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02 JANUARY 2014

Alan Becker's Animator vs Animation series

"Animator vs. Animation plays with the idea that the little stick figures that you animate can fight back and do damage to your computer. Since the world of computers is so vast, the possibility for gags is endless. I've had the stick figure engage in matrix style fighting with all the icons on the desktop, a one–on–one duel with Clippy (the old Microsoft Word Assistant), a solitaire fight with another stick figure using cards, the list goes on."

(Alan Becker)

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Adobe Flash • Alan Becker • animated episodesanimationanimator as creator • Animator vs Animation • chase scene • Clippy (Microsoft Word Assistant) • duelepisodesfightfight backfight sequenceFlash animation • Microsoft Word Assistant • mise-en-abymemultiple media chase scenenaively drawn figuresone-on-oneparodyremediationsilly web video • solitaire • stick figurestick man • story within a story • The Matrix (1999)web graphicsweb vernacularwebisode

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Simon Perkins
12 APRIL 2012

LycetteBros:Typecast

"Inspired by the multi–award winning Not My Type (Lycette Bros. 1993–2002) and made specifically for the mobile medium, Typecast is a series of scenarios involving three central characters, an elevator and the mobile phone.

This series of five shortform linear works were created for the 'small of screen' and 'short of time' and as such they relied on easily recognisable scenarios, characters and devices – and of course – lowbrow humour.

In order to maximize the potential audience and provide performance on numerous devices of various resolutions, the challenge was to devise 5 animations of the same 30 second duration, without any dialogue or text and without changing scenes or cutting. The other major challenge was to create all of the characters and props using only typographic elements – letters, symbols, punctuation and fonts."

(John and Mark Lycette)

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
12 APRIL 2012

LycetteBros: revisting Not My Type

"The Not My Type animation series was primarily produced for distribution on the internet. Set in an office, the Not My Type series explores the various relationships within. While avoiding the use of language and dialogue, Not My Type, takes various typographic faces, symbols and characters and then duplicates, distorts and moves them to create a simple, stylistic production.

The initial version was created using Macromedia Director in 1995 (while John was at University) and was then recreated in 2000 for internet distribution using Flash – which was a perfect fit for a font based, primarily black & white animation. Not My Type I was so well received that another episode soon followed, culminating in four episodes by the end of 2002."

(John and Mark Lycette)

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1995200020022D animationAdobe Flashanimated episodesanimationanimation seriesAustraliablack and white • distribution on the internet • episodesexpressive typographyfonts • internet distribution • John LycetteLycette BrosMacromedia DirectorMark LycettemuteNot My Typeoffice settingshort film • stylistic production • typetypeface personalitiestypographic characterstypographic faces • typographic symbols • typography

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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