If you’ve been by the studio in the last 2 years or so, you know I’ve been experimenting and messing around on some new products and directions. But for those of you who haven’t, I thought it was time to start rolling some prototypes out bit by bit—starting with this folding chair and ottoman made of walnut, brass and nylon webbing. Looking forward to sharing more in the coming months. -Todd
More shots of the chair on toddstjohn.com.
A couple of recent 3-dimensional illustrations for Wired Magazine. The article was about a new Quantum computer, the d-wave. A handful of illustrators were sent black cubes shaped liked the computer and asked to build their idea of what is going on inside it.
A quick movie of the ‘Quantum cube’:
AM Lab recently asked us to create this animation, talking about the dirty truth behind your gadgets. All scenes were created practically, using stop-motion animation and projection.
AM Lab started in 1971, making cleaning products for gadgets like record players and vinyl. Today they make cleaning products for gadgets like smartphones and computers. Learn more at getclean.am
We recently collaborated with Interbrand to create a short video about AT&T Mobility, reflecting on their positioning vision within a crowded market. Agency: Interbrand / Design & Animation: HunterGatherer / Music: King Clonz
Be the spring intern! It’s fun! (And it’s paid). Must be a current student studying industrial or product design. Must possess proficiency in Rhino or other CAD software. Good craftsmanship and woodworking knowledge a strong plus. Please send links & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘internship’ in subject line. No large attachments, please. Apply no later than Feb 27th (the earlier the better, though).
Recently, Hawaii’s Department of Land & Natural Resources reached out to us to develop a series of animated PSAs dedicated to conservation in Hawaii. The first introduces the endangered Palila: A native bird whose environment and existence is threatened by invasive plant and animal species. The second explains how preservation of Hawaii’s native forests is essential to maintaining the local watershed. Both spots were voiced by Jason Scott Lee.
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