I believe the future of communication is in the hands of talentedartists, technologists, designers and those who can orchestrate themtogether.
PROJECTS DONE IN ITALYMotion design in Milan/Italy (2003/07)
2007 Motion design showreel Milan/Italy watch the motion showreel at http://www.vimeo.com/4266341
PROJECTS DONE IN BRAZILOnline Advertising in São Paulo/Brazil (2007/09)
Greenpeace Weather Developed at colmeia in partnership with Almap BBDONote Worthy: Online Multiplayer Game watch the case atRecognition: Gold at London International Awards 2008, Bronze Lion at Cannes 2008, 2 Bronze at One Interactive Show 2009,Gold&Grandprix at FIAP 2009, 2 silvers at WAVE Festival 2008, Bronze at El Ojo de Iberoamérica 2008, FWA SOTD http://www.vimeo.com/5614740
Volkswagen Fox Developed at colmeia in partnership with Almap BBDO watch the case atNote Worthy: 50 street dancers casting, 10m high hanging camera http://www.vimeo.com/5614867Recognition: Gold at El Ojo de Iberoamérica 2009, Shortlist at Cannes 2009, FWA SOTD
Hipoglós developed at colmeia in partnership with Grey watch the case at http://www.vimeo.com/5615136
Johnnie Walker Black Label developed at colmeia in partnership with Wunderman
watch the game preview atAxe Rio 40º Developed at colmeia in partnership with Lowe MexicoNote Worthy: Shot in 4k Red Camera http://www.vimeo.com/7337841Recognition: Bronze at El Ojo de Iberoamérica 2008, FWA SOTD
Put together art, technology and design to create experiences thatfulfill all human sensations.
THE DREAM COMING TRUEFord Fusion LabThe Maestro Project
Ford Fusion Lab developed at colmeia in partnership with JWT watch the sound experiment video atNote Worthy: This experiment is 1 out of 9 art+technology experiences http://www.vimeo.com/7145889Recognition: FWA SOTD
watch the stability experiment video atFord Fusion Lab developed at colmeia in partnership with JWTNote Worthy: Steel Kinetic Sculpture designed by Gustavo Sonoda http://www.vimeo.com/5631653Recognition: FWA SOTD watch the case: http://goo.gl/AIcUq
The Maestro Project is being designed under the supervision of the MIS (Museum of Image and Sound) in São Paulo/BrazilConcept: Robotic orchestra controlled by human body movements, open to the public to all ages, no attached sensors needed.Note Worthy: The Maestro Project is a Open Source Art Installation. The code and installation procedure will be available for collaborators around the world in the project website.