Motion Graphics

The art of creating moving illustrations for film titles, instructional sequences, montages—the list goes on. Think of it as graphic art in motion. The creator may use still images, video clips, text, sound and other elements. The aim is to create a succinct, powerful and memorable viewing experience to illustrate a concept.

“THE JULIAN PARADOX” MAIN TITLE
Julius Caesar caught in a time warp, winding up in World War 2 England and meeting a reincarnation of his deceased daughter?! Yes, that was the subject of an experimental film produced recently. We were asked to design and execute a main title sequence for this movie, which would encompass both the characters and the background of this out-of-the-box story. Here is what we came up with.

MOVE IT!
Creating motion graphics purely from still images is one of the interesting challenges we face daily. Below are just two examples. The propellers of the plane and the blades of the pinwheel toy were all animated from still images.

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