MIKE SHINODA // Make It Up As I Go

Official Music Video for Mike Shinoda. Watch it in 4K!
A mixed media project that merges photocopy rotoscope, hand drawn animation and digital collage.
A little bit more of Postproduction process:

Directed by Antoni Sendra PODENCO
Animated by Antoni Sendra and Luis LLácer

Boy: Lucas Amador
Girl: Concha Núñez

Cinematographers: Carlos Aparicio (concept) / Ilja Maran (performance)
Performance shoot Director: Aaron Farley
Art: Luis Llácer and Concha Núñez
Director Assistant: Iván Fernández de Córdoba
Stylists: Concha Núñez (concept) / Maxi (performance)
Video Commissioner: Devin Sarno

Tim Horton’s “Coffee Art”

A stopmotion animated coffee spot I co-directed for Tim Horton’s. Check out the behind-the-scenes here: youtu.be/Mu2OSVSV34A
Chief Creative & Integration Officer: Brent Choi
Executive Creative Director: Paul Wales
Art Director: Andy Brokenshire
Copywriter: Jed Churcher
Head of Production: Pam Portsmouth
Account Team: Scott Miskie, Renee Ray, Cameron Stark
Directors: Alan Poon, Eric Malika, Robin Nishio
Animators: Dale Hayward and Evan Derushie
Animation Assistants: Kathy Shultz, Phil Eddolls
Production Assistants: Martin MacPherson, Francesca Cattaneo
Production Company: Common Good / Radke Films
Post-Production: Common Good / Alter Ego/ SAUCE
Production Editing House: Common Good / SAUCE
Production Music House: Grayson Matthews

Tissue Animals

Film Director : Fuyu Arai
Stop Motion Animator : Motoki Ohno
Film Cameraman : Chiyoe Sugita
Film Cameraman Assistant : Masahiro Shintani
Lightman : HIGASIX
Lightman Assistant : Tomoya Yoshimura
Art Work : Kiyomi Tokita
Art Work : Takanori Saito
Art Work : Shizuka Masaki
Editor : Maho Inamoto
Music : Mitsuru Sameshima
Sound Effect : Yoshiaki Tokunaga

Gulp. The world’s largest stop-motion animation shot on a Nokia N8.

“‘Gulp’ is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch. Shot on location at Pendine Beach in South Wales, every frame of this stop-motion animation was shot using a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics. The film has broken a world record for the ‘largest stop-motion animation set’, with the largest scene stretching over 11,000 square feet.”

Making of:

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