El Entierro de la sardina…

The burial of the sardine took place not long ago and here’s a little something we threw together last week about it. Figured I’d share since it features some new motion graphics (it’s been a while).

Currently working on a three part travel series about Madrid for Ultimate Quest TV (a new site collecting travel video content before launching). Not sure to what extent I’ll be doing any graphics for those pieces, but I’ll probably post them here if I do anything interesting.

Update: Just found out this little video (that was really only supposed to be a portolio example) has been featured on Gadling.com (owned by AOL, the #2 travel blog on the net). Check it out here.

- Justin Metz

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My name is Justin Metz and I'm a freelance motion graphics designer. I started juicestain.com back in 2004 as a personal blog and portfolio site. We are now a collective of motion and sound designers from around the world.

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