Rogier Wieland

Yasuní-ITT infographic video

Work | 29 October 2009

Santiago del Hierro is an architect from Ecuador who is currently a researcher at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht and works on urban development patterns in Ecuador and Peru’s Amazon region. He asked me to help him produce an infographic video about the Yasuní-ITT, a remarkable project from Ecuador that proposes a new alternative to avoid oil extraction in the Yasuní National Park.

Johan van Oldenbarnevelt

Work | 15 July 2009

I made this preview of what could be a series of videos about historical Dutch people for the Dutch Museum of National History. The preview was based on the videos about politicians that I made for Ovo.

The series will not be produced.

Art direction, animation, sound design and compositing by Rogier Wieland (2009)
voice: Ivo Wauben

Animated pop-up scenery

Work | 20 May 2009

I made this 4 second loop of an animated pop-up scenery cut out of plain 80 grams paper at 25 frames per second.

It’s just a try-out to see how it would look like.

PINC (after the conference)

News | 18 May 2009

The Pinc conference was amazing! Very inspiring and very well organised. It was a lot of fun and I met some interesting people.

It was all impressing: The amazing stories of Joshua Klein, the hilarious tv-moments of television presenter/producer Martin Heylen, the extraordinary example of what cooperation can achieve by Tiina Urm, the brilliant Designers Accord by Valerie Casey, the small and big surprises, the first speaker, Seth Shostak, with a wonderful presentation about the chances that alien life exists, the sad announcement that former speaker Ben Underwood past away, Bas Heijne with his explanation of his favourite painting, the delicious breakfast, lunch and diners (and food in between), the impressive exhibition designs by Peter Slavenburgs NorthernLight...

I’ll definitely be there next year!!

  • The speakers at Pinc.10 Photo by Gerlinde de Geus

PINC.10 (2009)

News | 26 April 2009

On 12 May 2009 I will be one of the speakers at the 10th PINC conference in Zeist, the Netherlands.

If you hurry you might be able to get the last tickets available.