Visual assets for Kenzo social networks. Since early 2018, my collaboration with Kenzo mainly consists of creating different types of visual content, still or animated, mostly for social networks and Kenzo's main website. Below is a selection of tasks I was happy to create and eventually see going live.
Full 3D modelization of the famous roaring tiger based on the original drawing. Used for social networks. The painter turned to his servant, who stood blinking in the sunlight. “Ask Mr. Gray to wait, Parker: I shall be in in a few moments.” The man bowed and went up the walk. Then he looked at Lord Henry.
The collection is based on "Le Douanier" by Henri Rousseau. Coming with all things jungle, wild flowers, big tigers, the clothes show decorative elements from the painting. To present the collection, Kenzo's art director Humberto Leon wrote and directed a short film named "The Everything", telling the story of a family with strange superpowers. Following the presentation of the film came animated gifs for social networks, I was glad to interpret and re-create some of the key moments of the film as GIFs.
Among the animated gifs created for La Collection Memento N°3 was required to show The Sonic, which is part of the story in The Everything. Based on these photos I modeled and textured the shoe from scratch, then animated it.
To present the Eyewear SS19 Collection, photographer and director Nick Harwood created a movie about a celestial phenomenon. Gathering beneath this mysterious sky, humankind from over the world join together to revel in a once in a lifetime experience. I was in charge of the GIF creations based on certain elements of the movie - can, dog collar, flag, chocolate bar and, of course, the eyewear themselves so Instagram users could create and share posts or stories.
Cinema ticket animation for the online premiere of "The Everything", a film written and directed by Kenzo's art director Humberto Leon presenting La Collection Memento N°3, AW 2018.
Animation made to celebrate the Chinese new year, matching previous animations made by Tomorrow Bureau. The general concept for the longer version was to emphasize the "Year of the Pig" in a bright red environment.