MOTION GRAPHICS

Land of Giants - Belfast Titanic Building

Client: Giant Events | June 2012

On the 30th of June 2012, Belfast was lit up by the Land of Giants Festival. An integral part to the build up to the 2012 Olympics, the Land of Giants Festival was a night to remember. Presenting a unique tale on an epic scale to an audience of 18,000 on Belfast's newest events space, the Titanic Slipways, the event took inspiration from some of the iconic giants found in the history, society and landscape of Northern Ireland.

 

Land of Giants was billed as the largest outdoor arts event ever seen in Northern Ireland involving a cast and crew of over 500 people. This ambitious event combined acrobatics, aerial dance, physical performance, music, 3D outdoor projection, special effects and pyrotechnics into a one-off spectacular show.

 

It was such a privilege to see the hand drawn frames that we produced, as part of a 6 man team, being projected onto the Titanic building in front of so many people that night. There were over 6000 frames to be hand drawn in just over 4 weeks, so it was demanding but totally worth it.

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Land of Giants - Belfast Titanic Building

Client: Giant Events | June 2012

On the 30th of June 2012, Belfast was lit up by the Land of Giants Festival. An integral part to the build up to the 2012 Olympics, the Land of Giants Festival was a night to remember. Presenting a unique tale on an epic scale to an audience of 18,000 on Belfast's newest events space, the Titanic Slipways, the event took inspiration from some of the iconic giants found in the history, society and landscape of Northern Ireland.

 

Land of Giants was billed as the largest outdoor arts event ever seen in Northern Ireland involving a cast and crew of over 500 people. This ambitious event combined acrobatics, aerial dance, physical performance, music, 3D outdoor projection, special effects and pyrotechnics into a one-off spectacular show.

 

It was such a privilege to see the hand drawn frames that we produced, as part of a 6 man team, being projected onto the Titanic building in front of so many people that night. There were over 6000 frames to be hand drawn in just over 4 weeks, so it was demanding but totally worth it.

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