Porcelain has been selected by the nice people of the Bogotá Music Video Festival, for their official 2017 panorama section. The festival runs from November 22nd to 28th.
We're very humbled! Have a great festival!!
Today Porcelain is screened at the
in Yerevan, Armenia, as part of their
Thanks for selecting us
and have a great festival!
The people over at the VOID - International Animation Film Festival were so kind to show some stills of my next animation film. It's called Remnants. There's not much to talk about right now, as it's in really early production.
Just some stills to ease you into the weekend. so, have a nice one.
And here is Porcelain on Vimeo as well..
Have a nice weekend and thanks again for watching!
Here it is! Porcelain is online!!
Watch and hopefully enjoy, spread, link, like n stuff.
Thanks again to the VOID - International Animation Film Festival,
ITFS - Internationales Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart, Brititsh Animation Film Festival and Odense International Film Festival for screening Porcelain (so far)!
- Joe Madog & CitéNOIR
Back from the International Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart,
where the Porcelain video was shown on a beautifully large screen.
So nice! Thanks for having us.
Porcelain has been officially selected for the ITFS 2017 (Internationales Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart) !!
Very humbled & looking forward to it!
Back from the Void International Animation Film Festival.
We had a really nice time at an amazing festival! Thanks again to the
void crew for having us and hosting the premiere of Porcelain! ..cheers.
We have been invited to the Void International Animation Film Festival in Copenhagen, where Porcelain will have it’s World premiere on February the 2nd!!! ..looking forward to it!
..did some artwork for the Be-Troit project.
It’s finally done! my first animated video.
This animation film is a visualization of a song called “porcelain” by Joe Madog. It deals with the theme of ephemerality and longing. It’s about the fragile things we hold precious, trying to hold on to, but who will inevitably fade away, vanish or break like porcelain. The animation was pencilled on paper on a lighttable and then inked with brush and a light black ink and some gray inkwash, then arranged in a videosequencer frame by frame.
..now let’s hope it’ll get picked up by some animation festivals.