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Filip Krnja

MA work

I wanted to deviate from the usual way of exhibiting and have created a whole world envisioning a not-so-distant future in order to tell the story surrounding the vehicle. I teamed up with film director Yoaf Parish in order to visualise this world in a short movie in the form of a digital anime.

As a tribute to Otaku and Hong Kong cinema, and to be able to show the vehicle and characters in a frozen action shot I decided for the model making to collaborate with a company based in Hong Kong which specialises in the manufacture of Manga-style figurines.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Vehicle Design, 2007

  • I wanted to deviate from the usual way of exhibiting and have created a whole world envisioning a not-so-distant future in order to tell the story surrounding the vehicle. I teamed up with film director Yoaf Parish in order to visualise this world in a short movie in the form of a digital anime.

    As a tribute to Otaku and Hong Kong cinema, and to be able to show the vehicle and characters in a frozen action shot I decided for the model making to collaborate with a company based in Hong Kong which specialises in the manufacture of Manga-style figurines.

  • Experience

  • Production Designer, BBC Television, London, 2006; Designer, Mercedes Benz Advanced Design Centre of Japan, Yokohama, Japan, 2005; Designer, Mitsubishi Motors Advanced Design, Okazaki, Japan, 2004
  • Awards

  • First Place, Best Innovation, Interior Motives Design Awards, 2006; First Place, General Electric Plasticon Awards, 2006; First Place, Team Project, Dyson Student Awards, Switzerland, 2003