28.05.15 by Staff

Universal Everything’s Wondrous Projections on the Sydney Opera House

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In collaboration with 22 animation studios from all over the world, Universal Everything has created a living mural for the Sydney Opera House. While adapting cutting-edge technologies, Universal Everything encouraged a creative process intent on capturing something everyone can relate to. The hand-drawn approach, in particular, sets it apart from the kind of projections usually commissioned to light up the iconic structure. See more images and video of the project below.

 

 

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Animation Sequences:

01, Block: Universal Everything –
02, Burst: Patch d. Keyes – patchdkeyes.co.uk/
03, Fill: Drew Tyndell – drewtyndell.com/
04, Chase: Tymote – tymote.jp/
05, Multiply: Nicolas Ménard – nicolasmenard.com/
06, Climb: Parallel Teeth – parallelteeth.com/
07, Rise: KClogg – kclogg.tumblr.com/
08, Twist: Matt Scharenboich – mattscharenbroich.com/
09, Wind: Váscolo – vascolo.com.ar/
10, Swarm: Universal Everything
11, Calm: Zutto – zuttoworld.com/
12, Float: Cindy Suen – cindysuen.tumblr.com/
13, Power: Masanobu Hiraoka – vimeo.com/user6065152
14, Slide: Ori Toor – oritoor.com/
15, Spin: Ori Toor
16, Wave: Váscolo
17, Construct: DXMIQ – dxmiq.com/
18, Growth: DXMIQ
19, Flow: Ruff Mercy – ruffmercy.com/
20, Scatter: Caleb Wood – vimeo.com/calebwood
21, Shrink: Bee Grandinetti – behance.net/grandinetti
22, Noise: Takcom – takafumitsuchiya.com/
23, Attack: MixCode – mixcode.tv
24, Boom: nöbl – nobl.tv
25, Bounce: Matt Abbiss – abbiss.co/
26, Ricochet: Matt Frodsham – mattfrodsham.com/
27, Splash: Guille Comin – guillermocomin.com/
28, Bang: Universal Everything
29, Embrace: Matt Frodsham
30, Melt: Caleb Wood
31, Stripe: Matt Abbiss

 

 

Via It’s Nice That

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  • Ben Lockhart

    Beautiful! I feel like the shape of the building was underutilized a lot though.

    • Kimi

      The toucan one was great for that





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