Big data. Small data. Cyberthreats and Cybersecurity. Giant themes that are far reaching into everyones lives.
Meet Oylo. The protector and defender software company that is providing cutting edge technology to assure data will not fail us.
Barcelona Brand Agency, Mucho briefed Trizz co-founder and director Oriol Puig to visually describe the technological nuances that their client Oylo provides.
Their story premise: Keep out the bad. Protect essential infrastructures crucial to maintaining a functioning society.
Trizz studio’s Story Driven Branding methodology:
Presented with a powerpoint technical document that also served as a design kick-starter, Trizz co-founder Oriol Puig and CG art director Alex Martin translated the agency concept into one of the most nefarious, metaphoric and explicative films to date - in order to describe cyberattacks and how Oylo keeps us all safer. Fully in line with the release of Oylo’s new interactive website, the film follows the principles of good and bad, but takes the visuals into a realm on par with feature film level direction with pure cgi effects.
The brand story, relevance and 3d design converge with fascination; portraying nightmarish particle animation and soothing female voiceover narrating just how effective the product is. The film is a one of a kind, feeding from the daring new corporate design, as well as visually explaining exactly how the product consistently wins over cyberattackers.
At Trizz studio we work hard to make stories that matter, developing and providing results that consumers can relate to beyond the 30 second flash messages regularly seen on tv. Rather, we craft stories that are memorable, fascinating, beautiful (and sometimes crucial) to watch again and again, whilst providing content opportunities that can be shared with intriguing and informing details about quality products and brands which make a real difference.
Creative Director: Marc Català
Director: Oriol Puig
Art Direction: Oriol Puig & Alex Martín
Creative and Art Development: Laura Ibáñez
Executive Producer: Chris Vulpi
Head of Production: Albert García Vila
Music Composition and Sound Design: John Black, CypherAudio
VO recording: OIDO
Simulation/Lighting/Rendering: Alex Martín
Additional Art Direction and Research: Laura Ibáñez
Editing: Oriol Puig , Marc Soria
Online Mastering: Mikel Gomez
2016 Visual Music Award - Frankfurt, DE
2016 Honorary Mention - Punto y Raya Festival - ZKM, Karlsruhe, DE
2015 Vimeo Staff Pick
The nine virtual sculptures underlying vitreous resulted from experimental setups by Robert Seidel for generating three-dimensional clusters of fibrous refractions, as well as the gravitational lensing of different volumetric and chromatic densities. Singular elements gravitate towards each other, accumulating in a gigantic sculptural system, where each entity exists with its own visual axis and vanishing point. The impalpable luminous formations create prismatic interactions between the ridges and plateaux of the main colours floating in front of the infinite violet background.
The multilayered, continuously expanding and decaying system is driven by semi-chaotic processes with localized impulses and their speculative chain reactions. In the spectrum of these possible movements, each singular sculpture becomes an integral component of the whole pictorial force-field. In its asymmetrical orchestration and multitude of spatial-temporal interactions, the abstract-organic images are close in appearance to the concepts of “moving paintings” and “living sculptures” Seidel develops for more than a decade now.
Originally vitreous was conceived as a media façade artwork of 80 × 24 × 14 Meters (Target City Lights, Minneapolis, USA, 2012). It later developed in a large-scale projection of 4 × 14 Meters (German Filmmuseum, Frankfurt, Germany, 2015). The short film released in December 2015 features a music score exclusively composed by Nikolai von Sallwitz.
This animation is a students' project which shows the process of burning various materials. Expressed by lots of detailed close-ups, the film rather shows the spectacular movement of the small glowing pieces which fulminating come to life in an exciting way. The basic theme was to animate non-moving objects in order to breathe new life into them.
Concept, filming and postpro (cutting, animation, grading) made by Kristin Müller and me.
Audio Design made by me.
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS AND NOMINATIONS:
- Crossing Europe Filmfestival Linz/Austria: Local Artists 2014
- Plein la Bobine - Youth Film Festival, La Bourboule/France: Panorama Section 2014
- 30. International Shortfilmfestival Hamburg/Germany: NoBudget Competition 2014
- Film Sreening at Cinema Next - Young Austrian Cinema, Linz/Austria 2014
Over the past few weeks I've been working on an experimental project called Abstract Reaction. a film about style and exploration of different representations of a spherical form. By using different methods and textures (Particles,liquid,smoke etc...) I tried to make every representation unique with its own dynamic and animation in an abstract way, without losing a round shape. My goal was to see how far I could go with a simple concept and I came up with 50, but for editing purposes and in order to stay dynamic, I preferred to show only 21 however I will show the others in a breadown or a tutorial.
Thank you and I hope that you’ll enjoy it
Direction / Animation/ Design by Mehdi Hadi
Soundtrack: “Minimalism” by Fugu vibes
3D: Cinema 4D, Realflow, TurbulenceFD
Renderer: Octane Render,
Compositing: After Effects,