If you have the time and are interested, the SVA Motion Graphics Portfolio screening for the 2014 SVA Motion Graphics seniors is below. It’s 40 minutes of animated goodness and shows the talent that is graduating this year. The total of the work shows a diversity of styles and techniques as well as emerging trends in the field. I’ve been watching it in small bits over the course of the day. Like I’ve said before, it’s a good time to be a design student. The work these kids are putting out is top notch, thanks to the tools and training at hand.
It’s the end of the school year for most people around the globe, and with that there is a new crop of student work that is showing up on the internet. below is a post that surfaced on Vimeo by Hagen Reiling, and Marcel Schindler, students of Prof. Dr. Reiner Nachtwey, in Düsseldorf. The short stop motion film is inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s short story “The Old Man and the Sea”, and shows some skillful animation, editing and illustration.
Once again, student work that makes me wish I was back in school. The tools that are available to emerging students today is allowing them to create some really impressive work. This is no exception.