Nelson, BC, Canada
E-mail enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgPublished by March 13th, 2007 in Streams. 0 Comments
A collection of work, thoughts, dreams and schemes from iaminawe.
Angella recently created this illustration for the Laugh it Off Annual 3 and the theme was religion. The book has just been published and is for sale around the country. As always its filled with controversial, well written material with high quality visual content from a range of contributors.
Published by Gregg December 10th, 2006 in Design, Illustration and Publishing. 0 Comments
Iaminawe creates high quality motion graphics and animation in a variety of different mediums for broadcast, theatre, live events and web delivery.
We have developed a strong portfolio in producing animation for successful theatre and live events over the past two years. We have animated and projected for democracy celebrations, Greek tragedies, musicals, operas and a ballet and have consistently received favorable press regarding our work.
We use stop motion, live action, compositing, 2D, Flash and 3D animation to achieve the creative goals required by our clients.
Iaminawe has animated music videos and TV show identities for broadcast and are always looking for new exciting opportunities in this field.
Our work has been broadcast locally on SABC 3, SABC 2, SABC 1, Kyknet and Kenya Television.
Live Performance visuals (VJ)
Iaminawe chop and scratch their particular style of animated visuals and live footage, mixed live to music. This is a very spontaneous and creative way of video mixing and it has applications in events, concerts, launches and performances. Iaminawe has an extensive archive of video clips and animation making for interesting and eclectic mixes.Published by Skabenga June 17th, 2006 in Streams. 0 Comments
Iaminawe likes to draw, cut, paste, photograph, paint, glue, click, stencil, sew, sculpt, spray, stick, peel, screenprint, scratch, scan, photocopy, print, vectorise, soak, crumple, drip, drop, throw and catch cool illustration projects.
We like to do this in and on books, magazines, T-Shirts, walls, websites, journals, sketchbooks, postcards and in your TV.
So if you have a brief that needs interesting interpretation and some fresh creative juice then look no further.
Graphic and Identity Design
Iaminawe likes to represent. We like to represent you too.
To do this, we design individual identities that encompass original logo design, business cards, letterheads, e-mail newsletters and anything else that applies to the way you present your business image to the world.
Print and Packaging
Iaminawe offers a full range of print based graphic design services including programs, posters, packaging, banners, brochures and all forms of promotional literature.
We have worked with many magazines and publishers and have created successful book cover designs, magazine layouts and editorial illustrations for a variety of clientsPublished by Skabenga June 17th, 2006 in Streams. 0 Comments
Web & Animation
Iaminawe does not design websites. Iaminawe creates web experiences.
These are delivered through effective and creative use of modern web technologies allowing sites to become immersive experiences that do not compromise function for beauty.
On the client side, the creation of these experiences starts with a thorough strategic analysis of your brand and objectives. Once we know why you want a site and who it’s aimed at, we will work with you to create a strategy that will help to achieve these goals and continue to attract visitors long after the site has gone live.
The sites we create range from small micro-sites through to large web presences including administration areas for managing and maintaining the site content and mailing lists. Sites are built in a modular user friendly fashion that allows for easy updating and future expansion.
We offer a whole range of services relating to your site including hosting, domain name registration, statistics on visitors and newsletter management. We believe it is important to establish effective communication channels with your site visitors/customers and have an efficient system for sending out branded newsletters and monitoring the success rate of these mail shots.Published by Skabenga June 17th, 2006 in Streams. 0 Comments
Iaminawe (I- am - in- AWE) is a nomadic experiment in lateral living.
It is travel, passion, culture, movement, originality and creativity.
It is a stylistic affinity between the extremes.
It is a husband and wife creative engine for animation, design, illustration and film. In between indulging the thoughts and ideas they need to share with the world, they write articles, take photographs, illustrate their thoughts and animate their dreams.
We have lived, worked and travelled together since 2000 and have carted our remote office from the volcanoes of Guatemala, to the sand dunes of Morocco, to the charged working spaces of London ,to the tip of the African continent with a studio in Cape Town and a view of the sea and finally settling with 2 little girls in tow in the Kootenay Rocky Mountains of Canada in a beautiful city called Nelson.
Gregg Coppen is from Durban. He studied for 3 years at Mediatek (now a mattress shop) and then went out into the world to seek his fortune. He hasn’t yet made the fortune but has worked in some interesting places around the world doing animation and web work. He found his future wife and partner while teaching animation & design in New York. They collaborated, travelled together, fell in love, produced some cool work, won some great clients and iaminawe was born.
He often finds himself swamped in complex actionscript worlds and dreams in vivid hexadecimal colours.
Downhill longboarding and surfing are his sanity.
He is from the South and likes Freehand.
Angella Kuch-Coppen hails from Edmonton in Canada and studied at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. With her shoes full of brains and her brains full of feet, she travelled and gained experience and accolades working in studios in Canada, Australia, New York and London. She illustrates from her heart, drinks hazelnut coffee in industrial doses and loves to get new pens.
Things that keep her sane include; drawing mandalas, surfing and sunsets on the cliffs.
She dreams in perfectly registered CMYK colours.
She is from the North and likes Illustrator.