AntiVJ showcase at Watershed – Bristol

Waw, I haven’t posted anything here for ages !!

We have been well busy with the label since January, and haven’t had a chance to post reports of any of our recent performances, but I think September is a good time to refresh the blog and keep you up to date !
We’re still in the process of editing footage and putting together the pictures and videos, but here are the few projects that I want to introduce here:

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Olivier Ratsi hits the New York Times

Olivier Ratsi, who joined the label this year, has a long background in photography and graphic design, and his still creations have been featured in many french magazines and publications, such as Rexorama, Sonomag, and the covers of MCD guide or Etapes.

He just been commissioned by the New York Times to produce one creation for their “T” Logo series. The result is a full page in the paper version of the NYT style magazine, with 2 millions copies edited worldwide. Read more →

New AntiVJ studio

AntiVJ just moved to a new studio in Central Bristol !

We now work in a really nice open space at Pervasive Media studio, with a large desk do to origamis, models and mess around with techy gadgets, a meeting space, to plan projects and discuss ideas, and a wonderful chillout area, to read magazines, relax and play Wii..
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AntiVJ is a visual label

Hi there !

I’ve been away from this blog for a while, busy with new projects, editing videos, preparing the new year, and I didn’t have a chance to stop until now..

Great news, I’m proud to announce that we’re about to launch AntiVJ, a new visual label, which is a platform to produce projects based on the visual element. This project is a collaboration with some artists I really like. We became friends and realized we are sharing the same ideas and vision of our work, so we decided the collaborate more put a name on it. Read more →

Lightup Bristol

A new very exciting project ! Some Bristolian creative agencies are teaming up to produce and project moving images on the council house building during the week before christmas.

The Lightup Bristol project started last year, with some still images projections designed by Aardman Animations, Play NicelyWatershed, and the organisers were interested in having me on board after seeing my mapping technique on Youtube (mapping on my neighbours house). Read more →

VJschool Interview

We did a new VJschool workshop a couple of weeks ago, as a part of the Compass film festival with conferences, live demos and screenings at the Watershed in Bristol.

I’ve been invited to a local radioshow with one of the Guest Vjs, Spark, to talk about visuals, vjing and cinema.. I’m not quite good at explaining things, but I found Toby captivating: Read more →