Danil Krivoruchko took one idea and turned it into thousands.
“About 2 or 3 years ago I was at Lovebyte conference and saw a design made by Universaleverything,” said Krivoruchko. “They used Processing to make these generative characters for badges of every participant there. I really liked the idea.”
The Psyop Circuit is our series about the real magic at Psyop: its people. In this edition, we chat with director/designer Georgia Tribuiani.
From set design to animation, Italian born Georgia Tribuiani runs the creative gamut. Her experiences have allowed her to work both on set and behind the scenes, from concept to completion. Her talents have earned her multiple accolades and her dedication has lead her around the world to her current post as Creative Director in the Psyop LA office.
How did you get started?
I’m a self taught graphic designer. I studied Architecture at Liceo Artistico in Italy and continued on to graduate from the Accademia di Belle Arti di Urbino with degrees in Art History and Set Design. So I started my career working as set designer for theaters and exhibitions.
Spring hits early with Opossom’s debut album, “Electric Hawaii.” Sporting a sound The Guardian describes as “upbeat psychedelia,” this sunshine-infused sonic seltzer is the perfect soundtrack for a mental picnic in the dead of winter.