motion blur: onedotzero
Print to video: motion blur is a book about the new graphic landscape of moving image.
Print to video: motion blur is a book about the new graphic landscape of moving image. A landscape that has been rapidly assimilated by a worldwide culture, so much so that it is remarkable to think what has been made possible in the last decade by the revolution in digital filmmaking. The incredible change in the way moving image can be created in these last few years cannot be under-estimated. this continuing process is producing a coruscating variety of visual exploration, notably within the areas of animation, motion graphics and digital effects.
motion blur looks at this visual exploration by gathering together a global snapshot of exhilarating talent from around the world who have contributed to this trans-formation. the 240 page book, with over 1,500 images and accompanying DVD was released in June 2004 by Laurence King in the UK and Harper Collins in the USA, and has now been re-printed 4 times.
motion blur features work and interviews with the following maverick talents: Caviar, Tycoon Graphics, Geoffroy De Crecy, Drawing and Manual, Eyeballnyc, Felt, Richard Fenwick, Furi Furi, Groovisions, h5, Johnny Hardstaff, Hexstatic, Jeremy Hollister, Tim Hope, Kuntzel + Deygas, Le Cabinet, Logan, Geoff Mcfetridge, Psyop, Alexander Rutterford, Shynola, Stylewar, Sweden, Tanaka Hideyuki, Tanaka Noriyuki, Tanida Ichiro, Teevee Graphics, The Light Surgeons, Zeitguised.
The DVD features approximately two hours of moving image work across music videos, rarely seen personal shorts, idents, titles and commercials.