We were commissioned by Notch’s art team to create a series of works that will be used to complement their new visual profile.
Working with Cinema4D and Redshift, we created a set of sculptural artworks that explore tension, balance and contrast. Our intention was to present a set of still images that hold a sense of movement and anticipation.
Notch’s own art team will now showcase the versatility and power of their software by recreating these scenes and renders using only Notch.
We were commissioned by Notch’s art team to create a series of artworks that will be used to complement their new visual profile. For each piece, we designed four distinct rigid body/dynamic simulations, allowing objects to collide and move freely through space. From each simulation, we handpicked one frame out of 600, resulting in a unique composition for each artwork.
Working with Cinema4D and Redshift, we crafted four distinctively themed visual expressions through materials and light. Notch’s own art team will now showcase the versatility and power of their software by recreating these scenes and renders using only Notch.
Composition / movement articulation.
Motion and artwork for Velocity, an event at MWC Barcelona focusing on topics including 5G, 6G, immersive technology and fintech.
Commissioned by GSMA
A series exploring sculptural letterforms made using minimalist, universal objects.
Brand mark visualisation and animation for Tesseract Icons.
Tesseract are creators of new art works inspired by humanity’s archetypes — a new space of ownership, distinction and culture. Partnering with owners of iconic assets through exclusive digital art licenses and joining forces with the most influential artists, fashion designers, musicians, celebrities, and luxury brands to create new, singular digital art.
Commissioned by Leagas Delaney.
One — On
A number series inspired by musical gadgetry.
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Continuum looks at the transitional flow between different pattern configurations through form, light and shadow. At opposite ends, the shapes are perceptibly different, but when adjacent in a continuous sequence, they become more difficult to distinguish from one another. Being able to view the different arrangements in only a transient way becomes interesting in its own right.
This was created as a 1/1 artwork in collaboration with Dalbin.
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4 Cube Dispersion
A study of dispersion within a monochromatic environment.
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