Cross-discipline designer Campbell Orme has worked on projects for clients such as Ford, Samsung, SEEDA, Bonnier, United Airlines and the Dutch government, for London-based studios such as BERG, Imagination and Pentagram. Outcomes have been as diverse as interactive installations, animation, brand and identity guidelines, interiors and transient architecture. He is currently Design Director at Moving Brands
The Making Future Magic film by BERG for Dentsu London featured a whole bunch of bouncing heads, marching robots and jittery, exploding type, all photographed and edited together as stop motion sequences. But how exactly did those glowy apparitions appear in those environments as seemingly animated, visible forms, what things were left behind and what exactly is 'baking a NURB'?