Motionographer a source of inspiration

Motionographer (pronounced like “oceanographer”) is the second Site of the Day at The Inspiration Room Daily.

Motionographer seeks to be a source of inspiration for filmmakers, animators and designers by sharing outstanding work from studios, freelancers and students, feature stories that give readers a closer look at influential studios and individuals, commentary that sparks discussion or introspection about the creative process, and miscellaneous items that Motionographer contributors find interesting.

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It all began when Justin Cone discovered the Reels & Portfolios board while on the mograph.net forum. He started a site at www.justincone.com/tween to list his Cream of the Crop companies with their online reels. He followed the list up with regular posts that turned into a blog. Gradually a community of writers and reviewers gathered around Justin.

Around two years later, in April 2006, Motionographer evolved from Tween to its present form.

Justin Cone, editor, works with a team of contributors: Onur Aksoy, Babe Elliott Baker (who designed the site), Marcos “Boca” Ceravolo, John Cranston, Bran Dougherty-Johnson, Eric Edwards, Ted Gore, Jon Gorman, Yotam Hadar, Matt Lambert, Daniel Oeffinger, Simon Robson, Jon Saunders, Igor Sordokhonov, Mate Steinforth and James Wignall.

Hallmarks of the Motionographer community are a dedication to finding the best quality copies of motion graphics work, a capacity to both admire and critique that work, and a generous spirit. And, of course, the site is beautifully designed!

Motionographer includes regular blog posts, a forum, the Cream of the Crop list of companies, archived articles and a list of current jobs available in the industry. It’s a WordPress-run site, hosted at Mediatemple, just like The Inspiration Room Daily.

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One Response to Motionographer a source of inspiration

  1. Justin has done a great job with Motionographer, that i’ve been following (and sending tips) since the beginning. Being part of the industry is a plus, and i love that most of the work shown is selected due to aesthetical merits, and not because it was backed by a million dollar campaign by a big brand.

    Great job on Duncan’s TV redesign. It seems we’re in the season of inspiration blogs redesign.

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