Ablaze Visuals (5)
Analog Recycling (1)
Dan Wise (7)
Daniel Knight (5)
Diana Gheorghiu (3)
Dumb Robot (1)
Ican Agoesdjam (11)
Julius Horsthuis (1)
Matthias Müller (2)
OWK Crew (8)
Patrick Jansen (1)
Primal Eyes (1)
RAW Designs (4)
Rohan Gopalan (1)
Visual Delight (1)
Visual Lab (1)
VJ Galaxy (6)
VJ Hummer (4)
VJ Mikkel (4)
VJ Ablaze aka Ablaze Visuals is a Berlin based VJ and visual artist. Specialized in live interactive visual performances and creating loops.
The AnalogRecycling collective have done it all, from the smallest clubs with only 50 people on the dance floor to the biggest stadiums filled to the brim with over 50.000 people. From Amsterdam to Beijing they are analog people in a digital world.
Artificially Awake is the alias for a collective of talented artists. The brainchild of Kaine Van Riel and his work as a 3D Artist. Artificially Awake's releases are inspired by 3D illusionary projection mapping & listening to very loud techno.
VJ Catmac decided to discontinue his doctoral studies in the Psychology of Perception in order to immediately begin generating visual material and share his passion with those who attend his sessions. He began in 2007 by projecting visuals at night onto the buildings adjacent to his Madrid studio, to the great surprise of the people passing by. Thereafter, he began touring the scene in Madrid, performing at underground events and at private parties. VJ Catmac has also worked on small and large-scale 3D-Mapping projects, but he has dedicated most of his time specializing in the creation of a personal visual language. This unconventional project retains all the elements necessary in order to elicit the esoteric synergy between image, movement and sound.
Dan Wise is a digital artist and animator based in London, with a passion for creating eye catching artwork and experimenting with new styles. Energy, innovation and commitment to creative expression lie at the core of his work. With a background spanning traditional and digital media, he is excited about the rapid evolution of technology and the new possibilities that it is unleashing for digital creativity and performance. Dan is the director of Dan Wise Creative and founder of the All City Collective, a group of innovative and talented street and digital artists. He is always on the lookout for new challenges and collaborations with other artists & musicians.
Daniel Knight likes to amaze people with fascinating, or even strange things. He never crosses the line, always delivering warm feelings, peaceful atmospheres and general epicness. Being very diligent when it comes to details, he challenges himself to always keep innovating, to make things as great as possible. Whether in production, playing on gigs, or doing absolutely ordinary things. With a background in graphic design, he's always searching inside his imagination for ideas that reflect music and can impress others.
Diana Gheorghiu is a visual artist performing for the underground techno scene. Her graphic works are a reaction to the influence that her adoptive country, The Netherlands, has on her: structured, precise and organized.
Dumb Robot is the mechanoid manifestations of Rob Pepler. At the age of 16 Rob started playing with lighting effects at early Acid House parties. The many years of Vjing on the planet surface, producing visuals for the inter-web and staring at fractal algorithms for hours has somewhat fried this android's logic circuits. Rob has worked extensively with some of electronica's best underground producers and artists. He’s worked closely with the Glade Festival and Glastonbury Festival for a number of years. He produced one of the tracks on the world's first 3d view-able album Holotronica by Stuart Warren-Hill, as well as content for various visual labels around the world.
Eyesupply is one of Holland's most experienced and respected VJ crews. Their vibrant rhythmic style is getting international recognition from critics and fans alike.
Ghosteam is a media production company, specializes in stock motion graphics, visual solutions and audio productions. Their visuals spread all around the globe in concerts, festivals & events.
Hybrid Visuals is the mad visual science of Joris de Jong. Besides helping out Resolume users worldwide by being the main support contact, he spends way too much time behind the screen of a Mac. Either he's programming generative visuals in Quartz Composer, or he's watching zombie movies. Also he loves apple pie, and will now stop talking about himself in the third person.
ican*agoesdjam is a motion designer, director and visual jockey based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He starts VJing since 2006. As a VJ he has played many concerts, raves, and music festivals in Indonesia such as Glenn Fredly Concert, Embassy Playground 2008-2010, Trancemotion 2009, Java Soulnation 2010, Djakarta Warehouse Project 2011-2016, Jakarta DJ Festival 2012, David Guetta Live in Jakarta 2012, etc. With such diverse contributions he made it to the 2nd place in a worldwide footage contest held by vjvault.com. In 2011 he was chosen as VJ of the year by Ravelex.net. He also works as director and editor for Indonesian artist’s music videos. Besides the entertainment industry, he also like to VJ for corporate events, working with the multimedia company Visual Corporation, also based in Indonesia.
ILQC was created to empower visual artists to add interactive content to their sets as easily as possible. It's creator Shakinda (co-author of the book on Quartz Composer) believes content that is driven by the moment produces the most authentic connection between artist and audience. He, Edward Butler and The ILQC team have proven this with building mapping and international visual productions seen by nearly half a million people over the last 8 years.
Julius Horsthuis (Amsterdam, 1980) is a Visual Effects designer and Fractal artist. Julius developed a love for film and video at the age of 12. In 2014, Julius started experimenting with Fractal Environments. As a Fractal Artist, he has created Fractal short films, and Immersive Experiences, which have been exhibited in galleries and film festivals around the world, such as the IX symposium in the Satosphere in Montréal, the Cineglobe film festival in CERN and the Geneva Tous Ecrans festival. Online, Julius' fractal art has been picked up or covered by international blogs such as The Creators Project, Motionographer, and the Vimeo Staff picks. His experimental Virtual Reality experiences featured on the Oculus Rift website upon release, and became some of the best rated VR-experiences on the site. http://www.julius-horsthuis.com/
Laak also known as Bart Verlaak is a Belgian motion graphic designer, illustrator, 2D/3D animator classically schooled in both traditional animation as 3D animation. He has over 5 years of professional experience creating custom content for DJ's, commercials, motion design and illustrations. Graduated 2008 at the Media & Design academy Genk, won the Raoul Servais prize for best young animation director in Belgium.
Morris La Mantia [LucidHouse] has worked in virtually every artistic medium, from drawing, painting, sculpture, to film, animation and music. In recent years he has focused exclusively on live and spontaneous Audio Visual performances.
"Early man stared deeply into the flickering flames of primordial fires, sparking fantastical visions and revelations."
Hopefully my work can touch on that hypnotic, cerebral state and inspire some creative occurrence.
Luminator doesn't want to dwell on their many years of experience in creating animation, or their success in the theatrical and entertainment industry. The high price elasticity probably will not make a big impression on you. Instead their love of the moving image and the passion with which they create each project is what sets them apart.
Matthias Müller is a german vfx producer. His tools include 3ds Max, particle flow + box#2, box#3, Krakatoa + Frost, FumeFX and V-ray. What he makes with those tools is awesome.
Moederschip (Mothership) is a young graphic design studio from The Netherlands with members known from the video-art collective "The videoword made flesh" and their new project "Phase Alternating Line".
Panagiotis Tomaras (Muzencab) is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist mainly producing montage films, live projections, photography and light installations. He is the creator of the award winning visuals of Clock DVA and founder of the audiovisual collective Quasigroup. He has commissioned for theatre and opera visuals, commercial teasers, motion graphics and has participated and awarded in several festivals and competitions. His works are explorations and experiments moving across the boundaries of the visual medium.
Netsliders is an audio/visual collective aimed to create unique universes, exploring connections and relations between analog and digital worlds.
Nexus6 is the artistic name of Manolo Soler. Manolo comes from the VFX world, and has been working on video games, movies and commercials. This took him from San Francisco to Germany and then to Spain. Since 2010 he has been working in the creation of visuals for several DJs, showing his visuals all over the world. The DJs include Joachim Garraud, Steve Aoki, Nervo, DJ Vice, Vicetone and Perry Farrell.
Ostwerker Multimedia was founded in 2003 in Dusseldorf, Germany. But in 2005 they moved to Berlin, the cultural capital of Germany and continue to rock as the OWK Crew. Their specialty is 3D modeling and visualization for corporate clients but VJ-ing is their passion and creative outlet.
Patrick Jansen is a dutch professional Flash fanatic based in Rio de Janeiro. His main focus is the development of high visual impact animation solutions, with a strong emphasis on typographic effects. In the past decade his commercial animations, plugins and software have been used by tens of thousands of designers, animators and webdevelopers worldwide.
Jeroen ter Heijden (a.k.a. Primal Eyes) is a Dutch vj and motion designer. He graduated in animation at the Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam. After a couple years experience of doing visuals for some bands, he is now ready to work on his own vj act and create his own (mostly handcrafted) visual content.
Raw Designs is the company of Ryan Whitmer. He is a man of little words but a lot of pixels.
RebelOverlay specialize in live performance visuals, video installations and creative video solutions for clubs, festivals and events. They provide custom visual shows and installations for a wide variety of events across the UK, with performances at Glastonbury Festival, The Big Chill, London International Music Show, BeachBreakLive and the BFI Southbank to name a few.
Rohan is a visual artist based out of India. His forte is projection mapping and motion design. He is inspired by patterns in nature and is passionate about visuals that elevate the subconscious.
Schneefeld is a creative group of individuals based in England, Switzerland and Germany who traverse animation, film making and sculpture.
[dr.] Strangeloop is a new-media artist working in live-video, electronic music composition, and fine-arts. He is a member of Flying Lotus's Brainfeeder label, founder of the A/V collective TeachingMachine, and Strangeloop Visuals LLC.
STVinMotion (Steve Kislov) has been around since it all got digital. As a resident VJ in CREAM@AMNESIA, IBIZA and as a designer of moving projection screens for the CARLCOX@SPACE, IBIZA, he realized that it's all about getting the viewers (and himself) excited, over and over again, with always more fresh and unique content. For the past 16 years he has been performing all over the world, developing 3D projection screens and the fitting mapping software, creating unique content and VJing Tutorials to keep on pushing the VJ scene forward >>>
Unit44 is a 2d/3d animation studio based in Hilvesum. Coming straight out of the Dutch underground party scene, they create visuals for commercials, videoclips, dj's, events en more.
Video2000 is a professional animator from Amsterdam with a background in 3D and motion graphics. He likes playing around with reflections, refractions and render-engines and some of these experiments turn out to be excellent VJ material.
Alen Mehić is a Sarajevo based 3D generalist and motion graphics designer. On the web he is known as Videomaster. He has over 7 years of experience in video editing and various 3D software.
Visual Delight is the playground of Steve Gerges. Luxembourg based motion designer and audiovisual artist. Motion Designer since 2000 and VJ since around the same time, he's always looking to experiment with images and sound especially in a live environment. This had led to the creation of the Visual Delight collective back in 2003, which was abandoned since then but Steve moved forward in becoming a permanent VJ for the Luxemburgish band ARTABAN in 2009. This gave him the possibility to push his experimentation further by focusing on real-time and audio-reactive visuals. In the meantime he's trying to develop more artistic projects, combining visuals and interactive parameters.
Visual Lab brings cinematic visual experiences to all the big stages in the world. Best known for developing Nicky Romero's visual style and show.
Loops & Footage
VJ Hummer (Drifter TV aka Nils Muhlenbruch) Produces short films and videoclips as well as animated graphics for VJ purposes. The VJ Shows of VJ Hummer are a mix of crazy cartoony characters, animated TV content and abstract visuals. He often combines his visuals with Dutch audioproducers Geigercounting and HardeCor.
Mikkel Garro Martinsen is a videodesigner of Danish origin, living and working in Bologna, Italy. In 2010 he founded Roof Videodesign, that have now created content for Italian artists such as Laura Pausini, Vasco Rossi, Ligabue and many more.
WTFlow aka Florian Michel was born in France and since he is 15 years old, he works every day of his life on live shows. He is a Light & Video Jockey every night in Queen NightClub in Paris. He always gives his best to improve himself in the creation of epic visuals, bringing the crowd deeper into new worlds!
Zeplab is a broad media company that focuses on motion graphic design, camera work and editing. When creating motion graphics they prefer to make abstract graphics.