TEDxSydney 2012 opening titles

STUDIO:  Engine
DESIGNER(S):  Creative director: Simon Robson
CLIENT:  TEDxSydney

Engine was invited to create the opening titles and two pieces of unique content for TEDxSydney.

The TEDxSydney 2012 titles and Engine’s short interstitial film Monday Disappear were created by Engine’s creative director Simon Robson. “The titles Live. Real. Now. illustrate the possibility of live situations using dancers, body paint, projections, a split screen grid and a whole lot of fun. They are about typography, high energy and momentum,” explains Robson.

The titles not only opened TEDxSydney 2012 but were also shown as cut downs throughout the weekend event.

Robson and the Engine team also created Monday Disappear a Brett Easton Ellis novel-inspired ambient short film that uses colour, form and movement to take the viewer to another land.

The final Engine piece shown at TEDxSydney 2012 was a behind-the-scenes collaboration created during the production of their recent Mount Franklin Easy Crush Bottle 30-second TVC.

View the opening titles below.

  • Engine_TEDx_Opener_01
  • Engine_TEDx_Opener_02

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