The Cube

A beautiful example of how projection mapping can still be relevant. In this performance called Hakanaï, dancers are in complete synchronicity with the 3D space around them, playing with the graphics as if they were solids or simply moving to their rhythm. View the video below.   Share on Facebook


This experimental video by Johannes Timpernagel is an abstract sequence of computer generated graphics with an 80′s influence. The pace is fast and the clip contains a multitude of complex compositions that you can barely appreciate while viewing. I suggest you explore frame by frame! Music by Skyence et Audionerve. Share on Facebook


Candas Sisman created this video (image and sound) for the Plato Art Space’s “Ilhan Koman Hulda” Festival in Istanbul. This piece is a beautiful kinetic art inspired 3D animation, a continuous morph of organic and architectural shapes. Share on Facebook

Atlas Air

The new Massive Attack video directed by Edouard Salier is a journey into a world where darkness and violence have taken over society. Follow this supernatural rabbit running though it all until collapse. An interesting stylistic exercise where 3D animation, polygon characters, and footage combine. Share on Facebook


The Flash On The Beach conference trailer or opening credits was created by Nando Costa. It is a beautiful organic sequence, playing with metallic substances and magnetism to evoke concepts of attraction and repulsion, a metaphor for all these designers coming together during this event yet competing against one another in the real world. Share [...]

Unhappy Slap

CyberMentors is an organization that brings young people together so they can help and support one another. As part of the campaign Unhappy Slap to get rid of bullying, CyberMentors created this app where you can become the victim in a video, using face mapping technology. The result is not great, but the intention is. [...]

Waiting for the End

Linkin Park’s new music video for the song “Waiting for the End” is simply incredible. Directed by one of the group members, Joe Hahn, it is digitally inspired, merging the human spectre with sound waves into some parallel universe. Great song too. Share on Facebook

Building Mapping

We are seeing more and more incredible projection art these days, whether it is performed on building on during show in venues (a good example is Lepage’s contribution to Cirque du Soleil’ latest show). I just came across so impressive projection by Evan Grant for the IAC. It was projected on their actual headquarter building [...]

Bristish Fashion Awards – Animations

ManvsMachine, a UK-based studio, created animations to help present the nominations at the British Fashion Awards ceremony. The results are slick 3D sequences where couture related objects sort of dance and for kaleidoscopic compositions reminiscent of classical architecture or sculpture. Share on Facebook

Light Painting with iPad

BERG is a UK-based agency that likes to push the boundaries of technologies, mixing the digital and physical into innovative expressions. Their last experiment, in collaboration with Dentsu, uses the iPad and stop-motion to create 3D imagery, moving the device in space and taking multiple pictures until an image forms itself. Check out the rest [...]

3D Abstraction

Tim Borgmann is a digital artist from Germany who builds these incredible organic  compositions. It is the result of human imagination and software power. Creativity and complex mathematical calculations can result in beautiful things. Share on Facebook


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