Inspiration: FITC Toronto 2011 Titles by MK12

May 19, 2011 - By 

Posted In:  Inspiration
  • Let’s all go to the lobby of the Stanley Hotel.

    This is awesome and makes me–along with FITC in general–wish that I still lived in Toronto.

  • Wow, very “old school” in many ways! gets quite twisted, dint see that one coming! Also Love the soundtrack!

    Well Done!

  • Did Stanley Kubrick set the direction for this? Awesome!

  • Scarry! And so unique – these guys are the shit…

  • Honestly i love mk12, always have, BUT i’m not really digging these titles. I thought “Telephone Me” was a return to form but i feel let down by this.

  • one of the most twisted pieces I know of…
    brilliantly executed 😉

  • Super blog. Dzi?ki za wszystkie porady i przewodniki do programu. Tak trzymaj. Nie znalaz?em w Internecie innego godnego serwisu. Twoje filmiki s? niesamowite. Tak trzymaj i czekamy na wi?cej porad, przewodników i innych artyku?ów do Cinemy 4D.

    Greetings from Poland.

  • Brilliant!
    Also like Byrone said, did not see that coming!

  • I don’t know what to say… to long? well done technically? how was this story related to FITC? I didn’t see that coming but, is that a good thing?… I have seen titles for other events like F5 by Dvein or Playgrounds by Onesize and they relate 100% to the event… MK12 are amazing but in this specific case I would say, o.k design, bad storytelling… (their conference at the FITC event was really good)

    • Hugh G. Rection May 23, 2011 at 4:35 pm

      Isn’t it a good thing it wasn’t just like every other title opener. I think that’s the point, otherwise, it would just be another typical cookie cutter boring opener wouldn’t it?

  • Freakin’ Caligula in a snack bar! Bravo

  • Next time try just half a tab, and if your are going natural build up with one or two and then go the handful. If, somehow, this isn’t the by-product of clumsily consumed hallucengens, then y’all need help before someone gets hurt.
    looks great tho

  • incredible. so dark. i feel all grimy.

  • Osvaldo_Tampico May 31, 2011 at 1:04 am

    I would like to think that this video represents the way publicity has changed from it’s inocent origins to a way of depravity, violence and sexuality! Well, at least that’s the way I see it! Great video!

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