Play / Pause : Digital Design Talks, with Johnathon Strebly, Kim Oxlund, Nicholas Ferreira & Dominik Grejc

…excited about filmmaking and video editing that he decided to study Cinema at the University of Senac in São Paulo. While studying and actively looking for work in different areas of the Film Industry, he one day came across Boca (Marcos Ceravolo), a Motion Designer and VFS alumnus. After gaining more experience in the industry, he finally got a chance to work with Boca. At that time, Boca was the Art Director at New Content, a production compan…

Duelity in Motion

Want to have your mind blown? You’ll know the dynamic duo of Marcos “Boca” Ceravolo and Ryan Uhrich from their hit Typographics, which has been seen by over 500,000 on Yahoo! Video and talked up on design blogs the world over. But that was just the teaser. Now Boca and Ryan have made available their sumptuous, enormously ambitious final project, Duelity. Here’s how it goes – imagine the story of Creation shown throu…

Grads Reunite for PSST!3

Following their immensely successful collaboration at VFS, which resulted in Typographics and the ambitious Duelity, Digital Design grads Ryan Uhrich and Boca are at it again – this time, as a part of PSST!3 Pass It On, an exquisite corpse style “collaborative film series” that brings together all manner of designers, filmmakers, and other creative types. When Boca and Ryan were invited to take part, it turned out to be their f…

Typographics Up for Yahoo! Award

It’s the typography lesson that just won’t die! Typographics, the celebrated Term 4 infographic by Digital Design grads Ryan Uhrich and Boca, is a finalist for a 2008 Yahoo! Video Award. It’s up for Best Animated Video, and the competition is fierce, so show Boca and Ryan your support by clicking the button below and voting! Voting’s only open until Friday, March 21!…

Tasty Typography

Check out this snazzy student project done by Boca (aka Marcos Ceravolo) and Ryan Uhrich for the most recent term 4 Motion Design Class in the Digital Design Program. The piece is called Typographics. Here’s what Boca had to say about the piece on a DD discussion board: “Our objective was to use type as the main aesthetic and design element to create awareness about the evolution and main characteristics of typography. Both the music…