[#Video #Design] Build a Render-Bot in After Effects

Build a Render-Bot in After Effects

By School of Motion
Published: Dec 12, 2018


School of Motion The Motion Design industry is always changing and evolving, and 2018 was no exception. From new tools to emerging artists this was a big year for our industry. In fact, this year more than any other year, it really feels like motion design is beginning to define itself in the creative world.

As such, we thought it’d be fun to sit down with our good friend Ryan Summers to discuss some of the … [READ MORE]

[#Video #Design] Episode 43: Perception is (Almost) Everything with Mitch Meyers

Episode 43: Perception is (Almost) Everything with Mitch Meyers

By School of Motion
Published: May 30, 2018


School of Motion Mitch Meyers is an art director, Motion Designer, and artistic celebrity in the Motion Design world. Mitch has done work for Universal, GoPro, the NFL, and Southwest Airlines.

On this podcast episode, Mitch talks about your worth and value as a Motion Designer, how to build a strong brand, and why consistency is important to aspiring MoGraph artists. Get your notepad out. You’re going … [READ MORE]

[#Design] Shapely Modular Candle Holders – The Endless Candle Holder Features a Modular Design (TrendHunter.com)

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsShapely Modular Candle Holders – The Endless Candle Holder Features a Modular Design (TrendHunter.com):


Shapely Modular Candle Holders - The Endless Candle Holder Features a Modular Design (TrendHunter.com)(TrendHunter.com) The Endless Candle Holder is a colorful, modular and gravity-defying solution to the traditional and static design of candle holders. Personal design aesthetics change constantly, resulting in…



[#Design] Interchangeable Backpack Shells – Kemies Introduces Bags with Skins That Can Be Easily Changed (TrendHunter.com)

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsInterchangeable Backpack Shells – Kemies Introduces Bags with Skins That Can Be Easily Changed (TrendHunter.com):


Interchangeable Backpack Shells - Kemies Introduces Bags with Skins That Can Be Easily Changed (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) Kemies is a backpack company based out of Toronto, Canada, that sets itself apart by creating highly customizable ‘Bags with Skins.’

Alongside selling a base bag design that is…



[Cool Toys] Top 30 Wearable #Tech Ideas in July – From Expressive Toy Wearables to Responsive Haptic Clothing (TrendHunter.com)

From TrendHunter.com – Cool Gadgets and GiftsTop 30 Wearable Tech Ideas in July – From Expressive Toy Wearables to Responsive Haptic Clothing (TrendHunter.com):


Top 30 Wearable Tech Ideas in July - From Expressive Toy Wearables to Responsive Haptic Clothing (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) From smart leggings that offer feedback during fitness sessions to AI-powered systems that deliver chills to the body, the top July 2017 wearable technology ideas explore unconventional uses of…



[#Design] Three-Dimensional Embroideries

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsThree-Dimensional Embroideries – Justyna Wołodkiewicz Creates Unique Embroidery Fused with Clay (TrendHunter.com):


Three-Dimensional Embroideries - Justyna Wołodkiewicz Creates Unique Embroidery Fused with Clay (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) Artist Justyna Wołodkiewicz fuses unique embroidery with abstract clay design to produce gorgeous three-dimensional objects emerging from traditional wooden hoops. The age-old art of embroidery receives a playful twist through this project, which merges thoughtful and meticulous line work with a seemingly carefree spunk. The pieces feature a range of color, and place the clay objects strategically, helping the artist create a different narrative. The abstract pieces depict scenes of blue skies and flowers, along with more recognizable objects like clocks, water and human anatomy. The clay figures emerge from the threaded frame, creating a multi-textured piece of art that’s both stunning and unconventional.



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[Design] All About Titling Fonts

From CreativePro.comAll About Titling Fonts:


All About Titling FontsWhen looking for just the right display typeface, have you considered a titling font? If not, you are missing out on an entire category of possibilities. Titling fonts are typefaces designed specifically for headline or display usage. They are usually all caps, but some can contain lowercase, and even small caps! Titling fonts differ from their text counterparts in that their scale, proportion, and design details have been tweaked to look best at larger sizes. They often have an increased weight contrast between the thick and thin parts of the characters, and can sometimes have more condensed proportions than their text-sized cousins if part of a family. This sub-category of display typefaces tend to have a refined, even dramatic look ? qualities that make them an excellent choice for books, magazines, movie titles and sequences, logos, signage, or any usage that calls for large-sized type benefiting from finessed design details as well as a touch of elegance. Titling fonts can be part of an existing typeface or a stand-alone design. They are most often- but not always – serif designs with pronounced weight contrast, as it is the thin strokes that vary the most in typestyles intended for text…



[#Design] Top 75 Design Ideas in June 2017

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsTop 75 Design Ideas in June – From Collapsible Work Desks to Self-Inflating Lounge Seats (TrendHunter.com):


Top 75 Design Ideas in June - From Collapsible Work Desks to Self-Inflating Lounge Seats (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) As the June 2017 design trends reveal, the rise of small-space living is radically changing modern design. Whether it is our workspace or our home, there is a growing emphasis on compact and modular…



[#Design] Industrial Tokyo Salons

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsIndustrial Tokyo Salons – Luck Out Hair Salon is a Space Inspired by the Experience of Brooklyn (TrendHunter.com):


Industrial Tokyo Salons - Luck Out Hair Salon is a Space Inspired by the Experience of Brooklyn (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) The Brooklyn-inspired Luck Out Hair Salon is a laid back space that recently opened in Tokyo, Japan. Designed by Iku Shoji Evans of Bonfield Interiors, the space plays up the industrial theme with…



[#Design] Ceramic Waste Furniture

From TrendHunter.com – Design TrendsCeramic Waste Furniture – Bentu Design Makes Terrazzo-Style Furniture from Recycled Ceramic Waste (TrendHunter.com):


Ceramic Waste Furniture - Bentu Design Makes Terrazzo-Style Furniture from Recycled Ceramic Waste (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) Bentu Design has released a terrazzo-style furniture collection made entirely of recycled materials. The furniture and lighting collection made from ceramic waste was created with the intention of drawing a bridge between environmental consciousness and design. To make the house ware collection, Bentu Design used 4 million tonnes of ceramic waste from China’s Foshan city. The area is the ceramic production capital of the world, generating immense amounts of leftover materiel that typically gets dumped in neighboring villages. “Not only is the cost of disposal high, but the non-degradable materials can also not be digested by nature, hence occupy the land, affect the growth of vegetation and even pollute the water,” said Bentu Design…



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