Concerto de Natal// Natal da Terra da Mãe dos Deuses
Stage and background projection mapping designed for the traditional Christmas play that took place at the Opera House in Manaus, Brasil on Christmas eve 2010. Till today, it was the biggest Video mapping event ever held in the state of Amazonas with an attendance
of over 100.000 people. Over 4000 artists, among 50 actors, 4 choirs, 2 bands, 300
ballet dancer and 2500 acting, dance and music students performed on the stages, which combined, were over 600 square meters big. The concept was created by Jodele Larcher/Inova, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Animation for EVA´s Instagram campaign//Collection Landscape Memória Nômade "Mindscape" | Eva Verão 2016
In June 2012, the United Nations’ was hosting a global sustainable development summit in Rio de Janeiro, 20 years after the first Earth Summit. The official themes of Rio+20 were: “a green economy in the context of sustainable development poverty eradication”; and the “institutional framework for sustainable development.” The Global Forest Watch 2.0 project was providing a preview of our forest monitoring system that united technology, transparency, and human networks to mobilize faster, credible, more effective forest conservation and sustainable forest management.
Directed by JohnJohn Valle
Produced by Santo Forte Filmes
Architect Carla Juaçaba worked with Art Director Bia Lessa on the design of ‘Pavilion Humanidade 2012’. The brazilian architect and winner of this year’s arcVision prize for women in architecture, imagined a layered and translucent space exposed to the elements so as to remind users of their frailty in the face of nature. the five structural walls measuring 120 meters by 20 meters create a suspended walkway over rio’s landscape, interjected with spaces for the exhibition program as well as reflection and thought. the rooms additionally act as a type of sheathing, their stiffness helping brace the pavilion in critical moments. in keeping with visions of a sustainable future posited in the showcase and conference, the architecture is primarily comprised of previously used scaffolding and is fully recyclable.
OESTUDIO outono inverno// fall winter 2010 são paulo fashion week
OEstudio chose to show its collection through a virtual parade: a movie that showed pieces of the collection, as if it were a story.
On one side of the bleachers, a long screen, the size of the catwalk. In front, the audience. There were no photographers, the pit fivou empty, after all, the collection would be shown on video. The film consists of two models parading on a dark walkway, the music was like that of a silent film, then more insertions, such as social inclusion campaign, replicated and grainy images, detail details of finishes, combinations of clothes, of elasticity, images that looked like ballet, and there was even romance at the end. According to the stylists, a creative collective that besides fashion makes video, design and a lot of artistic thing, the idea was "to put the feet on the ground", hits the edges, hence the Tuning name of the collection.
From 2001 to 2012, Brazil dominated the volleyball scene, winning a combined total of three Olympic gold medals, three FIVB World Championships, two FIVB World Cups, four FIVB World Grand Champions Cups, eight FIVB World Leagues and five FIVB World Grand Prix’s.
Now, some of the players, coaches and management who were central to that golden era have spoken for the first time about the most successful decade in Brazilian volleyball history in “Gold, Sweat and Tears” (“Ouro, Suor e Lagrimas”).The documentary aims to understand the story behind the success, with an inside look at the daily lives of athletes such as Giba, Fabí, Ricardinho and Serginho as well as coaches Bernardo Rezende and José Roberto Guimarães as they prepared for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
directed by Helena Sroulevich
produced by Caribe FIlms
The Velada gathers international artists in Maracaibo, Venezuela, to bring their art into ordinary private houses. It transforms the whole housing area into a colorful art festival for thousands of people. The film documents one of Venezuela's biggest festivals of contemporary art, which the Hamburg based artist Clemencia Labín launched more than a decade ago in her native town Maracaibo. With lots of charm, bite and endurance she managed to convince all the neighbors around the Santa Lucia church to open up their houses to hundreds of artists and tens of thousands of visitors.
directed by Viviane Blumenschein
produced by Tony Petersen Film
Duas Pátrias, Dois Amores is about Luso-Brazilians with a special talent. In their works or crafts, these Portuguese men and women, in a way, rediscovered Brazil, contributing to its development and helping to build it. Each of these lives intertwined in this documentary, translates, in its way, the affection shared between Brazil and Portugal - the country that has adopted them and their native land - joining past and present. , characters D. Pedro I - the first Portuguese in Brazil, Albino Souza Cruz - businessman, Ascanio Maria Martins Monteiro - artist, Carmen Miranda - singer, Joaquim Inacio da Fonseca Saraiva - Bookseller, Maria Adelaide Amaral - writer, Roberto Leal - singer, Ruth Escobar - actress and theatrical producer, And Mr. the Baker Souza
directed by Claudia Furiati
produced by Caribe Produções
Directed by Gabriel Mendes e John Valle
Produced by Caribe Produções
.MOTION DESIGN//TV COMMERCIAL
The whole town is a stage. In celebration of the annual Salzburg Festival, for two whole weeks a spectacularly displayed costume-sketch of the “Buhlschafts-Robe” has come to life in the Cadenzza window display. The synergy between the individually attached crystals and spotlights is able to transform the wafting red silk skirt into three dimensional playfulness and oozes dramatic elegance. A perfect staging for Haute Couture.
FACHADAS //Tribute to Augusto de Campos
The event called Fachada Projeções honors 80 years of poet Augusto de Campos. It was realized in partnership with United Vjs and Inova.tv , directed by Jodele Larcher at the CCBB in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil in 2011.
produced by inova.tv
.motion design//Opening sequence
CANTÃO // Campaign Céu verão 2011
Opening sequence for cantão verão céu 2011 fashion show and in-store videos
Photos courtesy of Agência Fotosite
.motion design//Opening sequence
CANTÃO // Campaign entremundos 2010
Opening sequence for cantão ENTREMUNDOS 2010 fashion show and in-store videos
The Nissan Kicks was the official car of Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Its first appearance was on May 3rd at the start of the Rio Olympics torch relay across Brazil.
The Nissan Kicks was the lead vehicle of the torch relay convoy that accompanied torchbearers through 300 cities and towns across Brazil, which started in May in Brasilia and ended in Rio at the start of the Olympics, August 5th.
.MOTION DESIGN//Projection Design
RIO2016 Global Launch//
.Images Copyright Nissan//
Oliver Jurique is a art director, editor, designer and visual artist focused on creating unique experiences and experimental visuals, somewhere in the field between moving and non-moving images. He has created visuals for a variety of media formats , for advertising and political campaigns to title sequences, documentaries, music videos and film.
Born and raised in Germany, he moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2005, where he has spent almost 14 years to pursue more work and new experiences as a creative for studios and production houses; exploring new ways of communication between our digital and physical worlds and investigate the boundaries between disciplines. He also holds a bachelors degree in cinema from UNESA, Rio de Janeiro, graduated in 2009.
He has worked for clients such as State Government of Maranhão, Lula Presidential Election Campaign 2018, Globo, Yahoo America Latina, ZDF, Arte, DFROST, Russell Brand and Mandalah and brands including Nissan, H.Stern, Cantão, Eva, Riachuelo, Cadenzza, or Victorinox.