AND Festival trailers by Uniform
Super-Whip and Galaxy by Jordan Baseman
30 November 2010
Super-Whip, Jordan Baseman We are eager to present the final instalment of our five Rough Machine commissions that each premiered online this month. Jordan Baseman has created two rough machines – 16mm ...
Melting point by Bill Balaskas
23 November 2010
Melting point, Bill Balaskas We are pleased to present the fourth of our five Rough Machine commissions that will each premiere online this month. Melting point by Bill Balaskas explores technology and the ...
An Odd Little Opus by Chris Newby
16 November 2010
An Odd Little Opus, Chris Newby We are proud to present the third of our five Rough Machine commissions that will each premiere online this month. An Odd Little Opus by Chris ...
Engine Angelic by Katerina Athanasopoulou
9 November 2010
Engine Angelic, Katerina Athanasopoulou We are thrilled to present the second of our five Rough Machine commissions that will each premiere online this month. Engine Angelic by Katerina Athanasopoulou shows beauty and ...
Of Unknown Origin by Edwin Rostron
2 November 2010
Of Unknown Origin, Edwin Rostron We are delighted to present the first of our five Rough Machine commissions that will each premiere online this month. Of Unknown Origin by Edwin Rostron is ...
AND Festival trailers by Uniform
AND Festival brand by Uniform

AND Festival brand by Uniform

If you haven’t yet seen the bold branding for the inaugural Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival, then check out the festival website and the trailers below. Developed by Liverpool-based brand and design consultancy Uniform, the agency has created a slate of funky animated stings that are inspired by the festival’s theme of questioning the normal. As you can see in the video below, Uniform has mixed together an eclectic range of images to capture the essence of the festival’s concept.

Charlie Pastor, Motion Graphics Designer at Uniform commented, “One of the main challenges was sourcing the footage, from going to Colwyn Bay to shoot a flamingo to trying to source a 1950’s camera!”

The AND Festival takes place in Liverpool from 23-27 September 2009, offering a programme of screenings, exhibitions, debate and performance across Liverpool, driven by a collaborative partnership by Northwest media and arts organisations FACT (Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology, Liverpool), Cornerhouse (Manchester) and folly (Lancaster).

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