Archiv für die Kategorie 'Fliegende Schrift'

macro kingdom II


clemento schreibt: “This is my second attempt in the macro universe, this time I got help from Florian Rinnerthaler, who did the sounddesign. Thanks also to Florian Eidenhammer for the butterflies. 5DmarkII, MP-E 65mm. Be sure to check out  part 1.


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LevelUP Camp Registration Publicity


Soh Jian Cong schreibt: “My first motion typography. Song used in this clip: “Rockers To Swallow” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs.”


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Das Leben ändert sich


KOMAZA schreibt: “How can a half-acre tree farm change a woman’s life in rural Kenya? Learn more at komaza.org.”


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Typography in (stop)motion “Just Like Daddy”


Nienke Mink schreibt: “Made entirely using stopmotion techniques during the course of one night XD.” | Musik: “Just like Daddy” from an MTV ad. Animation and Artwork: Nienke Mink


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Brockmann in Motion


Vít Zemčík about his educational project made during the International Typography Workshop in Czieszyn: “The task was to put a print design masterpiece into motion.” | Portfolio page: Brockmann in Motion.


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Space and Air



Marcus Eckert about “a complete new way to read”:

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Domenica Premiere - Teaser


Leuchtende Buchstabenbewegung: On-Air-Teaser für FOX International Channels Italy von Federico Pascali und Mauro Zinni:


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Mother to Son



“This is a short film with a visual and typographical representation of famous Langston Hughes poem “Mother to Son” completed while at Savannah College of Art & Design”, schreibt Shaun Harrison.

“My design choices were a direct reflection of the poem itself. To me Langston took the hardships of life and brought a sense of beauty to them both through his choice of words and through the characterization of strength through the mother. This was what I sought to do “beautify what most see as ugly”. This called for highlighting textures, the worn down, the broken things through shooting film and through my composition and color treatment bring more life beyond their natural visage to them so that they enhance and aid in the poem.

The film was shot throughout downtown and midtown Savannah. Those areas to me have stories to tell as many of the buildings were obviously once beautiful however are no longer cared for.”

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Letras del tesoro (Zeichenschätze)


Wunderbares Motion Graphics-Stück von Zenzuke / Agentur Contrapunto: “I did a lot of the animation and an entire section of the first piece. I also contributed all the 3D work (subtle volumetric backgrounds, 3D elements like the leaf, etc…).”


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Kristian Andersen + Associates: Kinetic Typography


Clay Reinken schreibt: “I created this for our company’s open-house / studio tour, part of the AIGA Indy’s Studio Tour Series. It was displayed on 45″ flat-screens around the studio. Kristian Andersen + Associates is a multi-disciplinary brand and experience design consultancy. Visit us at K+A.”


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Worte, hart getaktet, weich und wundersam


HR Sweat schreibt: “This is the concert opener for the Lead ‘09 Conference. The band played the music for the video live and we used a click track to sync it up. Lead 222 is a weekend conference that goes into a city, excites the youth, and infuses them into the community for the glory of God.”


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Neuartig


“This work by graphic designer Steven Bussey is novel in its use of kinetic typography and motion graphics. We can thank Sia, Australian pop singer, for the curious, poetic lyrics to “Academia”. Bussey literally makes the vintage type dance all around–as the words assume various shapes and sizes. By presenting the Victorian type in fresh, harmonious frames, we are drawn both to the song and the type itself. How the two play off each other is what makes this video magical.”

The artist writes about the project: “I used Illustrator to lay out the entire type and did some of the illustrations myself like the shoe. The main animations are done in Flash CS4 and the wiggle and wignet are done in After Effects. This project was just for fun and completed in approximately a month.”




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Motion Typography - Viva la Vida


Viva la Vida from Mad_tomato


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Fliegende Buchstaben: Resfest 2007


Eine typografische Animation von ruudve:




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City Typography


Zu seiner hübschen Typo-Etüde schreibt tekneek1987: “Yeah so – 3rd attempt with after effects for a project at the art institute of sacramento. I drew all the images on paper, scanned them in and made this animation from scratch!




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After Effects Design Showreel


Kinetic Typography Motion von Denis Dvorin:




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Bigbang City


Ein Spiel mit Typografie von Apples & Pears aus London:




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Haikus


Motion typography von Ingvild Eide Lybeck:


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Literatur als Buchstabengeschwindigkeitsüberschreitung


Ein Mordsgeschrei: Die “Show me the money”-Szene aus dem Film Jerry Maguire, animiert von Andy Jones:




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Modernste Literatur: Alex Gopher, “The Child”


Oldie but Goldie: Der französische DJ Alex Gopher beeindruckt mit einer Kombination aus Jazz, Blues und Technologie:




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Hey, Beautiful Lady – 부가킹즈_남과여


Typo Motion zu Buga Kingz “Male And Female”
(Feat. Lazy & Rang Show From Black Tea):




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Fliegende Schrift: 으뜸한글


한글 자모음의 타이포를 이용한 타이포그라피 영상, schreibt Leechoongkoo aus Korea, was (sehenswert) visualisiert etwa soviel heißt wie:




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Lässige neuere Literatur: Alles und jedes in New York


“Everyone and everything is always moving about in NY City”, schreibt johnmilitar. “The clip takes you through the city blocks. It is an exploration both of type and motion to illustrate a bit of the New York experience and the New York vibe. It is a summation of my personal and first trip to the city”:




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Lässige neuere Literatur: Social Life, With Friends


“So You Want A Social Life, With Friends”, geschrieben und gelesen von Kenneth Koch, Kinetic Typography von Alan Lastufka:




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Motion Typo von Vanessa Carlton




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Lässige Literaturclips: Wenn das ein Test ist, was kommt danach?


“test typo” des französischen Digitalschreibers kaerhon verheißt neue Wortdimensionen für die nähere Zukunft:




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Hierzu siehe auch:

Fliegende Schrift |
Typoesie |
Hypermoderne |

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Lässige Literaturclips: Die xylophonen Buchstaben



Typo in Motion, Version 2 von wieloowocowyy aus Polen. Schöne Musik auch.



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Literatur für die Augen: Wann spricht der Wald?


Text on Screen: Eine Mixed-Media-Animation von GobblynneAnimation nach dem Songtext “When Will The Forest Speak?” der britischen Metal-Band SikTh:




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Daft Punk - Typography




Typographie-Visualisierung: JoeyyLDesignz


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Literatur für die Augen: Buchstaben in Bewegung


Sowas machen sie in Neuseeland in der Schule, sagt Patrick Hui (aka bigpat626); an der Wanganui School of Design, um genau zu sein. Irgendwo eine Schule im deutschsprachigen Raum, an der so mit Literatur umgegangen wird? Hallo?




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Hierzu siehe auch:

Typoesie |
Fliegende Schrift |
Hypermoderne |

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