Moving images are famous from the last decades and we have been featuring many talented artist around the globe. While stumbling in internet we came across this portfolio of design director ” Jimmy Yuvan “.
A design director and co-founder of Mirari & Co.he has worked for numbers of top tier studios around the world and has directed and designed innovative moving image works for brands include: MTV Australia, BMW, Hewlett-Packard, COCA-COLA and Royal Elastics; he has also worked on title sequence and special effects design for movies.

AWARDS

International

2007
A number of motion and print designs published in IDN design magazine: Issue Volume 15 Number 2
A number of works published in design book “consort ” by Qube Konstrukt

2006
Resfest 06 international Animation and short film festival
– work exhibited in 20 countries

Sagunt, Spain

2005
Experimental project hyperarch
Short listed in 10a mostra de curtmetratges de sagunt Premios Spain 10th Sagunt Short Film Festival

Seattle , US.

2005
ByDesign festival in Seattle.
Work shown in ByDesign festival and selected as the best short works 07

Melbourne , Australia

2005
Lab3000 (digital design biennale 2004” imagining the future”) competition in 2004 , one of the 10 selected exhibitors in Melbourne museum.
Project named “Natures perfect forms: photosynthesis” was published on Digital design biennale book.

2004
Title sequence design/visual composition /concepts for alpha 60
parade at nation gallery of Australia supporting the Vivienne Westwood program.

Works of Jimmy Yuvan

MIRARI 2012 REEL from MIRARI on Vimeo.

MTV ASIA / CHINESE NEW YEAR IDENT from MIRARI on Vimeo.

Countdown Sequence from MIRARI on Vimeo.

SHIFT v2 from MIRARI on Vimeo.

MTV JUST HATCHED from MIRARI on Vimeo.

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