Originally described as a “post-digital culture festival,” OFFF has since transformed into something much larger and more enigmatic. More than just an event, it serves as a means of connecting scores of brilliant artists, while inspiring, creating and teaching artists all over the world.
You have NO idea what awaits you at OFFF Barcelona 2015, let’s just say that Onesize and Signalnoise are planning to make their Main Titles Premiere super memorable. They warn you to reserve your seats at OFFF Barcelona, just saying!
Here’s a recap of what a three-day-journey seemed like at OFFF Barcelona 2014. Thank you all for being there and for another wonderful experience, see you next year! Filmed and Edit by Fruit Jelly Films
If you booked your place at OFFF 2015 festival than consider the video below as a spoiler of what to expect from the largest media design festival in Europe. Leading digital artist Joshua Davis, the veteran of the OFFF festival comes back to Barcelona with his epic new work “The Deepest of Space“.
Credit: Director: Autofuss Creative Director: Bradley G Munkowitz Director of Photography: Joe Picard Producer: Andrew Devansky
Despite the Russian-sounding name, Laika is an American stop-motion animation company based in Oregon. You probably know their name from 2009’s Coraline, which they produced, and earlier this year they released The Boxtrolls.
Territory, a studio located in London, has been the responsible for something in the latest Marvel Studios’ movies that most of the public won’t appreciate that much, but for us, as designers, it’s a big part of these movies: UI Design.
Michelle Phillips and Johannes Conrad, founders of YUKIKO, are known to present design with visual sensibility and fine execution. The duo work across multiple disciplines from art direction and graphic design to photography and video with conceptual thinking at the core.
Sometimes you watch a video on Vimeo that is so unbelievably awesome, you just have to know more about it. You need to know how they pulled off that sweet effect, where their crazy ideas came from, or even what kind of camera they used.
Momoco’s title sequence for NBC’s flagship drama. Streams of blood or chianti churn and entwine together forming the heads of the characters. We end on Hannibal’s portrait, the only figure with his eyes open, the only one in total control.
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