Big Night at the Salazar Awards

Digital Design students and grads made a big showing at the Salazar Student Design Awards last night with a near-sweep of the Interactive & Motion Design category. It was the very first time VFS had work up for Salazar consideration. Impression: made. Carlos Guimaraes took top prize in the category with his Angolan hip-hop motion project Sindicato. Stefan Belavy (Link.TV), Jeff Greenberg/Eric Wada (Orgasmic Brand Condoms), and Ryan Uhrich/Ma…

Designers Set Sights on Adobe Awards

…the mix. Four of their projects made it to the semi-finals this year, including Dave Murawsky‘s Anatomy, Natasha Ali‘s “My Love” music video, and Typographics by Ryan Uhrich and Marcos Ceravolo (a.k.a. Boca), all in the Motion Design category. To top it off, we’ve just caught wind that Boca’s been named a finalist and will be heading down to SF for the August 2nd ceremony, for another piece – his beautifu…

Original Is As Original Does

…Design student Dahli Guzman was next to present. He showed an incredible selection of the paintings and sculptures that he has done over the past few years. Next up, we had a very special guest from Brazil present via Skype. Boca (Marco) Ceravolo gave us a detailed breakdown of the work that Consulado, his new studio has done on for the Brazilian version of the MTV Music Awards. Check out the video clip below to get a sample.  …

VFS Welcomes Orn Olason from Thank You ®

…e of studio that not only excites their clients and customers but also inspires talent. Which is why it has attracted a couple of our most celebrated grads to move halfway across the world to join their ranks. Ryan Uhrich and Boca (aka MarcosCeravolo) who’s Typographics and Duelity videos swept award competitions around the globe started their careers at Thank You®. Co-founder Örn Ólason will be stopping by VFS for a visit on Wednesday Dece…

Duelity Makes Motionographer

Duelity, the ambitious final project (yeah, you know the one) by Digital Design grads Marcos “Boca” Ceravolo and Ryan Uhrich, has been written up by Justin over on Motionographer.com. And we have to agree with Justin: we hope they keep collaborating too. Update #1: Since the new Duelity site launched, the video’s swept through science blogs, got linked by well-known blogger Jason Kottke, and has sparked a spirited debate on its…