Op Art

Motion Graphics

To successfully respond to the brief, 3 major works of Victor Vasarely were chosen and re-interpreted for the animation. The opening animation typeface is very geometric like Vasarely who used primitive shapes for his VR alphabet (1960). Vasarely’s Vega (1957) was one of his works that was used as an asset along with his Beryl Positive and Negative (1967) that was reproduced in Cinema 4D and integrated in After Effects. A Jazz music track was chosen and edited accordingly to the animation rhythm in order to achieve a consistent and successful motion design.

The mandate of this project was to design a 15 second or 30 second animation on one of the Optical Art movement’s artists. The assigned artist was Victor Vasarely, a Hungarian graphic designer that is one of the founders of the movement.

The best way to honour the many works of Vasarely was to adapt his projects to animation and therefore give life to his compositions. The final animation is colourful, dynamic and gives a global impression of Vasarely’s
numerous projects.

The mandate of this project was to design a 15 second or 30 second animation on one of the Optical Art movement’s artists. The assigned artist was Victor Vasarely, a Hungarian graphic designer that is one of the founders of the movement.

To successfully respond to the brief, 3 major works of Victor Vasarely were chosen and re-interpreted for the animation. The opening animation typeface is very geometric like Vasarely who used primitive shapes for his VR alphabet (1960). Vasarely’s Vega (1957) was one of his works that was used as an asset along with his Beryl Positive and Negative (1967) that was reproduced in Cinema 4D and integrated in After Effects. A Jazz music track was chosen and edited accordingly to the animation rhythm in order to achieve a consistent and successful motion design.

The best way to honour the many works of Vasarely was to adapt his projects to animation and therefore give life to his compositions. The final animation is colourful, dynamic and gives a global impression of Vasarely’s numerous projects.

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