We’ve been working with Lyla again, this time for her upbeat, dreamy single. The video has a hand-made cartoon feel, capturing the theme of Lyla’s confusing and unpredictable mood changes. It was first previewed on Wonderland Magazine where you can read a little bit of background info! Premiere: Lyla Foy – “Try My Heart”
A dreamy, hand-made style pattern video for Lyla’s thought provoking song.
Pattern Pusher wanted to create an amazing audio-visual experience at their EP launch in August 2017. They asked us to VJ for the night, and projection map onto a gigantic cube which hung above the stage. We created a whole set of animations to fit the mood of each of the songs, as well as […]
We’ve come up with the branding style and colour palettes for the band, Pocket Sun. To fit with their dreamy musical genre, we made some cute, cartoon style animations for the band’s social media pages, as well as a logo and artwork for their releases. Teaser Video on Facebook
An upbeat mixed-media animated music video. Photography by Pattern Pusher, animation and editing by Vanilla Visuals.
We have been working on Painted Lady’s branding style to enhance their online presence, along with live videos and animated pattern videos continuing these design characteristics. The style utilises hand-drawn shapes and kaleidoscopic arrangements, with a touch of faded retro colouring.
A futuristic, dreamlike music video for the electronic artist Tudor Acid. We used a mixture of 2D and 3D production techniques to create a fusion of styles and patterns. The main character was originally designed by the illustrator, Beau Hulse (www.beauhulse.com)
An impromptu performance that we managed to capture as the sun set in the beautiful french countryside.
A R Records are a drum and bass label that needed an animation for their releases that didn’t have official music videos. This meant a logo opener, followed by information about purchasing the track, and some subtle waveform animations while the song plays.
We’ve been working with the fantastic musician Lyla Foy (Sub Pop Records) to create a visual accompaniment for her live shows. Many of the visuals are based on organic movement and colours.