Motion Graphics: Anyware

With a lush electronic landscape and an appropriately matched digitally-animated video, “Anyware” by Motion Graphics rides upon electro-pop elements with jazz-like tendencies. The debut solo project of Joe Williams, Motion Graphics’ tracks were all made with custom randomized software instruments. The album was produced between NY, LA, and Baltimore over the course of two years, and Williams attention to detail at every juncture is ever-present. …

Garson Yu: The Interactive New York (T.I.N.Y.)

Layers of audio and visuals create a reactionary site-specific installation at NYC's Pier 57

As the founder and creative director of yU+co, a renowned LA-based studio specialized in film title sequences, Garson Yu knows a thing or two about telling a story in a matter of minutes. Yu’s creative expertise usually graces the silver screen, but for the first site-specific installation in a series of interventions taking place at NYC’s Pier 57 this summer, the motion graphics guru will …

Ricardo Filomeno

Papercraft becomes motion graphic-inspired art

Having just sold his first framed piece and a short-film project getting underway, Sao Paulo-based Ricardo Filomeno is poised to turn his whimsical papercraft hobby into a profession. Filomeno and his girlfriend, art director Carol Bella, who also works with the medium in her free time, are collaborating on an experimental papercraft horror amusement park project. Inspired by The Funhouse, the short film will employ …