Rimiyoho is a light painting project by visual artist Fernando Sica.
He performs live using an iPad and Tagtool app to illustrate and animate in real time, using buildings or stages as a canvas, exploring ephemeral art in motion.
Rimiyoho has performed in cultural and commercial events, collaborating also with musicians, dj´s and dancers, spreading light and color.
Music by Naked Geometry, Song: Fancy, Album: Cage of Spheres
A modern samurai encounters a huge tentacle. They fight.
Armed with a sliver of downtime, we decided to make something for ourselves. We wanted to push our cel character animation in a character-driven piece—in this case, a story about a dreamer who battles to the death with his lunch. Cel animation works its way into most of our projects, but we've never relied on it as the sole animation method through the entirety of a piece. Tako Faito was a chance to do it!
Creative & Story: Henrique Barone, Rafael Mayani, Jay Grandin, Jorge Canedo Estrada
Producer: Cory Philpott
Illustration: Rafael Mayani
Cel Animation: Henrique Barone
Animation Cleanup: Rafael Mayani
Compositing: Matt James
Music & Sound Design: CypherAudio
VJ Suave has two audiovisual tricycles adapted with a projector, computer, speakers and
batteries. They’re used so that the small narratives with characters and poetry can travel open spaces, lighting the walls on a large scale. The projections illuminate walls, trees, lakes, sidewalks and propose a playful interactivity with the public.
With the video manipulated in real time, Suaveciclos bring art to all audiences and create unique moments between the city and the viewer.
In their playful universe, vjsuave deals with current themes with ambience sound accompanying the performance.
The project participated in film and music festivals in countries like Russia, Germany, Luxemburgo and Slovakia. In Brazil they travel to cities like Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre and São Paulo.
App used in workshop: Tagtool.
Music: Nervous Tension by Lemon Jelly, Beats 4 Dilla by Shigeto & Mux Mool