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Portfolio of Chinese interactive art director Yong. Using hand made clay models to form the basis of his work it is beautifully realised, from fantastic clay animation to his work realistically modelled onto blocks of clay. Amazing animations, design, and style all coming together to make a fun, beautiful website.

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hellodave!

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Site of Scandinavian agency hellodave! Set in a slick dark interface with 3d panels flying around moving with your cursor. By clicking on the thumbnails all of the panels reorganise to show a video player for that project. Really nice animations and transitions – love the camera movement with your mouse – it is very very smooth, and the shading and lighting is well executed. Very nice…

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TAUADESIGN

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Clean, slick, and simple website of Brazilian Creative Director Taua Baccarin. Showcasing his best work in a nicely laid out grid, highlighted by the smooth animation that really brings it all to life. The work is presented nicely in a sideways scrolling contact sheet style. Great combination of nice layout and great animation – good example of portfolio site.

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Dark Night Of The Soul

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Beautiful website promoting the release of an album collaboration of Dangermouse, Sparklehorse, and David Lynch. Set in a dark 3d world, where exploration is the key, a card pop up interface unfolds before you. By dragging parts of the cardboard world you reveal content, new imagery, video, and sounds from the album. I love the way you explore, clicking and dragging forwards zooms in/out, and dragging left / right pans around. The lighting also changes with the depth of your viewpoint, and it changes on the cardboard pieces that you drag around – really incredible attention to detail. The feeling of depth is incredible, giving a great sense of ambience and setting a fascinating scene. The setting is fantastic, it works like a charm, and it looks stunning, really refreshing work…

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