Filed under: Film, Inspiring Artists, Typography | Tags: Conceptual Art, Film, Kinetic Typograghy, Lawrence Weiner, Motion Graphics
Our latest brief set us the task of creating a short animated film containing Kinetic Typography (Typography which appears in time to speech). First we researched to find a short speech by a creative practitioner whose words we found inspiring. For me this was Lawrence Weiner, and what he talks about during an interview with Debbie Millman. Not only am I a massive fan of his work, but felt it fell perfectly to my vision of words appearing in footage.
So I took his style of typography, and gave it life. I spent a weekend shooting footage, and a day and a half editing the film and sound, before finally creating the animation. I’ve been without a laptop for a week and a half which is why it was slightly rushed but I’m quite pleased with the outcome.
Filed under: Inspiring Artists | Tags: Illustrator, Inspiration, Nina Chakrabarti
I spent most of Tuesday working with London based Nina Chakrabarti.
She is a wonderful illustrator who has worked with the likes of Mazda and Marks and Spencers. With a very original and lovely style to her work you should should have a look at her website by clicking on the image
IT’S NOT HOW GOOD YOU ARE, IT’S HOW GOOD YOU WANT TO BE
This is a book I bought a few weeks ago by Paul Arden for 5 pounds. Paul Arden is of course the Advertising God and former creative director of Saatchi and Saatchi.
Although this sounds like a self help book, I can assure you that I have no idea if its anything like a self help book seeing as I am yet to read one. What I can say though, is that the ideas within it have been very helpful to me. Obvious as many of the ideas may seem, reading them in a book by someone like Arden, and with the way he explains each point really put things into perspective.
Heres a few of my favourite pages:
Its a Short book, with lots in it. I’d recommend it to anyone, not just designers.