"THE WORLD IS A MILLION POSSIBLE THINGS."Terry Gilliam Terry Gilliam's imaginative, bizarre art has always spoken to me. Gilliam was the sole Yank in British comedy troupe Monty Python, and he contributed the title animations and animated interludes to its TV show, Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
We need to talk about a criminally underrated art genre, the art of television and movie title design. People don't give enough credit to this humble medium, one that in mere seconds can perfectly set the tone of the show you're about to binge for weeks. Here are 5 of my favorite title sequences
One of my more interesting projects in recent memory was an animated accordion infographic for Duke Health's Population Health Management Office. The client wanted a fun, interactive tool to explain all of the services they offer patients. In the olden days, I would typically use Flash to create
SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) brings more than 3 million Americans, myself included, down into the emotional doldrums every winter. Even though I should be used to it by now, every January it moves in and sets up shop, and I feel blindsided. So last summer, when I felt off my game even under the