Every year, the Sydney Opera House invites artists to bring along their projectors and beam animations onto the building’s iconic sails, and this year, the honors went to U.K. animation studio Universal Everything. The company is mostly known for its CGI work, but for this year’s exhibition, they took a different approach. They ditched the computers and gathered up a team of artists from around the world to create hand drawn animations.
Each of the 22 artists was given a 30 second block to animate, along with a set of loose guidelines. All were required to use black background and a specific set of colors, and were supplied with unique keyword to use as a general visual theme, such as “flow,” “boom,” or “swarm.”
Link 1 (digitaltrends.com)
Link 2 (website of Universal Everything)