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Innuendo (2014) is an animated graduation short about procreation and reproduction. Life itself is inherently obsessed with this ongoing cycle. With our film we want to show that the whole planet, and not just complex organisms, participates in this sensual dance of life.
Innuendo is created by five students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. Created over a span of five months of hard work and three months of conceptual preparation. Its a creative exercise in which we're sketching out a sense of sensuality and fertility without any human imagery using various visual metaphors.

Tim de Haan – Director, Editor, Animator, Generalist:
Kjeld Slingerland – Coordinator, Animator, Generalist:
Dieuwer Feldbrugge – Supervisor, Technical Director, Lighting and Compositing:
Louise van Putten – Art Director , Generalist:
Niels Bosch – Technical Director, Generalist:

Music and sound design by:
Steven Thans:

Maya, 3DS Max, V-Ray, Mudbox, Nuke, Naiad, Krakatoa, Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects

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Savants Facts #01

Hellosavants knows when things really count.
In-house video to celebrate useless abilities.



directed & edited by Thanasis Tsimpinis
produced by,

director of photography Konstantinos Koukoulios
art direction & concept Dimitri Presents
creative direction Dimitri Presents,
music by Da Octopusss "Heller"

1st assistant camera Stamatis Kouros
gaffer Nikos Papaevangeliou
styling direction Vasia Chrysanthopoulou
make up & hair Sophia Sarigiannidou @thisisnotanotheragency
models Monica Bolla, Linda @X-Ray, Leonidas @Vn models


Die Traumdeutung

ScanLAB Projects and Brigitte Stepputtis, Head of Couture at Vivienne Westwood, produced this video piece following a recent fashion shoot with one rule – no cameras. The shoot instead used terrestrial laser scanning to capture the surface of the models, textiles and architecture with forensic precision. This collection of over a hundred million perfectly measured points form a frozen moment in time. The figures, garments and crumbling building remain, monumental but revealing their own fragility by sometimes fading away. The figures are frames by their own data shadows, voids of emptiness in a perfectly recorded world.

Author Ablaze Visuals