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Production Facility: Digital Domain Executive Producer: Lisa Beroud Vfx Supervisor: Eric Barba Graphics Design Director: Bradley G Munkowitz Graphics Lead Designers: Bradley G Munkowitz, Jake Sargeant Graphics Lead Animators: David Lewandowski, Adam Swaab, Joseph Chanimal Graphics Code Artist: Josh Nimoy Graphics Code Artist Support: Andy King Graphics Technical Support: Jonathan Gerber, Doug Wilkinson Tron: Legacy © Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


For Disney’s “TRON: Legacy,” Bradley Munkowitz, better known as GMUNK, was the lead animated graphics artist. He assembled and led a team of GFX all-stars who conceived, designed and animated approximately 10 minutes of UI sequences and holograms at Digital Domain for director Joseph Kosinski and visual effects supervisor Eric Barba.


Your Gay Thoughts - Spitting Image

A cosmogony of false self that shapes the world. Animated by Megan Palero Music by Your Gay Thoughts Grab the album in digital, vinyl or cd...

A couple of years ago I was invited to Cologne in Germany to take part in a creative music convention. There was a music festival on at the same time (c/o pop) and for a couple of nights I got to see a whole load of bands I'd never heard of before. I enjoyed the many different venues, one day cruising down the river on a barge listening to German Techno live, the next under the arches watching The Meridian Brothers with their psychedelic projected backdrops. When I got home to New…

the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Force One, a show combines New York street culture and digital art. 24 breakdancers using their kinetic body and skill to bring music, passion and power together. With the AF1 as their paint and the floor as their canvas, they draw astonishing and unique creations one by one through dancing, burst out the very own street culture style of Taipei. 【 Organic 】

The story is from a short documentary film about Daniel Libeskind. (

Superficie – Possible, plausible, potential

Generative drawings of isometric architectural structures. Possible, plausible, potential by Miguel Nóbrega is a set of three series of isometric drawings generated by code and printed with colored markers in a plotter machine.

Ishmael Butler, of Shabazz Palaces and Digable Planets, discusses the seduction of Motown, creative collaboration, and spilling into the future. Directed & Edited by Andrew Franks Animation by Joe Garber & Carl Nelson Filmed by Andrew Franks & Ryan Hills Featuring Ishmael Butler Interviewed by Antonio Hicks Music by Shabazz Palaces, Porter Ray, & THEEsatisfaction

During the two weeks of tournament of the Australian Open, we are producing for Lacoste an ‘eye candies’ set of content for social media touchpoints on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. #Beautifultennis

Agency: Io-Interactive A/S Production Co: Elastic Director: Patrick Clair