Silent Studios were commissioned by Brooklyn Brothers and INCA Productions to create a launch film for The Range Rover Evoque Special Edition, a collaboration between the Land Rover Design team and Victoria Beckham. The film was projected onto a cylinder of silk with the car positioned inside at the Beijing motor show.
Kasabian’s UK arena tour is finished and we are getting all our content together to share. It was a heady mix of high-end 2D/3D animation, visual effects and live action. Each track explores the theme of music visualisation with real-time manipulation of content by sound, the band or the crowd. This collaborative project with Andreas Müller (Nanika) explores interactive animation, sound analysis, face tracking, audience participation, live social media elements and live camera feed translation. Check back soon to see how it shaped up.
In the meantime here is a little taster of the show…
“It was like watching the best telly you’ve ever seen — a massive concave screen with spectacular graphics reacting to the thumping bass and guitar riffs. Hats off to the team behind it. They’ve come up with something truly original.” – The Sun
Our night of audio and culinary adventure was amazing at the Masonic Temple in Liverpool Street. Based on the structure of a musical sonata, our MaSonic Supper consisted of five movements that shaped an experience of intrigue, participation and excess. We were invited by FranklinTill to host this night as part of the London Design Festival 2011. Full project documentation to come.
We were commissioned by the British Fashion Council and Bacchus Studio to create six idents for the huge LED screens at Somerset House. Varied footage from London Fashion Week was pieced together in dynamic, geometric patterns and collages. Constantly moving, the overall sensation is a visual ‘hit’ of all things London Fashion Week from backstage to catwalk finale. Liam composed an atmospheric soundtrack for the last in the series.
A 6-minute dreamlike journey through the rivers and parks of London, drawing you deep into the magical city at night. The film was designed to be dissected over 5 giant video projection walls creating a fully immersive tunnel made out of black mirror and glass for a highly exclusive digital experience in Beijing.
Room 1 – The ‘triptych’ room (3x video projection walls): Close-up shots of flamingos, moving through frame from right to left encourage the flow of people into the next room…
Room 2 – The ‘flying’ room (1x video projection wall): Wider, epic shots. Edit starts with slow motion shots of flamingos running, then take off, then in full flight. In this room we hear the main music track: a beautiful orchestral piece that has a heritage, classical orchestration. For the most part a smooth piece to reflect the smooth nature of flying, with slightly playful elements that work well with the running legs and take off.
Resonate @ Silent Studios were commissioned to create an original music track and sound design for “Get Your Energy Back” – an extraordinary 3D projection mapping event for Toyota’s new Hybrid Auris. Filmed on location in Shoreditch, London the soundtrack was designed using multiple speaker feeds to help ‘place’ the sounds within the physical space.
Creative agency: Glue Isobar
Production & Post Production Company: Superglue
Music and Sound design: Resonate @ Silent Studios