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  Original design was created in Illustrator. Vector shapes were then cut out on a laser cutter.
       
     
       
     
OFFF CINCINNATI TITLE SEQUENCE

Autofuss designed the titles for the speakers OFFF Cincinnati 2014. I designed and made a mobile logo to feature paper craft artist, Lobulo. The logo was created in Illustrator then fabricated on the lasercutter. Letters hung from yarn and lined up at a specific points in space to spell Lobulo's name. This was one of nine titles designed by Fussers in a five minute sequence.

Roll: Designer

Client: OFFF
Agency: Autofuss
Creative Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Director of Photography: Joe Picard
Producer: Andrew Devansky
Fabrication Advisor: Andrew Devansky
Editor: Ashley Rodholm
Colorist: Carey Burens
Music: Harald Boyesen
Anton & Irene by: Peter Clark 
Yuko Shimizu by: Kirsten Ritschel 
Lobulu by: Ryan Chen 
Digital Kitchen by: Nate Costa 
James White by: Jason Kerr 
Sougwen Chung by: Rowan Ogden & Kenny Johnson 
Cocolab by: Conor Grebel 
GMUNK by: Bradley G Munkowitz 
GMUNK typography by: Brian Gossett 
OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by: Ian Colon 
Lightbox Fabrication: Barry Bradshaw
DMX Master Control: Michael Beardsworth
Key Grips: Dakota Wilder, Branson Stowell

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Behind the Scenes

Getting all the letters in the mobile to line up was nearly impossible. Myself along with four coworkers held onto the letter until the camera was rolling. We then hit the floor hoping the letters would stay in place. We only got one take where it worked.

  Original design was created in Illustrator. Vector shapes were then cut out on a laser cutter.
       
     

Original design was created in Illustrator. Vector shapes were then cut out on a laser cutter.