This video is a collaboration between electronic artist and DJ Max Cooper with Cornus Ammonis and Morgan Beringer. The visuals were created using pattern formations and models of the mathematics of living systems using ideas created by Alan Turing.
The mesmerising track is from Max Cooper's new EP entitled Chromos. See other incredible videos on Max's website and on Vimeo. See links below.
Buy Chromos here...
From the Chromos EP - released 26 May [MESH]
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Video by Cornus Ammonis and Morgan Beringer
I had the opportunity recently to collaborate with the very talented design Dermot Rushe on a magazine feature for the PFA Magazine '4theplayer'. For those that don't know what PFA stands for, it's 'The Professional Footballers Association'. Dermot wanted to do 5 double page spreads showcasing the 'greatest gear of 2017'. The brief was pretty loose, I was given a list of the products per pages and the style required, it was certainly challenging but great to be pushing myself artistically. It was also a welcome change from the architectural style, I'm used to.
Anyway have a look and see what you think.
Credits to Dermot Rushe - Art Director, Barry Makariou - Photographer and Gary Stuckey - Retoucher.
A film that blew me away recently for it's photo-realistic CGI is 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'. I was amazed at how the artists gave the apes so much personality and emotion, you can really connect with the characters. I definitely recommend watching this film.
There is also a great essay on the production of the previous film 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' on CGSociety (http://www.cgsociety.org/index.php/CGSFeatures/CGSFeatureSpecial/rise_of_the_planet_of_the_apes). If you are interested in learning how they achieved these effects then you should read it!