My top 3 inspired Motion Projects in 2012

Here are 3 Motion Projects that inspire me in 2012. You can see other projects on my Pinterest.
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Good Books “Metamorphosis”
Director: Buck
Music & Sound Design: Antfood
Client: Good Books
Agency: String Theory

We dug through the darkest recesses of our minds and studio to create original music and sound design for this Buck masterpiece. Working with squirming, analog-tape leeches, moaning coeds, screaming guitar goats, and brain-exploding psychedelia, we were certainly in our element. Plus, it’s always fun to rock out and get a little weird for a good cause!

Good Books, an online bookseller, passes all of its profits through to Oxfam. Our hats go off to Buck and String Theory.

Enjoy the trip!


Speed Of Light
Director: The Theory

The world’s smallest all action police chase…
Directed By The Theory
The tiniest police chase ever seen, made using the world’s smallest ‘pocket video projectors’. Featuring an escaped convict, a determined cop and a fully armed police helicopter, Speed of Light takes ‘projection mapping’ to a whole new (and low) level.
Speed of Light was all projected and filmed FOR REAL – there’s no CGI trickery.
– The car and helicopter are toys bought from a model shop filmed against greenscreen.
– As well as using the world’s smallest projectors from MicroVision, we also partially filmed using the world’s smallest HD camera.
And a Special thank you to Microvision for the projectors –


The Chase
Director: Philippe Gamer

A story about the art of aging….enjoy 🙂
If you want to see the girls back, check out Kickstarter campaign, and spread the words…

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