Motion Design – an abbreviation for Motion Graphics Design is the art of using graphic design and putting it motion with the use of visual effects, audio and animation in film making, video production or multimedia presentations. Every month, we will be featuring of the best motion design works done by motion graphics artists from around the world to keep you engaged and inspired.
You can have your motion design works featured in YDJ. We have a growing audience and we’re pretty sure our audience don’t mind giving you some attention and credibility for your piece.
Submitted by Manon Sailly
Hi! My name is Manon Sailly. I grew up in the north of France and my mum is a fairy. When I was growing up, she liked to tell me urban legends around the fireplace during the winter times. Our house was protected by these tales. And everyone inside was carefree and walked on clouds. For me this feeling was magical and a seed was planted. I want to be a storyteller when I grow up. I want to transport people to a dream world.
Submitted by Roman Kälin
On – Cyclon
Cyclon is On’s recyclable running shoe made from beans, engineered for a more sustainable future. We created this shoe from the ground up and worked closely together with the designers and engineers at On to bring this shoe to life. The animation embraces the concept of circularity and recycling of naturally sourced materials.
Direction & Production: Roman Kaelin
Effects & Animation: Roman Kaelin, Florian Baumann
Modeling: Gianluca Ravioli
Surfacing & Lighting: Linus Schneider, Roman Kaelin
Compositing: Roman Kaelin, Pascal Schelbli
Created at PULK
Sound Design: Echoic
On Head of Marketing: Alex Griffin
On Creative Lead: Jonatan O. Akay
On Art Director: Dennis-Kyōsuke Ginsig
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