Award-winning motion designer, Pierre Magnol (aka BrightPhoton), joins us again to tell us about his new project using Yanobox Nodes. We have previously featured Pierre’s work on the promo video for the Falcon 8X from Dassault Aviation and Orchestra.
Pierre’s latest video was created to help explain the story of the French company that created the very first graphic database on the Mac. Using stunning, flowing imagery, Magnol demonstrates the evolution of a brand closely tied to the origins of the Mac user experience.
“My producer at Ki Media wanted to attempt to explain the past, present and future direction of this brand through imagery. My first thought was to create something based on constant flow, and that generates several beginnings and clearly flowing into the future. I again turned to Yanobox Nodes to help me create that fluidity. Hopefully the imagery speaks for itself.”
Bright Photon is Pierre Magnol
Pierre started his career in 1998 as a video and film editor for Le Groupe Canal + before moving on to the wonderful world of graphic design for several broadcast channels and luxury brands.
Macro photography and beautiful lighting are two constants throughout much of his work, as Pierre constantly strives to bring a unique perspective to each and every piece, whether it be live photography, computer graphics, or hand crafted images.
“How to light a scene, subject or even character is very important because what is revealed is as important as what it is not…. Every single product or person is the source of a precious history that deserves to be illuminated.” You can find Pierre online here: Website – Twitter – Vimeo
Yanobox Nodes is being used by many talented artists on a number of great projects. Previously, we have looked at screen graphics in motion pictures such as Ender’s game, Planet of the Apes, Earth to Echo, The Avengers and Transformers: Age of Extinction.