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  1. Interactive Touch Wall Brings Historic Masterpiece to Life for Japan Supernatural

    Woman looks at animated yokai on the interactive touch wall created by S1T2 for the Japan Supernatural exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
    For hundreds of years, Japanese art and storytelling has been captivated by yōkai – supernatural monsters, demons and extraordinary household objects. In Hiroharu Itaya’s narrative handscroll ‘Night procession of the hundred demons (Hyakki Yagyô)’, these spirits come to life in a fantastic parade of mirth and mayhem, wreaking havoc on the human world.
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  2. A Digital Twist on Traditional Art at #JapanSupernatural

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    This month, we’ve launched two new artworks with the Art Gallery of NSW as part of their summer exhibition, Japan Supernatural. The show brings you face-to-face with a vibrant array of phenomenal beings – ghosts, goblins and other extraordinary monsters – from the rich spiritual world of Japanese folklore. 
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  3. The problem affecting ⅓ children that nobody knows

    Fijian child in UNICEF Draw the Line TVC.
    What if I told you the next 1,000 days of your life would decide your destiny?
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  4. Creative Collaborator: Emily Mirla Harrison

    Musical compositions are an oft-forgotten art that plays a significant role during storytelling. Without the right composition, audiences can feel disconnected from the intended message. With it, the tone, mood and emotions are amplified through a beautiful crescendo of visuals and sound.
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  5. Nicky Likes – February 2019

    Nicky Likes February 2019 blog post feature image.
    It’s been a while but I’m back again! Welcome to “Nicky Likes” the blog where I curate all my the things that tingle my creativity.
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  6. Nicky Likes – November 2018

    Nicky Likes November 2018 blog post feature image.
    Welcome back to “Nicky Likes”! It’s been a while since the last issue, but I’m back and curating all my art and technology inspiration here at S1T2.
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  7. Nicky Likes – September 2018

    Nicky Likes September 2018 blog post feature image.
    Hello fellow creatives! I’m back again with my 2nd issue of  “Nicky Likes”, a blog series that explores and shares the art and technology references that have influenced me at work.
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  8. How to Make a 3D Hologram

    Artwork for How to Make a Hologram with S1T2.
    At S1T2 we’re always sharing new technologies and designs with each other to help and inspire our work. Sometimes, this leads to personal projects and R&D at work. Even though my title is Lead Animator, I always have the chance to contribute ideas and designs to keep my creative juices flowing.
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  9. Making a Meaningful Animation with the McGrath Foundation

    McGrath Foundation Wallpaper.
    The McGrath Foundation is one of Australia’s most well known and loved charities – and for good reason. So when they approached us to create an animation to introduce their brand refresh, we knew it was going to be an incredible opportunity. Not only would we be contributing to a great cause, we would be doing so by helping to tell a story.
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  10. Generative Video: Compelling Interactive Content

    Generative Video Interactive Animation.
    In 2011, Jason Zada, released a short film titled Take This Lollipop which served as a landmark occasion for generative video. The film, very much set in the horror genre, opens with a creepy man hunched over his computer as he proceeds to stalk his victim. While this in itself was not spectacular in any way, there was one key distinction between Zada’s film and other horror flicks – Zada puts you in the story.
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  11. Introducing My Vodafone with Animations

    Vodafone Smartphone Animation App.
    The My Vodafone TVC combines live footage with an animation overlay to explain Vodafone’s new app for smartphones. The objective was to encourage and familiarise the customers with the smartphone app.
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  12. We Help NBN Debunk Myths with Animated Videos

    NBN Creative Animation of two kids riding rocket.
    A lot of chatter comes with high investment government projects, such as the National Broadband Network (“NBN”), the $38 billion project under the public eye’s scrutiny.
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