Anything that is happening with Lemonade
QI Press Controls needed a visualisation of their groundbreaking Offset Press Control Camera IDS-3D. Through our friends of Zero Creative we were asked to convert the CAD-model and give it the beauty treatment. Including an exploded view, of course.
Bare structure, steel, rust, cables & art. That’s what Art Venture is about. An exhibition on a ship, currently at the NDSM-werf in Amsterdam-Noord, next to city beach Pllek. Caroline Wissing, the organizer of the event (together with curator Catherine van Lith) has transformed this 40 year old deep sea trawler from a rusting […]
Another doodle, just to get away from all the planning and budgeting for a short while. Always an exercise of course, this one is in lighting.
Our new dynamic website was born today! Everybody say Yay!
Time has been wasted, but in a good way. And self portraits are a long established tradition, are they not? (Anything to not appear vain or self centered! 😉
The short Granny Lane is to be shown at the Andorra Kids’ Film Festival, from 7 to 18 May 2014.
Our 2014 showreel is ready for you to enjoy. If you’d rather see it in HD (I know we do!), just skip on over to Vimeo for a highres version!
The last two weeks of March 2014 the Icelandic Childrens Film Festival will be held in Reykjavik, and the organization requested that Granny Lane be sent in. Hurray!
The festival sounds really cool: the only art house cinema in the whole of Iceland organises this, non-profit. And their representative is really called Thor, can you […]
Thor’s Hammer, the new Dark Ride in Oslo’s Tusenfryd theme park, for which Lemonade produced all stereoscopic animation, has received the 2nd place prize in the European Star Award contest, in the category Best Dark Ride. Whoohoo!
On the eve of Ragnarok, the legendary battle between the Norse Gods, Loki steals the hammer of Thor, the God of Thunder. This hammer, Mjølnir, must be returned to Thor, so he can fight against Loki’s spawn.
This is the story of the Dark Ride “Mjølnir, Thor’s Hammer”, which runs in a cave in the Norwegian theme […]