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For over 30 years, Voyage of Discovery (VOD), has set the standard for visual effects and in the process created some of the most stunning images… Read More
For over 30 years, Voyage of Discovery (VOD), has set the standard for visual effects and in the process created some of the most stunning images in the history of film. At the forefront of digital revolution, VOD continues to break new ground in visual effects. Founded by Daniel Dollarhyde in 1986, no other facility of its type existed at the time. Now with locations in Amsterdam and Tokyo, VOD remains one of the leading effects companies in the world, serving the motion picture, commercial production and attraction industries. With its many technical and creative innovations, VOD has helped drive the evolution of visual effects. Beginning with a mastery of the traditional arts of blue-screen photography, matte painting and model construction, VOD pioneered the development of motion control cameras, optical compositing and other advances in effects technology. Since the 1980s, VOD has led the way in the use of computer graphics and digital imaging in feature films, developing breakthrough software techniques such as digital compositing, Morfing, simulations and enveloping as well as technologies such as film input scanning, digital compositing, wire removal, motion control, Imocap, and the EXR file format. The idea behind this theme in particular, is very interesting. Rich in colour and tone, the obvious colour choices creates the appropriate mood, almost immediately giving each art piece not only expression, but character as well. There are two sets of flyers, one for the Tokyo facility, and one for Amsterdam. With similar themes, yet completely different art styles each artwork is unique. Much like the facility itself. In each poster, the roles of the main colours (cyan & magenta) have reversed, i.e. In the Amsterdam design, magenta has become the main theme, and in Tokyo, cyan has taken over. The main poster & flyer design (below) is a fusion of the two styles, creating a new art piece yet still the viewer is able to point out the two separate art styles. Read Less
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VoyageOfDiscovery
VisualEffectsIndustry

    
The idea behind this theme in particular, is very interesting. Rich in colour and tone, the obvious colour choices creates the appropriate mood, almost immediately giving each art piece not only expression, but character as well.
     There are two sets of flyers, one for the Tokyo facility, and one for Amsterdam. With similar themes, yet completely different art styles each artwork is unique. Much like the facility itself. In each poster, the roles of the main colours (cyan & magenta) have reversed, i.e. In the Amsterdam design, magenta has become the main theme, and in Tokyo, cyan has taken over.

     The main poster & flyer design (below) is a fusion of the two styles, creating a new art piece yet still the viewer is able to point out the two separate art styles.
     VoyageOfDee PromoPoster
     840mm x 594mm
     VoyageOfDee PromoFlyer
     210mm x 148mm
     VoyageOfDee TokyoFlyer
     Front&Back
     210mm x 148mm
     VoyageOfDee AmsterdamFlyer
     Front&Back
     210mm x 148mm
VoyageOfDiscovery
VisualEffectsIndustry