Motion Graphics Trend: Escheresque transitions



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Another spotted trend in motion design: transition techniques that in their distorted perspectives clearly borrow from the work of Escher. Not surprisingly, these transitions are usually executed in a sketched style, also used by the great man himself.

The smooth, fluent and sudden change of perspective fooles the eye for a second, only making the viewer more eager to fully embrace the next, visually correct scene.

Videos in the compilation:
VISA – Le Club – Flying V https://vimeo.com/74463726
Williams Martini Racing. Monza. – Chris Dooley https://vimeo.com/94413193
Hide and Seek – Malika Favre https://vimeo.com/50572971
BrazenBrand – Brazen Animation https://vimeo.com/104438827
Générique – Vestiaire – Cube Creative https://vimeo.com/41855177
Costa Sunglasses – Kick Plastic – Giant Ant https://vimeo.com/121048787
GE – Ecomagination – Buck https://vimeo.com/129022333
July – Wednesday https://vimeo.com/104524098
Giphy – Jonathan Djob Nkondo https://vimeo.com/104661180
New Sensation – CRCR https://vimeo.com/108778238
Lincoln: Luxury Uncovered – Luis Paris https://vimeo.com/120957957
Pitch Passion – Benedi Yann & Celine Desrumaux https://vimeo.com/11833249
Skadden – Holiday Card 2014 – Freddy Arenas https://vimeo.com/116082945

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