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Edouard Salier is one of my favorite music video directors—his style, substance and, above all, versatility put him head and shoulders above most of the music video drivel out there masquerading as art.
His specialty is motion graphics (last summer’s Coke World Cup spot) but he can also do period pieces that shine (Raphael Saddiq’s ‘Let’s Take A Walk’) and even commercials (Nike ‘Mercurial’). Definitely check out his work on his Vimeo page for a dose of true videomaking talent.
His latest work for French electronic duo Justice ( I <3 them ) is imaginative, lush and tells the story of the cosmic fall of civilization (yowzers).
Beautifully done…I tip my hat to you, good sir.
I’m always surprised at how the experience of a digital build, beyond just the aesthetics of it, is sometimes ignored. I think all design, experience or otherwise, should be purpose-driven and simple. Dieter Rams comes to mind with his work for Braun:
For digital experiences, it ultimately depends on the device and the capabilities of it. A web experience is going to have more expansive control possibilities than a remote for a digital TV box. Here’s an article from Mashablethat looks at the basics for mobile design which emphasize response-time and minimalism.
Keep it simple.
Here’s the gorgeously sparse new Tiny Desk Concert which former Concretes singer Victoria Bergsman recorded for NPR. You can download the audio for free from here. CS
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