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London Loop
I spotted this fun motion graphic over on Herbert Frost’s blog, who translated the German calligraphy notes that I posted yesterday (thanks again Herbert!)
The above animation, by Al Boardman, is part of a longer 100 second film called ‘8 Great things to do in London’. The British designer’s blog is full of cool little animations, some for fun, some part of wider projects.
What is equally impressive is his achievements as a rock climber and mountaineer:

Al has summitted several previously unclimbed mountains. One of which is in Central Asia and, in an interview with the BBC, revealed that he was naming the peak after his grandmother. The rest of Al’s family are still waiting for him to make more first ascents and to name the peaks after them, which is awkward.


This is a fantastic animation

typeworship:

London Loop

I spotted this fun motion graphic over on Herbert Frost’s blog, who translated the German calligraphy notes that I posted yesterday (thanks again Herbert!)

The above animation, by Al Boardman, is part of a longer 100 second film called ‘8 Great things to do in London’. The British designer’s blog is full of cool little animations, some for fun, some part of wider projects.

What is equally impressive is his achievements as a rock climber and mountaineer:

Al has summitted several previously unclimbed mountains. One of which is in Central Asia and, in an interview with the BBC, revealed that he was naming the peak after his grandmother. The rest of Al’s family are still waiting for him to make more first ascents and to name the peaks after them, which is awkward.

This is a fantastic animation

design-is-fine
The entry sequence to this movie. The introduction of the city… so amazing. Every time I see it I am convinced we have left behind some of the most brilliant special effects art in cinema… for the easier and less impressive CG that we see today. Nothing ever beats real. And the team behind Blade Runner created something so tangible.. you can believe it. And it looks just as fresh today as it did in 1982.

design-is-fine:

Blade Runner by Ridley Scott, production design, 1982. The Tyrell Corporation model piece. Illustrations by Syd Mead, who did the initial concept illustration for the film and also designed many of the vehicles. See more: eldestandonly