Being able to publish my own art is extremely rewarding. This new world of NFTs has really got me excited about what is possible in motion design and art. By publishing my first NFT I hope to inspire and lead my students into the future. I envision that soon I will have students that want to become motion designers for purely artistic reasons vs working for clients. In my debut piece I visualize the mental struggle I have been having between the world of the past and the possibilities of the future.
The V01D, an exhibition showcasing the works of Joshua Davis.
small chat: http://mixtus.com/archive/photos.php?id=joshua-davis-talk
Lecture and Gallery show http://mixtus.com/archive/photos.php?id=Joshua_Davis_show_gallery
Davis’ work has been exhibited at Ars Electronica (Austria); Centre Pompidou (France); Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (New York); the Design Museum (London); Institute of Contemporary Arts (London); MoMA PS1 (New York); Tate Modern (London); and more.
Here are a couple new animation we created for the launch of the new eyewear line – Allied Metals Works.
Mixtus adds graphics to Trace’s new video for tracking wakeboard data.
Shot breakdown for screen replacement and motion graphics.
Mixtus has just launched a new iPad app called Class Clown Academy for author Steven Moore – co-founded the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. The Class Clown Academy is for current and future class clowns of all ages. In this app you can Compose a song with Whoopie Cushions, Create Creatures and Explosions in the Science lab, Throw your food around in the Cafeteria and much more.
When given the chance to bring in a digital artist, I want to get the most talented digital artist possible. GMUNK is one of the most interesting and progressive visual artists of our time. I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to bring him into the school to talk. I started following Bradley’s work in flash when I was also a flash developer. Bradley was doing some of the most progressive things in flash and making a name for himself very early on. Bradley transition from flash into motion pictures and motion graphics for television. You may have seen his cutting edge design work in movies like Tron and Oblivion with Tom Cruise. See all of his work on his website at www.gmunk.com.