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MTV's Wild 'N Out Live Interactive Special

Wild 'N Out makes its anticipated come back via a first of its kind Live Interactive Special.

Viewers get to be apart of the show and determine how things play out. They also have the opportunity to unlock a sneak peek at the new season.  It’s all going down during our LIVE INTERACTIVE special happening

Client

MTV

Team

Shakura Galloway | Lead Interactive Graphics and Motion Design

Brandon B. | Assistant Motion Designer

Omar S. | Assistant Motion Designer

Role

Design Translation of games from

broadcast to interactive

Interactive Element Design

Show Design and Motion

 

Lead assistant motion designers while also relaying additional information from CD

01 | CHALLENGE

Studies seeking to understand the pressing issue have stalled due to lack of funding.

01 | CREATIVE STRATEGY

With all the noise in the media, issues like this one get lost in the background. This project sets out to engage audiences with abstract, thought provoking pieces that are meant to draw viewers attention to what seems to be random type forms and paintings, which later become the names of the missing and murdered. 

CREATIVE SOLUTION

Editorial | These pieces are abstracts to those who do not know these women by name. By the end of reviewing this book, viewers are introduced to the names of the women featured.

 

With this additional layer of information, I hope that the viewers will take the time to look further into the issue. Through art and design, I hope to draw in various audiences to issues that are not being properly heard or supported.

 

Motion |  Using Helen Knott’s poem  “You’re eyes, they curve around me”. I explore various typographic layouts, accompanied by a collection of experimental paint and ink recordings. Like the editorial piece I hope to display different types of content in a more visual away to intrigue different kinds of audiences to interact with the content being presented.

Additional Outputs

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