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Aqua Opera Animation

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“Take a symphony orchestra and some traditional African instruments, add full, sweet voices of diverse registers and put them in a spectacular setting with a varied programme spanning classical opera, jazz and township music, and you have Cape Town Aqua Opera. ” - Tonight

“The weather was perfect, harbour lights shimmered on the water - and many members of the audience insisted on dancing to the finale. Cape Town has a new `signature event`” - The Voice of the Nation

Iaminawe were commissioned to create animation for the recent “Aqua Opera” production which was held on a floating stage in Cape Towns V&A
Waterfront.

The brief was to a tight 2 week deadline and imagery was required to compliment the 15 varying styles of opera music ranging from “Ancient Africa” opera fusion to traditional Italian Opera through to Contempory African styles of music.

We worked closely with the shows designer Michael Mitchell to develop storyboards that captured the mood of each song and complimented Director Angelo Gobbato’s vision.

The show was filmed by and aired on SABC 3 and received great reviews and feedback.

The Cast: Members of Cape Town Opera, Jazzart Dance Theatre and Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, with Sibongile Khumalo and Neo Muyanga.

This project presented its fair share of technical issues as we were working with a new product called a Maxedia Media Server. It was great to explore this new technology which is loop based and controlled by the lighting desk but it was unfortunately still in a bit of a buggy beta version when we used it. Great potential though.

The 5m X 7m screen was an “opti-screen” which doesnt require a projector and is very scaleable as it is built in strips. It is self illuminating and is used for electronic billboards that need to be seen in the day. It was very bright.

Cape Town Youth

A photo assignment for Australia based design magazine Yen. The brief was to capture different styles from the street in a laid back informal way.

Cape Town Youth photo editorial

Freelink website

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A new flash site has been completed for Cape Town based photographic services company Freelink.
The site features a portfolio of their photography as well as many locations galleries so have a look to get a great overview of Cape Towns many textures.

Seer Kops Exhibition

A few updates…. if you are in Cape Town tomorrow night come along to the Cold Room where iaminawe are exhibiting some chaos in motion graphics work at the “Best Before Exhibition”…the address is New Cold Room, 25 Church Street, Woodstock commences @ 19:00 Xspires @ 23:00, cover charge: R10

Cape Town 2004 Flippenbooks

This flippenbook is a collection of a few of Angella Coppen’s illustrations and streams of concious while living in Cape Town. This time period was characterised by explorations into a cool new swirly drawing style.

This flippenbook was created from illustrations created by Gregg Coppen while living in Cape Town. Mountains have replaced streets as the longboard inspirations spills out in different ways.

In this flippenbook we showcase some of the screenprinting and illustration work we did around the original cityflauge idea of becoming your cities King Kong.

So whats a flippen book? Well, if you haven’t yet, just try flip the pages of the illustration above and you will unearth a collection of interesting and beautiful illustrations and designs from that period of our lives.

If you would like to view this and other flippenbooks full size please open the flippenbook browser in another window.

African Labyrinth article

African labyrinths layout

View a full size version of the layout here

This was an article designed for Ritual Art for the first Laugh it Off Annual. It features various elements that were created for the website African Labyrinth and was used to promote the site.






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