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LIST OF STUDENTS’ FILMS PROJECTED DURING THE FESTIVAL


CONTENT VIDEO-CLIP ART & EXPERIMENTAL

INTERACTIVE TYPOGRAPHY MOVIE TITLES VISUAL INFORMATION


VIDEO-CLIP


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Katherine Meng Playtime

Description

A title sequence for Jacques Tati’s Playtime that follows one of the main themes, the lack of human interaction in a modern city. Each individual scene was printed onto acetate so that the reflection mimics an office building. This style emphasizes a modern city’s sterile environment while the animations and type transform the experience of space.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

01:30:00 Music

Finding a Leaf In Your Girlfriend’s Hair by Lullatone Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Ian Cox SOS

Description

This music video was created under the helpful direction of Prof. Franz Werner for a music video class in 2008. Franz encouraged us to shoot content in camera and work with tactile materials. Looking back on the project It’s easy to critique myself especially in the areas of my technical ability. What still works for me and what I find most interesting about the piece is the opening scene. It is a simple transition without the use of digital software and I think that is why it it’s still successful. As the water fills the bottle, the liquid magnifies and distorts the text in order to making legible a phrase that is related to the materials and the process.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

02:58:00 Music

Message in a Bottle Year

2011

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Cavan Huang Goethe

Description

This was a stage-photography project created for Prof. Franz Werner’s Photo-Graphics course at Rhode Island School of Design. It’s a visual transcription of an excerpt from Goethe: On Truth And Error.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

No info Music

Professor Alexander Hartdegen — from The Time Machine — by Klaus Badelt, Ball — from Plunkett and Macleane by Craig Armstrong Year

2002 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Christopher Lo Here Goes Nothing

Description

Done for a visual dialogue project, the video works with obscuring and revealing of forms to depict internal dialogue and emotion. The song itself, Here Goes Nothing was written in a week for the project as a simple, piano and vocal — only composition.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

No info Music

Original Here Goes Nothing Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Liat Werber

The Conformistz

Description

Assigned work created for Music Video class taught by Prof. Franz Werner.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

02:15:00 Music

Ned by The Number 23 Year

2010 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Katarzyna Jendrośka Islands

Description

Poetry in motion-video-clip for The XX song — Islands, combines physical, sensual and digital reality.

School

Academy of Fine Arts Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

02:41:00 Music

Islands by The XX Year

2010 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Tomasz Strojecki mr

Description

Short video-clip for KoRn — Twisted Transistor song.

School

Academy of Fine Arts Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

01:57:00 Music

Twisted Transtistor by KoRn Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Joe Oak Rhythm

Description

Visually represent the rhythm of a musical piece.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:25:00 Music

Hauschka Year

2013 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Jörg Barton I’ll Kill Her

Description

The music video I’ll kill her visualizes the train of thought of the singer who sings about her feelings after a failed relationship. Inspired by the branchlike look of neurons, which play an important role in the forming of thought, negative thoughts are illustrated with dead and leafless branch structures and sentences. In contrast to the dead and dull branches, positives dreams, hopes and beautiful memories are visualized with playful and organic forms that resemble kitschy adornments.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja Stöffler Time

No info Music

Soko Year

2009 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Martin Speidel

Take this spell from me

Description

Take This Spell From Me is an animated music video for the artist Lowstar. The clip deals with topics creativity, community, life and decay. Contextually and formally, the music video is structured by the seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter. In the center of the story is an apple tree in an orchard — but without fruit. The animation is digital but also supposed to create the impression of a stopmotion animation.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja StĂśffler Time

No info Music

Lowstar by Andreas Single Year

2009 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Aljoscha MĂźller

Thou Shalt Always Kill!

Description

Being honest the original idea was to just create a KICK-ASS Motion graphic music video. The only thing I knew at this Point was that it had to be in 2D and mostly typography and it had to follow a minimalistic and consistent visual concept but still be dynamic, funny and entertaining.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja StĂśffler Time

No info Music

No info Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Zuzanna Szyszak

Pożegnanie Małego Wojownika (A Farewell to the Little Warrior)

Description

A videoclip to the song of Polish-Danish born contemporary author and singer Czesław Mozil. A story of the one of millions boys who believed in politician’s declarations and joined their armies. Young heros. They fight. They die. Broken. Eaten by the monster of war.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

04:21:00

Awards

I Prize in the Category of Multimedia, X International Students Graphic Design Biennale AGRAFA 2012 • YACH for the Best Animated Videoclip, 21. YACH FILM FESTIVAL

Music

Czesław Śpiewa Pożegnanie Małego Wojownika Year

2011

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Video-clip

Anna Kaczanowska

Nirvana Smell like teen spirit

Description

Project Typography and Sound’ is a short rhythmic animation. The projection reflects the character of music properties.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:23:00 Music

Smell like teen spirit by Nirvana Year

2012

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ART & EXPERIMENTAL


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

June Shim

Constantine

Description

Typographic reinterpretation of a film Constantine (2005). Assigned work created for Type + Image in Motion class taught by Prof. Franz Werner.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

01:23:00 Music

Fragment of Constantine Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Daniel Forsman

This Moment (T채m채 hetki)

Description

During the 3rd-year Typography course, the students where asked to write a short narrative on the topic Moment and then create a dynamic interpretation of the text.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Tero Juuti, Prof. Saku Hein채nen Time

No info Music

Futura by Battles Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Lauri Hassi, Mikko Hovi

Hissi — the o-experiment

Description

No info

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Michael Segers Time

No info Music

No info Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Wesley Chau

The Sound of Music

Description

A response to the classic 1965 musical film. An exploration of emotion through movement, projected type, and the notion of veiled perception. The intention was to represent the understated darkness of the story that is often masked by the joy and vigor of the music.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

No info Time

03:34:00 Music

Sampled content from the motion picture The Sound of Music Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Safa Hovinen

Twenty-six Characters — a dynamic book cover

Description

Dynamic interpretation of existing book cover.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Tero Juuti, Prof. Ewa Satalecka, Prof. Tarja Nieminen Time

No info Music

No info Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Antton Nuotio

Papillon — a dynamic book cover

Description

Dynamic interpretation of existing book cover.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Tero Juuti, Prof. Ewa Satalecka, Prof. Tarja Nieminen Time

No info Music

No info Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Wesley Chau FIN

Description

An exploration of line, color, depth, and motion while utilizing analog and digital methods.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

No info Time

01:22:00 Music

Feel Like I Do by Vanilla Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Kane Hall FIN

Description

Giving energy to static letters through exploration of light and editing.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

00:37:00 Music

Kane Hall Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Eva Eskelinen, Vilma Lappalainen Ty i ja — a dynamic magazine cover

Description

Dynamic interpretation of existing magazine cover.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Tero Juuti, Prof. Ewa Satalecka, Prof. Tarja Nieminen Time

No info Music

No info Year

2010 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Vilma Hirvonen

Alice in Wonderland — a dynamic book cover

Description

Dynamic interpretation of existing book cover.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, FInland Project Guardian

Prof. Tero Juuti, Prof. Ewa Satalecka, Prof. Tarja Nieminen Time

No info Music

No info Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Jingjing Cao

Quote of the day

Description

Slab-serif letters in a standard keyboard’s arrangement spring up as they are used to form the quote, If I had nine fingers missing, I would not type slower. The accompanying dictation corresponds to the location of the key, i.e. it indicates whether the letter is in the top, middle, or bottom row of the keyboard.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

No info Time

00:41:00 Music

Self-recorded sounds Year

2013 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Jan Duda EINAI

Description

A project aiming to present the phrase einai’ consisting of a poster and an animation. The phrase to be has many different meanings and exists in many languages. The purpose of the project was to show the ambiguity of to be.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:41:00 Music

No info Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Katarzyna Olszewska EINAI

Description

This project is a visual interpretation of the world to be which shows common meaning characteristics of einai-być-esse (to be). Einai is the most basic word around the world and exists in the same meaning in every language. To be in language is as important as water for life on the Earth. Einai built from water drops shows how significant is this word in our society.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:23:00 Music

FreeSounds.org Year

2013 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Jan Duda

Metaphysics

Description

The purpose of the project was to focus on word meanings through synesthetic association. For instance, the word passed can be associated with disappearing, and this is portrayed graphically as blurring to a grey stain.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:00:00 Music

No info Year

2013 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Katarzyna Olszewska, Dominika Jastrzębowska Pulp Fiction Dialogue

Description

Typographic animation of a dialogue from the movie Pulp Fiction.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:00:00 Music

Dialogue from teh movie Pulp Fiction Year

2010 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Gražina Komarovska Transcoding

Description

Transcoding — the key between two different symbol systems, between font and text code (Braille, Morze code). Prefix Trans means displacement, or division of some space. Trans can also be associated with trance — a state of ecstasy. Code — a system of symbols and signs designed to transfer, hide, process and store information. For changing font (transcoding) into code, matter’s and antimatter’s interaction in physics medium was selected (particle physics): antimatter is equal to matter in respect of mass, but their charges are opposite; gravity keeps matter and antimatter in one point for a certain amount of time; when the matter and antimatter collides, explosion happens, and it is turned into pure energy.

School

Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania Project Guardian

Prof. Robertas Jucaitis Time

04:18:00 Music

Soundtrack Swan by American band Jane (Berserker album, 2005) Year

2012

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Radosław Rowicki

Constellation typeface

Description

Introduction to my own typeface called Constellation.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:36:00 Music

The Hacker — Electronic Snowflakes Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Kinga Limanowska Lokomotywa

Description

Dynamic interpretation of Julians’ Tuwim poem Lokomotywa.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

03:19:00 Music

Filip Kulik Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

70


Art and Experimental

Katarzyna Jendrośka

Miłosz — Na miejscu Stwórcy

Description

Poetry in motion created to celebrate Czesław Miłosz Year.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

03:43:00 Music

Moonlight Flit by Ruins Tape Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

72


Art and Experimental

Joachim Fusiecki i Weronika Chmielewska Dialogue

Description

Dynamic subtitles to the part of soundtrack from The Shining.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:04:00 Music

Soundtrack from Stanley Kubrick’s film The Shining Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Zuzanna Walaa EINAI

Description

My interpretation of the word einai — to be For me, to be means to live. This is why I represented the lifetime of one person. It starts as an e and dies as an i.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:21:00 Music

freesounds.org Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Joachim Fusiecki Ident

Description

A short hand-drawn animation of my personal font and logo.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Olga Wroniewicz Time

00:21:00 Music

All Night by Parov Stelar Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

78


Art and Experimental

Radosław Skonieczny Metafizyka

Description

My own improvisation of poem Wisławy Szymborskiej. There is is also a dual screen display version.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:55:00 Music

No info Year

2013 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Magdalena Nosek Metafphisics

Description

A visual interpretation of Wisława Szymborska’s poem.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:03:00 Music

Rain by Lanae Lumien Year

2013 Back to content

81


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

82


Art and Experimental

Max Lasocki Mr XY

Description

Paper letters + light + camera.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:35:00 Music

Any type of way by Kraz Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

84


Art and Experimental

Joachim Fusiecki My name

Description

Animation game with shadows of the first three letters of my name.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:00:35 Music

The Pan Piper by Miles Davis Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

86


Art and Experimental

Joachim Fusiecki Name

Description

Animaton of the first three letters of my name.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:00:20 Music

Caprice no.24 by Niccolo Paganini Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

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Art and Experimental

Maciej Baranowski Ecodom

Description

An advertisement of a company Eco-dom with animated typography.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:00:48 Music

Charming Life by Di Evantile Year

2013 Back to content

89


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

90


Art and Experimental

Maciej Baranowski Haco Sans

Description

A short presentation of Haco Sans, pixel font designed during typography classes.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:30:00 Music

Sound Effects Year

2012 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

92


Art and Experimental

Maciej Baranowski Typonary

Description

Typonary — words as images. My intention was to show the meaning of the word by manipulating letters.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

none Time

01:32:00 Music

Sound Effects Year

2013 Back to content

93


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

94


Art and Experimental

Ryan Duda Calvino

Description

Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities — Typographic Experiment.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

02:57:00 Music

Curtesy by ATB Year

2005 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

96


Art and Experimental

Chris Antonellis, Laura Allegretto, Brian Foley, RJ Foley, Madison Gillis, Chloe Pressman, Eric Lund, Maggie Walker

Gospel

Description

Modular movie by team of students: Chris Antonellis, Laura Allegretto, Brian Foley, RJ Foley, Madison Gillis, Chloe Pressman, Eric Lund, Maggie Walker.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

01:44:00 Music

Dalmais by Camille Year

2011 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

98


Art and Experimental

Gerald Jimenez Him

Description

Personal statement by Gerald Jimenez (die-cut typography, light, video).

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

02:20:00 Music

Broken by Social Scene Year

2006 Back to content

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

100


Art and Experimental

Alyssa Almeida Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:34:00 Music

Anamanaguchi Year

2012

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

102


Art and Experimental

Daniel Forni Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:26:00 Music

Bride of Frankenstein Year

2012

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103


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

104


Art and Experimental

Jason Beniamin Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Lisa Rosowsky Time

00:23:00 Music

Jen & Soda Year

2011

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105


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

106


Art and Experimental

Ryan Boye

Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Lisa Rosowsky Time

00:25:00 Music

Ronald Jenkees Year

2011

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107


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

108


Art and Experimental

Matt Brimicombe Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:21:00 Music

Paper Route Year

2012

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109


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

110


Art and Experimental

Kyle Gideon Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:30:00 Music

Tartine De Contrebasse by Igorrr Year

2012

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111


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

112


Art and Experimental

Nina Lilliebjerg-Heder Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:33:00 Music

George va Lentin by Ludovic Bource Year

2012

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113


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

114


Art and Experimental

Steve Hickey

Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Heather Shaw Time

00:41:00 Music

Jimmy James by The Beastie Boys Year

2009

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

116


Art and Experimental

Tony Leung

Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Heather Shaw Time

00:40:00 Music

Blue Train by Asian Kung Fu Generation Year

2009

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

118


Art and Experimental

Zach McCarthy Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Lisa Rosowsky Time

00:28:00 Music

Bassnectar by Bass Head Year

2011

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119


MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

120


Art and Experimental

Heather Mendonca Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Katherine Hughes Time

00:26:00 Music

Young Folks byPeter Bjorn and John Year

2011

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MoTyF — International Students’ Moving Type Festival

122


Art and Experimental

Phil Pham

Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Katherine Hughes Time

00:38:00 Music

Kids by MGMT Year

2011

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Art and Experimental

Alec Sibilia Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:30:00 Music

Justice byGenesis Year

2012

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Art and Experimental

Chris Skinner Onomatopoeia

Description

The Onomatopoeia project asks sophomore-level graphic design students to consider the semantics of typographic formatting and explore typography’s role as a vehicle to encode and share human experience. Students begin by translating a musical selection into guttural syllabic utterances — onomatopoeia — then use that text as content to typographically illustrate the structure and dynamics of the original musical form. First produced on paper, projects culminate as temporal design with the final expression brought back into sequence with the original musical selection.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. John Howrey Time

00:26:00 Music

Just Friends by Charlie Parker Year

2012

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Art and Experimental

Nurit Avni, Chen Blum, Daniel DeGraaf, Shan Huang, Vlad Ivashin, Soya Iwasaki, Alison Murphy, Adam Nau, Kristine Sanchez.

Peace

Description

Modular movie by a team of students: Nurit Avni, Chen Blum, Daniel DeGraaf, Shan Huang, Vlad Ivashin, Soya Iwasaki, Alison Murphy, Adam Nau, Kristine Sanchez.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

03:00:00 Music

John Lennon Year

2007 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Gerald Jimenez Perfect Human

Description

Reinterpretation of the classic short movie Perfect Human by Jorgen Leth, 1967.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

01:34:00 Music

Ambient sound of Kodak Carousel projector Year

2007 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jeffrey Cott Poster

Description

Poster by Krzysztof Iwanski animated by Jeffrey Cott.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

00:56:00 Music

Flying Lotus Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Soya Iwasaki Poster

Description

Hockney’s Alphabet animated by Soya Iwasaki.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

01:09:00 Music

No info Year

2008 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Alec Sibilia Poster

Description

Poster by Simon Becker animated by Alec Sibilia.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

00:56:00 Music

RjD2 Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Mike Sokol

Poster

Description

Poster by Bruno Monguzzi animated by Mike Sokol.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

00:30:00 Music

No info Year

2007 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Paul Weiner Poster

Description

Poster by Joost Schmidt animated by Paul Weiner.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

01:40:00 Music

Original score by Hill & Montecalvo Year

2006 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Karolina Novitska Sketch

Description

Karolina Novitska’s sketch to her movie Crossroad.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

03:31:00 Music

No info Year

2005 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Brandon Gouveia, Christopher Skinner Watts

Description

Movie was designed as a visual layer to Alan Watts speech (which was originally documented as audio only) .

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

01:55:00 Music

Udio from the lecture of Alan Watts Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

James P. Brommer John Cage

Description

Visually express the essence of the quotation using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:06:00 Music

Cage Year

2005 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Katy Tsai Mean girls

Description

Visually express a dialogue using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:31:00 Music

Missy Elliot Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Allison Lenz One Art

Description

Visually express the essence of a poem using kinetic typography, image, and sound.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:00:00 Music

Imogen Heap Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Nick Abele On Kawara

Description

Tell us about an individual that interests you.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

04:06:00 Music

Giger, Favre, Garbarek Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jim Kenney On the road

Description

Visually express the voice of the quote using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:35:00 Music

Davis & Coltrane Year

2000 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jung Paek Quote

Description

Visually express the quote using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:09:00 Music

Swedish Folk Song Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

YianLing Cheong Quote

Description

Visually express the essence of the quote using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:15:00 Music

Shuttle 358 Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Stephanie Meier Reading

Description

What is the future of reading? Express your opinion using kinetic typography.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:40:00 Music

Dosh Year

2009 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Heebok Lee Shiki

Description

Explore how kinetic typography may be used to express the essence of the haiku.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

00:25:00 Music

Lee

Year

2002 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Joe Oak

The Lanyard

Description

How might word, image, and movement support the audible reading of a poem?

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

00:29:00 Music

No info Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Thomas Browm The Lanyard

Description

Visually express the mood of this aria using images and type in motion.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

03:30:00 Music

Puccini Year

2009 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Kyle Vice

What is a book?

Description

Answer the question: what is a book? with a time — based visual presentation.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:30:00 Music

Radiohead & Free Sound Project Year

2007 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Anika R贸偶nowicz, Zuzanna Walas The Matrix

Description

Visualisation of a dialogue using futura typeface.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:55:00 Music

Movie dialogue from the Matrix Year

2009 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Anna Ciechanowicz CZY

Description

Questions about the preferences, which everyone can answer for him or herself – today or on day in front of an altar – have their origin in the wordrow [word+row] between Anc Ciechanowicz (graphic designer) and Piotr Lipowicz (jazz guitarist) in 2013. They both survived.

School

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Finland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:31:00 Music

Piotr Lipowicz Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Ronny Schmidt, Martin Hentze A typeface

Description

A Typeface is a 3D animated short movie, which was created in collaboration with Martin Hentze as a semester project in 2009 within the frame of guest professor Prof. Ralf Ott’s project Typography in motion. During our research we focused on the basics of analogue publishing — movable type. Inspired by a lecture of legendary typographer Wolfgang Weingart we decided to develop the film around a quote by Pentagram’s visionary founder Alan Fletcher A typeface is an alphabet in a straight jacket..

School

Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Ott Time

01:31:00 Music

No info Year

2009 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Christian Hess, Florian Lemmel, Gregor MĂźller Ausrasten (Snap)

Description

Snap is based on a scene of the film Fight Club, in which Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) makes a speech about social injustice. Our clip takes key terms from this monologue and projects them in thematically fitting and abstracted environments: a metropolis, open space bureaus, the stock exchange and a slum. Through this projection, the terms shatter and become legible from only one single angle. With this technique, space and typography merge. The typography becomes the direct link between monologue and fictive world.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja StĂśffler Time

No info Music

No info Year

2010 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Johannes Heintz Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Kinetic-Animation

Description

Visualization of a movie quote. Colors, movements and the morphing of letters show the drug trip of the protagonist in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas�. The speed of the animation and its jumpiness demonstrate the psychedelic states and confusion during the trip. The colors of the animation draw on the original film. They keep on changing and the clip ends in a colorful inferno.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Jens Hartmann Time

No info Music

No info Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Adrian Schaab Kinski

Description

This clip was made in the Animation Basics seminar with the topic Poetry Clip. The job was to visualize spoken text. I decided for a snippet from the documentary My Best Fiend that shows Kinski in an argument with the production manager during the filming of Fitzcarraldo. The idea was to show the scene through some kind of HUD (head-up display). As known from movies, video games or the military, some information is highlighted on the screen. I liked the idea to show how a system like that would analyze and visualize human interaction.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja Stรถffler Time

No info Music

Original audio and video taken from My Best Fiend, 1999. Director: Werner Herzog Year

2007/2008 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Andre Weber Motherboarding

Description

Someone is sitting at a computer and clicks on Microsoft EXCEL. This starts a rollercoaster ride through the typographic world of the computer that the world has not seen before. Travelling at incredible speed, we make stops at the CPU or the circuit board. The motherboard resembles a city at night with many streets in which you are not alone. At the end, we get back to reality and EXCEL appears on the screen.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja Stรถffler Time

No info Music

No info Year

2011 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Andreas Gaschka

Zeitsprung Zeitreisen (TIME LEAP TIME TRAVELS)

Description

Time Leap Time Travels is a fictional advertising film from Jules Verne’s time about the most exiting trip of your life — through time!

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Martin Gessner Time

No info Music

Narrator: Frank Nachtigall Audio Music: Kristen & Schmidt Year

2005/2006 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jonas Husemann, Patrick Kühnle Feilschen (Haggling)

Description

Our goal was to translate a rapid exchange of words into a visual language. Corresponding to the clear distribution of roles, we tried to clearly define those roles visually. The clashing expectations of the characters were supposed to be shown as clearly and amusingly as possible. That is why we realized a concept which we call plane concept that distinguishes itself with conclusiveness and reduction.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Original audio taken from Monty Python’s Life of Brian, Director: Terry Jones Year

2010 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Aric Merz, Thomas Steiner, Konradin Windhorst Ottos Mops (Otto’s pug) Description

The poem Otto’s Pug contains 62 Os in three verses, which is why one could consider it to be a Dadaistic sound poem. We wanted to visualize this prominent feature in our animation. The idea was to let the Os stand at the end of each verse, so that the next one could use them again. As the font we chose Dolly by the Dutch font label Underware. We thought that its playful forms and thick bold letters went well with the poem. To display the font in a vivid and playful manner, we drew each letter three times. Next, we faded those letters in and out end-to-end. The letters start to move because of the different contours and shading. This effect and the hand-drawn letters perfectly visualize the character of the poem.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Reading by the author Ernst Jandel on CD, Intermedium (Indigo) Year

2010

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Art and Experimental

Amy Kempel, Stephanie Dzionara, Silke Hungbaur Todesfuge (Deathfugue) Description

We quickly decided to choose Paul Celan’s Deathfugue as the template for our animation, because both, his language and his pictures, shocked and impressed us. Along the lines of a musical fugue, we determined three voices that communicate throughout the film by referencing to one another: Sound, information graphic and font. The first verse gives an overview of the condition in concentration camps in the Third Reich. In the beginning of the second verse, we gradually display the ground plan of Auschwitz, the biggest Nazi death camp. A scale gives an indication of the size of the camp. We researched thoroughly to make the illustration as accurate as possible. Information graphics are used in the following verses to spell out that engineers, tinkerers, architects and builders, as people in jobs that are close to what we as designers do, have played a role in this inconceivable madness.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Reading by the author Paul Celan, taken from http://lyrikline.org Year

2010

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Art and Experimental

Linde Boehm, Tatjana Egorow, Kathrin Guther Ungeduld (Impatience) Description

In her text Praise of Simultaneity, Nadja Schl端ter describes the feeling of impatience, of not being able to wait. We chose a 45 second extract from her two minute monologue. First, we searched the text for accentuations and added precise timestamps. We used those and the wave forms of the audio, to synchronize the animation with the spoken word. To generate eye-catching images to go with the fast spoken text, we decided to work in black and white. We kept checking the dramaturgy and the synchrony of the drafts with story reels which we made from scribbles. In a couple of scenes, we used all styles of Neue Helvetica, from ultralight to ultrabold, to underline the semantic visualization of the typography.

School

HfG Schw辰bisch Gm端nd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Poetry Slam by Nadja Schl端ter, taken from youtube Year

2010

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Art and Experimental

Andrey Zhukov Keys font

Description

A short animation of my font made of keyboard keys in stop motion technique.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:47:00 Music

No info Year

2011 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Anika R贸偶nowicz EINAI

Description

Animation in which I wanted to show individuality of every single person as an important part of our whole society. We are all different but this is what makes the world beautiful.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:53:00 Music

For You by Jared C. Balogh Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Andrey Zhukov Ident

Description

An assignment on the animation basics classes. The goal was to create an ident synchronized to music.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Olga Wroniewicz Time

01:21:00 Music

Monday (The Glitch Mob Remix) by Nalapa Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jola Polok

Miłosz’s poem

Description

Visual interpretation of the section of Czesław Miłosz poem Dziecię Europy, in which lyrical subject raises the problem of interpretation of historical events in the present days. Individual words appear on the pages imposed on the previous ones. Present words are clear and each new page makes old things more and more blurred. When we look at history, we can’t see it as clear as we can see present time. Some of the facts are unknown, what temts to impose them meanings at our sole discretion. Covered words are blurred, but they are all visible. They do not let us to forget entirely about them.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

00:39:00 Music

Dark Hallway/Kevin MacLeod Year

2011

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Art and Experimental

Margarita Snytkova Futuro

Description

Experimental typography project inspired and based on revolutionary typography of italian futurists like Filippo Marinetti. The goal was to show main ideas of early futurism and represent typography as a expression of valuable communication form.

School

Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania Project Guardian

Prof. AuĹĄra LisauskienÄ— Time

00:09:00 Music

No info Year

2013

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Art and Experimental

Aleksandra Sobolewska Metafizyka

Description

Animated poem Metaphisics of Wisława Szymborka. Animation created in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:00:00 Music

freesound.org Year

2012

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Art and Experimental

Aleksandra Przegalińska ESSE

Description

Stop motion animation, which is my interpretation of the word to be.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:21:00 Music

Morning by Sebastian from Jamendo.com Year

2012/2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

David Blank, Florian Hägele, Katrin Schmitt Versteckte Raster (Hidden Grids)

Description

We derived the idea for the animation from the basic tool of every designer: the grid. A typographic grid is a constant basis for good design. A grid helps us aligning text and pictures. Normally, we use the computer and programs like InDesign or Quark for this. For our film, we didn’t develop the grid ourselves, we looked for it outdoors. Whether it is on bark, in fields or a mountain landscape – In every picture you can find a grid to put typography on.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Automne Fold by Kanding Ray Year

2009 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Maciej Baranowski Otl Aicher

Description

Animation presenting life and work of a famous german designer.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:01:51 Music

freesounds.org, findsounds.org Year

2013 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Mateusz Trzaska EINAI

Description

Brief allusion to the passing of time.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:12:00 Music

Clock Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Mateusz Trzaska Metafizyka

Description

It is a mix of two languages​​, approximates work of Wisława Szymborska

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:48:00 Music

Recording of Wisława Szymborska Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Aleksandra Przegalińska Metaphysics

Description

Animation of the poem of Wisława Szymborska Metaphysics.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:54:00 Music

In love we may fall by Jeff Fermon Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Anika Różnowicz Metaphysics

Description

My visual interpretation of Wislawa Szymborska’s poem Metaphysics in a form of typography animation.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:39:00 Music

Electronic Snowflakes by The Hacker Year

2012 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Katarzyna Jarecka Ident

Description

This poject is a short, less than one-minute-long, timelapse animation. The whole clip was made of photoshop — processed photos and simple objects like triangles. I decided to use mouth and hands as the symbols of communication between people.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Olga Wroniewicz Time

No info Music

Burnin by Daft Punk Year

2011 Back to content

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Art and Experimental

Jan Wachowski Franklin Gothic

Description

An short animated clip presenting Franklin Gothic font by Morris Fuller Bento. Final poster inspired by Philippe Apoloig.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:21:00 Music

My Bonnie Lassie by The Ames Brothers Year

2011 Back to content

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INTERACTIVE TYPOGRAPHY


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Interactive Typography

Kate Nazemi Code Performs

Description

Interactive video installation.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

02:08:00 Music

Kate Nezemi reading code commands Year

2006 Back to content

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Interactive Typography

Stephanie Dudzic Sound of Type

Description

An exploration of the dynamic nature of type through sound. Interactive system converting typography (visual form of characters and fonts) into sound designed by Stephanie Dudzic.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid, Prof. Jan Kubasiewicz Time

03:25:00 Music

Interactive system by Stephanie Dudzic Year

2012 Back to content

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Interactive Typography

Bogna Kowalska Meta

Description

The content presents different results for the same activity (distinguishing feature of prefixes verbs) taken by a man and a woman. Augmented reality technology allows creating a scene, which is a combination physical and virtual reality generated by the computer. Glasses (Vuzix AR) allow the user to simultaneously experience both worlds.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Anna Klimczak, Prof. Marcin Wichrowski Time

01:20:00 Music

Mute Year

2013 Back to content

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Interactive Typography

Bogna Kowalska męż/bieta/ko/czyzna

Description

The idea of ​​an artist’s book is the communication between the sexes (including gender roles and social responsibilities). The project is an attempt to innovative solutions for the reading experience by paper printing formula and the use of a typeface (regular pixelowy) designed by me on this occasion. Interactive implementation uses augmented reality technology, allowing for the identification of markers and screening selected content in the book.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Anna Klimczak, Prof. Marcin Wichrowski Time

04:41:00 Music

Mute Year

2013 Back to content

233


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Interactive Typography

Savvas Zinonos

Rubber band typeface

Description

No info

School

Royal College of Arts London, Great Britain Project Guardian

No info Time

No info Music

No info Year

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MOVIE TITLES


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Movie Titles

Giacomo Traldi The Conformist

Description

Opening Credits for The Conformist, movie directed by Bernando Bertolucci. For the video were used just handmade letters dancing on the surface of dark water.

School

RISD Providence, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Franz Werner Time

03:36:00 Music

The Water by Feist Year

2010 Back to content

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Movie Titles

Jola Polok

Iceland is women-like

Description

Iceland is women-like is a film made during a couple weeks’ bicycle trip around Iceland. The aim of e title sequence of a movie is to focus spectators’ attention and introduce them to the atmosphere of the movie the are about to see. The sequence is made of zoomed-in shots of fragments of women’s body. They become the landscape of the mysterious and beautiful Iceland that we sightsee by means of camera movement. The concept of a tour de women, looking for new angels, scrutinising details of her body, discovering its nooks and crannies is the main motive of sequence.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Oslislo Time

01:26:00 Music

Own Year

2011 Back to content

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Movie Titles

Erika Lepke Breathless

Description

Explore a new way how English subtitles might interact with the character speaking the words in a movie. This example uses a short clip from Godard’s classic Breathless.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:20:00 Music

No info Year

2010 Back to content

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Movie Titles

Ronald Scharf

Birnbaum (Pear Tree)

Description

The short film Pear Tree deals with love, age and death. The design of the title sequence was made without similar examples, but was supposed to form a harmonic entity with live-action film and illustrations from the production design. The clip consistently coordinates contextual and design Academy of Fine Artsects: color, a morbid, light undertone and the use of the same symbols for blossom, death and decay. The protagonist is an old, grotesque-looking pear tree that seems to bloom and die at the same time. By doing so, it embodies the film’s twisted world.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Egon Bunne Time

No info Music

Music and composition: Meik Mense, Mechanical instruments: Markus Walenzyk Year

2007 Back to content

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Movie Titles

Leonard Bendix The beating

Description

A title sequence for the fictional American crime series The Beating. I developed a language of design for the track Jam by Moritz von Oswald and applied it afterwards.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

hchmidhuber Time

No info Music

No info Year

2013 Back to content

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Maximilian Lasocki GoodFellas Titles

Description

Short Opening credits, one of my favorite movie — GoodFellas. I made a classic 2D animation reffering to the climate of the whole movie. I chose red background because of rewinding brutality throughout the film. Simple and clear.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:55:00 Music

Jump into the fire soundtrack from Goodfellas Year

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Nadal Studio

BOSS Festival Teaser

Description

Project Made For Students activity group from Bussines Centre Club Poland. It’s advertisement of free workshops and lectures for students

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

No info Time

00:45:00 Music

Nicola Falcon Year

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Zuzanna Walas

One family model in Poland?

Description

Project created in collaboration with TEA, which fights against discrimination and whose goal is to make schoolbooks evolve in order to include diversity. I choosed to focus on the family model. I showed statistics to make people realize that our polish society has much more diversity concerning family model than we think.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:06:00 Music

You gor your by Gerbil Church severed lips recordings C 1992 Year

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Adam Blumert

Sleep and live

Description

Here’s my diploma project about sleep and dreams. Animated infographic with some abstract forms and typographic stuff. Almost everything was made in After Effects. I am aware that many people will not understand that movie due to Polish language but for now try to relax, enjoy the mood and visuals. Script, design, animation, direction: Adam Blumert.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Jacek Rokosz Time

03:17:00 Music

Further by Brian Tyler Year

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Aleksandra Sobolewska Wielka nieobecna

Description

Animation about discrimination in student’s books created for TEA.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:11:00 Music

freesound.org Year

2012 Back to content

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Marta Ciecholewska Proces komunikacji

Description

The aim of the project is to inform the future conference interpreters, conference organizers and the speakers, how the communication proceeds and how the different conditions of the conference affect the communicated message.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:48:00 Music

Proof Integrated Communications by Promise Year

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Sonja Hahn, Anna Schoderer Loriot Eheberatung Animation

Description

This animation was made in the 2010 seminar Wordmovies at the study program Time-Based Media at the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz. It took a long process for the clip to reach its final look. We were especially insecure about the execution of the color part and about the way to highlight this sequence in order to underline its absurdity and the not existing color bluegreengray. Inspiration came from the title sequences of the films Dead Men on Campus and Extreme Movie.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja StĂśffler Time

No info Music

Original audio taken from Loriot’s Eheberatung

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Florian Geyer

Understand music

Description

Understand Music deals with two different and extreme conceptions of music. On the one hand, there is the analytical approach of trying to understand and on the hand, there is emotional devotion. Understand Music tries to emotionally conserve an elaborated topic and a subsequent conclusion. The goal is to show the viewer the research and the insight that can be derived from it. By doing so, the size and the complexity of the topic music is put across and not the topic itself. The design language takes a graphical — experimental approach with musical notes, close to the graphic notation in New Music. The setting of the film resembles a document that can be interpreted as a text book on music or a music book that codes music.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja StĂśffler Time

No info Music

No info Year

2012

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Felix Koehler Keyframes

Description

The goal of this animation was to show basic concepts of animation in a child-oriented way and to visually build a bridge between typography and character animation. Making it child-friendly was central for the conception. Technical and borrowed terms were either explained or skipped. The letters were seen as characters instead of parts of the words because parts of the target audience are not able to read properly, denying the access to animated typography. The term keyframe has its origin in the animatics and was developed in the Disney Studios. It is easiest to understand what a keyframe is, when you see what happens when you change them. The clip shows examples like they were on a blackboard and makes changes, if needed.

School

FH Mainz, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Anja Stรถffler Time

no info Music

Narrator: Bernd Riepken Year

2011

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Julia Hengartner, Stefanie Nagel, Anika Raiser IMM — Irgendwas Mit Medien

Description

The stop-motion film Something with Media was made with single Polaroid pictures. In every scene, we show a new Polaroid. The photography supports the statement of the text. The film shows the career of a designer, starting with his high school diploma and up to his current occupation, for which he chose to work on in a café. The animation ends with the pictures being put on the desktop of a Macintosh.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

No info Year

2010 Back to content

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Sebastian Bauer, Valentin Fischer My Job

Description

Starting off, we wanted to go without digital effects as much as possible. After animating post-it labels in several small stop-motion test films, we decided to visualize a dialogue with this setup. We especially liked the snippet which we used from the film “American Beauty”: Lester Burnham, a clerk, is supposed to be fired by his superior, Brad. Yet, he manages to turn the tables and profit from the situation in an amusingly bold way. We wanted to show how Brad, who was being confident in his victory, gets gradually dominated by his employee.

School

HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg Time

No info Music

Original audio taken from American Beauty 1999. Year

2010 Back to content

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Johanna May Gill Sans

Description

No info

School

University of Wuppertal, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Lobeck Time

No info Music

No info Year

2005 Back to content

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Sebastian Gimmel Meta cultivated

Description

No info

School

University of Wuppertal, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Lobeck Time

No info Music

No info Year

2005 Back to content

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Arne Brennecke Mrs Eaves

Description

No info

School

University of Wuppertal, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Lobeck Time

No info Music

No info Year

2006 Back to content

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Tobias Wienholt Typestar

Description

No info

School

University of Wuppertal, Germany Project Guardian

Prof. Ralf Lobeck Time

No info Music

No info Year

2006 Back to content

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Ryan Boye

100 Things

Description

The 100 Items assignment, led by Prof. Brian Lucid at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, investigates the transformation of raw data into comprehensible information. The first phase of the assignment entails gathering a simple data set and defining methods to structure that data. The second phase involves extracting findings from the data and conveying that information clearly (through numeric representation) and engagingly (through design and metaphor) via time-based media.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid Time

01:15:00 Music

Voiceover

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Matt Kaiser 100 Things

Description

The 100 Items assignment, led by Prof. Brian Lucid at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, investigates the transformation of raw data into comprehensible information. The first phase of the assignment entails gathering a simple data set and defining methods to structure that data. The second phase involves extracting findings from the data and conveying that information clearly (through numeric representation) and engagingly (through design and metaphor) via time-based media.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid Time

00:50:00 Music

Voiceover

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Phil Pham 100 Things

Description

The 100 Items assignment, led by Prof. Brian Lucid at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, investigates the transformation of raw data into comprehensible information. The first phase of the assignment entails gathering a simple data set and defining methods to structure that data. The second phase involves extracting findings from the data and conveying that information clearly (through numeric representation) and engagingly (through design and metaphor) via time-based media.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid Time

01:47:00 Music

Voiceover

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Will Millar, Pernilla Kaiser, Jeremiah Louf, Will Bruno

Service Design

Description

This project, led by Prof. Brian Lucid at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design asks students to identify a social group that they feel is underserved in the digital marketplace. Based upon demographic research and ethnographic field studies they develop a proposal for a prototypical digitally-centered service — with multiple touchpoints — tailored to their user group.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid Time

03:20:00 Music

Voiceover

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Phil Pham, Ryan Boye, Nathan Hass, Matt Kaiser

Service Design

Description

This project, led by Prof. Brian Lucid at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design asks students to identify a social group that they feel is underserved in the digital marketplace. Based upon demographic research and ethnographic field studies they develop a proposal for a prototypical digitally-centered service — with multiple touchpoints — tailored to their user group.

School

MassArt Boston, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Brian Lucid Time

01:26:00 Music

Voiceover

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Anna Kaczanowska

O kura. Typography and fun.

Description

This interactive educational application for children, aims to encourage having fun with typography. The child has an accessible way to familiarizing themself with the basic concepts of letter and number construction. More info in www.okura.pl

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Nowiński, Prof. Sebastian Lis, Prof. Marcin Wichrowski Time

01:26:00 Music

Apple Loops Year

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Aleksandra Przegalińska Scyzoryk

Description

Infographis inspired by the history of swedish jack-knife VICTORINOX.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Marian Nowiński Time

03:15:00 Music

freesound.org Year

2012 Back to content

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Vivian Ma 2x4

Description

Visually communicate what is important about this design firm.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:00:00 Music

DJ-KICKS Year

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John Horstman 24 hours

Description

Visually communicate what happens in the span of 24 hours.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:01:00 Music

Cinematic Orchestra Year

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Jessamine Miller HeLa

Description

Visually explain the content of this book and its significance.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

02:29:00 Music

T-M Guebrou Year

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Suzanne Choi Herbert Matter

Description

Visually communicate what is important about this famous photographer, designer, and teacher.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

03:09:00 Music

Glass Year

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Zach Bergeron Matthew Carter

Description

Visually communicate what is important about this famous type designer.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:52:00 Music

Ray Charles Year

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Jonathan Chan Migrant Workers

Description

Visually explain relevant issues about migrant workers.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:39:00 Music

Goldmund Year

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Eden Weingart WW

Description

Visually communicate what is important about this famous typographer.

School

Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, USA Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski Time

01:43:00 Music

Cage Year

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Radosław Rowicki

A short tribute to Ed

Description

A short tribute to Ed Benguiat, great type designer based in Brooklyn, New York.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

00:40:00 Music

Smokey Joe The Dreamer by Bullet Year

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Aleksandra Przegalińska TEA

Description

Infographic about womens’ descrimination in polish student’s books created for TEA.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:07:00 Music

Story by Olga Scotland Year

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Jan Duda TEA

Description

The purpose of the project was to show the problems of anti-discrimination education by showing an interview with a disabled individual.

School

PJIIT, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Ewa Satalecka Time

01:30:00 Music

No info Year

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Jola Polok

Tracking Grandma’s Life

Description

Tracking Grandma’s Life is an animation which tells story about my Grandma. She moved nine times but around one region in Poland – Silesia. Through the journey from one house to another, we can get to know her memories about small details from past.

School

Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland Project Guardian

Prof. Dan Boyarski — workshop, Cieszyn 2012 Time

02:05:00 Music

No info Year

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Art and Experimental

Students from The Academy of fine Arts Antwerp, Belgium Leen Van Den Berghe Wietse Van De Ponseele Miro

Description

Inspired on Miro

Year

2000

Paper

Description

Made with folded paper.

Veerle Hildebrandt

Vigdis t’Jolle

VĂśgel

Description

Illustrative font based on birds.

Year

2000

Year

2002

Taipo

Description

Based on oriental martial art in witch balance and speed of movement are essential.

Year

2003

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Annelies Vaes Minor

Description

Inspired on straight edge, a sober lifestyle without alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes

Year

2003

Ekatarina Vinogradova Forgin

Tim Lebacq

Trikoo

Artfully derived from the different materials in the world of couture and knitting 318

Year

2004

2005

Looking to character and detail of forging iron

Frederik Heyman Description

Year

Description

Danish

Description

An interpretation of the furniture of Hans Wegner, Danish architect-designer in 1941.

Year

2005


Art and Experimental

Students from The Academy of fine Arts Antwerp, Belgium Jelena Peeters

Gemma Cateeuw

Cubism

Description

Continuing on the idea of cubism.

Year

2006

Kobi

Description

Similar with Japanese woodcarving and printing

Jeroen Veldkamp

Jolien Janssens

Tatlin

Description

Close to the sculptures and ideas of the Russian constructivist Vladimir Tatlin

Year

2008

Year

2008

Drip Tipe

Description

Inspired by the paintings of Jason Pollock.

Year

2008

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Lieven Goossens

Marieke Smets

Tubisme

Description

Building chapes like Fernand LĂŠger and others painters of tubisme.

Year

2008

China

Description

Derived from the old tradition of Chinese furniture and architecture.

Katrien Holsbeeks

Sang Lostrie

DaniĂŤl Liebeskind

Description

In memory of the architecture of the Juwish museum in Berlin, a monument as a scar. 320

Year

2009

Year

2009

Massimo

Description

Developed from the work of the Italian designer Massimo Vignelli.

Year

2009


Art and Experimental

Students from The Academy of fine Arts Antwerp, Belgium Anastasia Zabolotskaja

Michel Busschots

Frank Loyd Wright

Description

In fluent harmony with the Guggenheim museum New York.

Year

2009

Subway

Description

With the same graphic language and signalization as used in subways.

Brun Croes

Jean Michel Verbeeck

Gormley

Description

Inspired on the artist.

Year

2010

Year

2010

Construct

Description

Lines, movement, mobiles, font in construction.

Year

2010

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Sang Lostrie

Louise Perdieuz

Swirl

Description

Inspired by the amazing sculptural work of Tony Cragg, British artist.

Year

2010

Industry

Description

How industry can be translated in an illustrative font.

Elise Geysels

Joris De Raedt

Oneline

Description

With the same simplicity as the essential lines in the furniture of Marcel Breuer. 322

Year

2011

Year

2011

Libel

Description

Fascinated by nature, the anatomy and structure of the wings of the dragonfly.

Year

2011


Art and Experimental

Students from The Academy of fine Arts Antwerp, Belgium Bastien Genbrugge Fold

Description

Multimedia, moivement, smace and time.

Year

2009

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Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technologies (Koszykowa 86) 15.00–19.00 workshop with Gustavo Ferreira: Parametric typefaces

May 27th

May 28th symposium

cinema hall – main building of the National Museum in Warsaw 15.00–18.00 projections typo movies in 5 categories 18.00–18.30 open discussion

National Museum in Warsaw

Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technologies (Koszykowa 86) 9.30–13.00 workshop with Lucas Nijs: NodeBox

cinema hall – main building of the National Museum in Warsaw 9.00 opening welcome 9.30–10.00 Piotr Rypson

About moving types in pre-digital era 10.00–10.30 Anja Stöffler & Ralf Dringenberg

z zg – Fachhochschule Mainz Mediadesign & Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd

May 29th

cinema hall – main building of the National Museum in Warsaw 9.30–12.30 morning projections 12.30–13.00 open discussion Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technologies (Koszykowa 86) 15.00–19.00 workshop with Gustavo Ferreira: Parametric typefaces

May 28th symposium

cinema hall – main building of the National Museum in Warsaw 9.00 opening welcome 9.30–10.00 Piotr Rypson

National Museum in Warsaw

About moving types in pre-digital era 10.00–10.30 Anja Stöffler & Ralf Dringenberg

z zg – Fachhochschule Mainz Mediadesign & Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd

Films on type in research, teaching and design The Makers of Moving Types 10.30–11.00 Tarja Nieminen & Lucas Nijs

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Sint Lucas College of Arts, Antwerp, Belgium

Beginnings – Early Dynamic Digital Experiments in Type Design 11.00–11.30 coffee break 11.30–12.00 Lucas Nijs

St. Lucas University College of Art and Design, Antwerp

EMRG/NodeBox. Tools for generative art and design. Overview 2004–2013 + Live demo NodeBox3

10.30–11.00 Tarja Nieminen & Lucas Nijs

School of Art, Design and Architecture / Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland Sint Lucas College of Arts, Antwerp, Belgium

Beginnings – Early Dynamic Digital Experiments in Type Design 11.00–11.30 coffee break 11.30–12.00 Lucas Nijs

St. Lucas University College of Art and Design, Antwerp

EMRG/NodeBox. Tools for generative art and design. Overview 2004–2013 + Live demo NodeBox3 12.00–12.30 Ann Geerinck & Yvette Verlinden Royal Academy of Fine Arts Artesis, Antwerp

Letterdesign in motion – 2000–2013 12.30–13.30 lunch 13.30–14.00 Gustavo Ferreira Hague

Hypertype: hyper-dimensional typefaces (2003–13) 14.00–14.30 Franz Werner RISD, Providence

Designing with light 14.30–15.00 coffee break 15.00–16.00 Brian Lucid & Jan Kubasiewicz

Dynamic Media Institute, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston

“Type on Wheels” — Two Voices on Teaching the Language of Motion 16.00–16.30 coffee break 16.30–17.00 Dan Boyarski Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design, Pittsburgh

Kinetic typography in visual communication (skype presentation)

12.00–12.30 Ann Geerinck & Yvette Verlinden

17.00–17.30 Ewa Satalecka & Marcin Wichrowski

Letterdesign in motion – 2000–2013

Moving type in real and virtual environment

Royal Academy of Fine Arts Artesis, Antwerp

12.30–13.30 lunch

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Films on type in research, teaching and design The Makers of Moving Types

13.30–14.00 Gustavo Ferreira Hague

Hypertype: hyper-dimensional typefaces (2003–13)

Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technologies

17.30–18.00 open discussion


PROGRAM

27th–29th of May places

The National Museum in Warsaw Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie Al. Jerozolimskie 3, 00-495 Warszawa Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technologies ul. Koszykowa 86, 02-008 Warszawa 325


www.motyf.pjwstk.edu.pl https://www.facebook.com/motyf2013 326


ORGANIZERS Curator: Prof. Ewa Satalecka ewasatalecka@ewasatalecka.4a.pl

Zuzanna Walas zuzanna.walas@wp.pl

Katarzyna Olszewska Catalogue Designer olszewska.kat2@gmail.com

Jan Duda

jasiekduda@gmail.com

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GERMAN PARTNERS CO-CURATORS

Prof. Anja Stรถffler anja.stoeffler@img.fh-mainz.de

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg ralf.dringenberg@hfg-gmuend.de

CO-MANAGERS

Kristofer Oedekoven kristofer.oedekoven@img.fh-mainz.de

Leonore Kleinkauf kristofer.oedekoven@img.fh-mainz.de

Kirsten Solveig Schneider kirsten.solveig.schneider@img.fh-mainz.de

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT SPECIAL THANKS

VOLUNTEERS Katarzyna Kowal Ewa Behrens Kaja Słojewska Sylwia Janiszewska Nicola Cholewa Katarzyna Chilimoniuk Krzysztof Karłowicz Olaf Tokarski Włodzimierz Szyc Katarzyna Jaczewska Karolina Krancberg Agnieszka Opalińska Aleksandra Ławnicka

Beata Rączka Mateusz Trzaska Bogna Gawrońska Katarzyna Jarecka Katarzyna Mądry Marta Kamieńska Aleksandra Kotowska Patrycja Oksińska Zuzanna Staszewska Bartłomiej Rejdych Michał Radziejewski Dominik Masny

Mateusz Trzaska NADAL.STUDIO Bartek Rejdych Michał Radziejewski Dominik Masny mgr inż. Marcin Wichrowski dr inż. Krzysztof Szklanny Rafał Masłyk dział promocji PJWSTK

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ORGANIZERS

Gutenberg Museum Mainz

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PARTNERS

SPONSORS

Catalogue Designer Katarzyna Olszewska olszewska.kat2@gmail.com

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