“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.” –Isaac Asimov
‘Fallen’ was conceived/directed/animated by Wolfram Kampffmeyer and Sascha Geddert. David Christiansen and Sebastian Nozon pitched in their talents as well, handling the music/sound and compositing duties respectively.
NSFW Warning: If you (or your employer) are offended at line-drawings of naughty bits you might want to pass on this one.
Berlin-based motion artist Alexander Gellner expertly condenses the confusing cacophony of changes that define puberty into a single minute of tight animation. Music and sound design comes courtesy of Niklas A Kröger.
“A short abstract movie dealing with nature and maritime creatures, metamorphosis and transformation – it connects art and science. Strong emphasis on sound, related to the idea of visual music.”
Silke Sieler, a German ‘motion graphics designer’, created this video as his diploma thesis for his studies in media design at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz. I sure hope he got top marks because it’s really, really good. Music by Apparat.
Hey! Look! It’s high-speed footage of floating paint! You’re welcome. :)
Directed by Johann Coors and Siggi Kuckstein; editing and compositing by MIchael Koch and Michael Lüben; top-flight music and sound design by Kian Djialili. Sehr gut, meine Freunde!
When GeigerCounter submitted this video for our perusal he said that it was, “a perfect blend of psychedelic animation and music, a must-see for any good trip.” We agree! It’s watchables like this that inspired the creation of The Tripatorium™ so keep ‘em coming!
German animator, Matthias Müller, created this marvelous reactive animation to accompany Denny Schneidemesser‘s orchestral piece, ‘Entering The Stronghold’. Best served with the lights dimmed and volume up. He was even kind enough to offer a link to download a higher quality version of the video...cheers, Matthias!
See more of Mr. Müller’s top-flight creations on his Vimeo page.
A simple idea painstakingly executed by German filmmaker, Tilman Singer. Well done!