An interactive 3D animation of the Royal Conservatory’s Lemniscate of Continuous Improvement: the method of continuously monitoring the quality of the conservatory programme using internal and external sources.
Abuelo has been inspiring generations since 1908. Crafting some of the world’s finest aged rums with respect for tradition and a fearlessness to push boundaries.
I was invited to create a work for a mixed-media art exhibition around the hard-to-translate Dutch concept of ‘verstilling’.
For Koole Terminals in Rotterdam, I created an interactive animation that is embedded in the homepage of their new website. The animation tells the story of the entire Koole Terminals operations in a way that invites discovery.
“A voice is rarely the first ‘instrument’ that comes to mind. But in the right hands, and through steady application, a voice becomes the ultimate expression through sound.”
Campaign photography was shot on location, and most locations were shot with and without models. With this material, we figured it would be a nice effect to zap the models into the scene one by one, accompanied by a flash whiteout.
During a meeting with the Haags Pop Centrum about their new ‘SuBmarine’ alternative popmusic website, they mentioned it would be fun if there was a simple, submarine themed shoot-em-up included in the site. The game should have a bizarre, surreal and submarine atmosphere, and you should be able to, you know, shoot things.
In 2008, Rocketclowns created Ruben L. Oppenheimer’s official site, in Flash. For the time, it used some rather novel techniques, such as user controlled parallax, a 2.5D environment, and ambient sound design. The new version is a future-proof complete overhaul to HTML5, that would also reach mobile devices, and would be easier to keep up to date.
The photography and dresses for this campaign were quite abstract and extreme, so we decided to present them in a slightly different way: a side-scrolling universe in parallaxed 2D.
Vlisco has been designing and manufacturing distinctive fabrics loved by African women since 1846. The specially crafted fabrics – Wax Hollandais, Super-Wax and Java – continue to be made with time-honoured methods and materials in Helmond, the Netherlands.