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07 JUNE 2015

Passive digital experience forms backdrop to annual trade convention

"Working with with illustrator and Art Director Katie Scott, we created an unique 15m x 3.5m animated wallpaper that slowly evolved over a 4 hour period. Created for Pernod Ricards' annual creative meeting on the private island of Embiez in the south of France and installed by Paris based Events agency Auditoire. The installation became a passive digital experience that functioned as a thought provoking backdrop to the schedule of creative speakers. Using 'Foley' artist Michael to create the audio effect and Lewis and myself to create the animation we were able to take Katie's illustration into an animated form, and her unique world became an animated experience."

(Christopher Pearson)

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20132D animation • advertising convention • aesthetic spectacleambient artanatomiesanimal physiologyanimated experienceanimated painting • animated wallpaper • annual convention • Auditoire (events agency) • backdropbiomedical illustration • Christopher Pearson • corporate events • creative meeting • Embiez • energizing corporate cultureevents design • experiential advertising • foley artist • immersive experience • Katie Scott • large scale installation • Lewis White • Michael Floyd • passive digital experience • Pernod Ricard • physiologyphytotomyplant anatomy • private island • sceneryscientific illustrationsouth of Francetrade conventionvideo muralvisual spectaclewomen illustrators

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Simon Perkins
29 JANUARY 2015

The Codex Seraphinianus by Luigi Serafini

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1981alien beings • alien writing system • anatomies • art book • bipedal creatures • bizarre games • bizarre imagerybizarre machines • bizarre vehicles • burial customs • Codex Seraphinianus (1981) • colour illustrations • delicate appearance • dining practicesdivergent conceptsencyclopaedia • fantaencyclopedia • fantastical science • fantastical worlds • funereal customs • futuristic machines • hallucinogenic • hand-drawn illustrationillustrated book • illustrated encyclopaedia • imaginary landscapesimaginary worlds • Italian artist • ludic intervention • Luigi Serafini • mutant scienceorganism • pencil illustrations • plant life • psychedelic imagery • senseless machines • speculative architecturespeculative biology • speculative chemistry • speculative physics • strange flowers • surreal landscape • surrealist illustration • weird book • writing system

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Simon Perkins
10 MARCH 2009

Brought to Life: Exploring the History of Medicine

"The Science Museum of London is launching an ambitious and amazing sounding website this March [2009] entitled Brought to Life: Exploring the History of Medicine. The website will present images of, and details about, 2,500 fantastic objects illustrating centuries of medical history from around the world. Many of these objects have never been on public view; others are on display in the (wonderful) health and medicine galleries of the museum. The project is supported by the Wellcome Trust, and the website will feature access to items from the Wellcome Trust collection held by the Science Museum."
(Joanna Ebenstein, Morbid Anatomy)

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Simon Perkins
14 NOVEMBER 2008

Anatomic Illustrations of Japanese Mythological Creatures

"This diagram showing a medical cross–section of Godzilla was created in 1967 by Shogo Endo for a book called An Anatomical Guide to Monsters. Apart from Godzilla it contains a variety of anatomical drawings of many other kaijus, including Mothra, Gamera and Agurius."

(Omar Kardoudi, 23 May 2014)

Shoji Otomo (writer) and Shogo Endo (illustrator) (1967). "An Anatomical Guide to Monsters".

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1967 • An Anatomical Guide to Monsters (1967) • anatomical illustrationanatomical pathologyanatomiesanatomyanimalanimal anatomyanimal physiologybeastcharacter designdiagramfantasy • Gamera • Ghidorah • Godzilla • imaginaryJapan • kaiju • legendary creaturemonster • Mothra • mythmythological creaturemythologyphysiology • Shogo Endo • Shoji Otomo • tokusatsu • visual communication • zootomy

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Simon Perkins
10 OCTOBER 2006

The Remarkable Animals flip-book

The Remarkable Animals "flip book introduces the reader to ten animals. An interesting description of each animal is given in a three–part segment. These ten remarkable creatures can become up to one thousand bizarre beasts with astonishing new identities. With the flip of a page, the name, description, and illustration entirely change. A weevil can turn into a wunkfitor complete with an explanation of its characteristics. This book provides entertainment as well as factual information. The illustrations depict brilliantly each animal, and their bold, bright colors are eye–catching and appealing. Get ready to find out all about the Rhossullar."

(Annette Van Wagenen)

Tony Meeuwissen (2001). "Remarkable Animals", Frances Lincoln Children's Books.

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anatomiesbook designbook formbook formatexquisite corpseflip bookillustrated bookinteractive booksinteractive toyorganism • Remarkable Animals • Tony Meeuwissen
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