Forms in Nature is an animated short film (2 minutes) in which natural and man-made forms are compared and contrasted within a carefully constrained and artfully orchestrated set of design parameters.
Largely focused on a central circle, the most basic of geometric forms, the images follow one another, often in shared screen transitions, in a way that encourages thoughtful and pleasurable re-viewing.
The vector art is beautifully realized and the entire animation is a visual and intellectual delight.
Intended as part of what I hope is a larger series, the production is credited to “Chromosphere“, a collaborative effort by Kevin Dart, Stéphane Coëdel, David Kamp, and Nelson Boles.
You can see more of their work here.
There is an extensive page devoted to the making of Forms in Nature on Motionographer.
[Via Cartoon Brew]
The making of Forms in Nature on Motionographer
A Year of Sun with Mr. Persol (Kevin Dart), (2012)
Kevin Dart, (2006)
5 Replies to “Forms in Nature”
They learned a lot from Charlie Parker!
They sure did – although it’s lovely to see his influence on contemporary illustration/design.
You must mean Harper!
Very nice short film!
Despite being very complicated, vector artwork produces great artwork of high quality. It is quite difficult to work upon and requires a great deal of patience and concentration too by the designer. Designs given above here are undoubtedly amazing.
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