A character animation short featuring the curious Spaceman, his malfunctioning suit and the of course the object of his interest; the elusive Dragoncopterfly!
I've been wanting to dip more inte character animation and this is one of my first piece of this kind so far. Hopefully I'll have time to do more of these in the future!
The sound is holophonic so wear headphones to get the full audio experience as well :)
All motion design and animation is made by me, Johannes Matsson.
Alessandro Alcinesio from the collective "eva!" made the fantastic sound design and music for the piece! You should check out his work at:
And "eva!"s work you can find at:
Also thanks to Dany Leanza for helping out with the voices.
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I just finished my Bachelor project - a short animated trailer for a fictional education tv-series.
The internet has established itself as a repository of knowledge. The lion’s share of the world’s knowledge, experience and information resides on server farms and can be accessed by anyone at any time.
The work focuses on the shift of knowledge onto the internet and a question that arises from that shift: What will we still want to know when all information is permanently available?
The product is a two-minute trailer for an animated series on this theme of the transfer of knowledge. I am responsible for the script, the general form, the coordination of everyone involved and the project realisation.
Through an emotional grandfather/grandson relationship, the trailer illustrates how the transfer of knowledge has changed in the last three generations. At the same time, it deals with the difference between analogue and digital knowledge.
Graphic and realization
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The world is fascinating. People and cultures inspire us. Sadly, the fast paced lifestyles of our generation result in many not taking the necessary step back to soak in the existing world around us. Our goal with this film is to help viewers further appreciate and take notice of the beauty in life & culture that lies within our world...
...so the next time you notice something that strikes you as interesting, stop for a second, start powering on your camera, think about why it's unique, and snap the shot before you miss it. Life is extraordinary. Embrace it.
Production Company: Variable
Post Production/Editorial: The Mill
Directors/Cinematographers: Jonathan Bregel & Khalid Mohtaseb @ Variable
Executive Producers: John Rule & Mike Sutton (@MNS1974)
Producer: Tyler Ginter @ Variable
Line Producer: Viraj Velinker
Phantom Tech: Nick Midwig
The Mill: New York City
Post Production Producers: Dee Allen & Alex Maxwell
Editor: Ryan McKenna
Colourist: Sal Malfitano
Original Score/Sound Design: Salomon Ligthelm - www.ligthelm.tv
Special thanks to the risk takers who helped make this job possible:
Rule Boston Camera - for trusting us with their Phantom Flex - www.Rule.com
Angenieux - for trusting us with their prototype glass - www.Angenieux.com
Space Rabbit is a web development agency which approaches development with scalability, innovation and creativity in mind.
This video series was created when Space Rabbit attended the LigaAC Lab event. This is an educational event, where private companies hold workshops for students who are passionate about programming.
The videos had a specific recruitment purpose and thus we chose to put a great emphasis on the playful, friendly and creative way in which the Space Rabbit team works.
In April 2010 a massive oil spill began in the Gulf. The entire country was glued to the news until the well was capped, and then we forgot about it.
As the year anniversary was approaching I became curious, just how much oil was that exactly? Where would it have gone? What I found was shocking.
So in an effort to further our discussion on oil dependency I created this short animation to help illustrate just how dependent we truly are on oil.
Designed, animated and written by Chris Harmon
Voice Talent: Kim Estes
Music: Billy Perez & Todd Stambaugh
Special Thanks to Daye Rogers and Christy Kurtz
Environmental Protection Agency http://www.epa.gov/
U.S. Energy Information Administration http://www.eia.doe.gov/
Rubber Manufacturers Association http://www.rma.org/about_rma/rubber_faqs/
UPDATE: A few people have mentioned strange things with the audio. I've changed a couple audio settings and hope it fixes any problem people may have had.
"History of the Internet" is an animated documentary explaining the inventions from time-sharing to filesharing, from Arpanet to Internet.
The history is told using the PICOL icons on www.picol.org. You can already download a pre-release of all picol icons on http://blog.picol.org/downloads/icons/
You can see the credits and additional information on this movie on
When you use the internet have you thought just how much energy you're using? This story may give you some idea of just how much energy the wired world sucks down.
Written and voiced by Dan Ilic
Directed and designed by Patrick Clair
This was made for HungryBeast on ABC TV
Executive Producers: Andrew Denton and Anita Jacoby
Produced by: Zapruder's Other Films and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ABC Executive Producer: Sophia Zachariou
Series Producer: Andy Nehl
Post Production Supervisor: Richard Fabb
Chief of Staff/Script Editor: Jon Casimir
Assistant Editor / Tracklay: Vaughan Smith
Audio Post: Evan Horton
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