designers and design teams in action.
Director Muh Chen’s distinct visual language and fast-paced style brings out the unique aesthetics in the city’s labyrinthine streets and highlights the designers’ insight and ideas in their work, essential elements in taking Taipei towards becoming World Design Capital 2016. Visitors of the pavilion will be surrounded by a seamless wide-screen display, a total virtual immersion, and experience the talents and passions, and drives of Taiwanese designers.