Losing Our Marbles
CGI Loops Put Us In A Trance
Published On: 08/08/17
Instagram is a great way to discover new people, places & things. It’s a great source of inspiration for almost anything. Through this medium, we kill time on the subway, research new product and as of late, watch endless videos. We recently discovered a playful CGI series by Swedish motion graphics artist, Andreas Wannerstedt.
Video Above: Dancing Marbles
These videos have a great combination of colours and textures. The loops put us in a trance while we follow the marbles from A - B - C - A - B - C ….
Video Above: The Salmon Run
Video Above: Half-pipe Roulette
Video Above: Half-pipe Madness
We're looking forward to seeing what comes next from this fabulous mind.
About the artist: Andreas Wannerstedt is a graphic designer and motion graphics artist currently living in Sweden. He has worked with companies such as Adidas, Ikea, P.Diddy & Coca-Cola.
Check out his Instagram for more fun stuff.
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