SLS got to create the motion graphics and animations for this episode of Everyday Econ. We relied on a lot of stop motion animation to tell the story of division of labor.
Bet you didn’t know that climate change could defrost earth over much of our planet and release more carbon than people have ever done. Good thing we made the animation cute, because otherwise you might fall into a pit of despair. Good thing there’s an alternate scenario to give us a glimmer of hope. This […]
These gall wasps are truly amazing, fascinating creatures, I kept thinking this video should be even longer and even more full of facts. We barely mention that wasps can be parasites on other wasps, actually (ew) laying their eggs inside another wasp’s larvae to give their own wasp larvae something yummy to eat. And that can happen […]
We’re working with KQED on a web science series, “Deep Look.” It’s all built about showing really little things that would be hard to see, or get to know, since we’re not living at the same scale. They’ve brought us on for both editorial and motion graphics. For this first episode we got to focus […]
Everyday Economics are a series of explaner videos for the online arm of George Mason University. They’re essentially online lectures by professors at the University, using loads of motion graphics to explain concepts. Tilapia Films shot and produced and we created the motion graphics for these videos. This is episode 1, “The Hockey Stick of Human Evolution.”
We worked with San Francisco artist Eliza Barrios to create animations that played on the side of a building in SOMA. This project was organized by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and featured dialog from interviews Eliza conducted with Filipino residents of SOMA. I was most interested in making graphics that skewed the viewers perceptions […]