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Motion Plus Design

The mission of Paris-based Motion Plus Design is to promote the art of Motion Design around the world.



The organization is run by designers Kook Ewo (who founded MPD in 2011) and Ronan Guitton.



For the past 5 years, Motion Plus Design has produced sold-out events in Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles (800 attendees/city) where they invited the cream of the crop of international Motion Design Artists.

The Event

Date: Saturday February 8TH, 2020.

Schedule: 10am > 6pm + Rooftop cocktail party.

Venue: The Montalban
1615 Vine St
Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA


Tickets: Regular $25-$75


Attendees: 800.



Helen Hsu is a creative director / director who has spent the past decade working in various design studios in LA including Buck, BigStar, Yu+co, the Mill.


In 2017, she relocated to Shanghai to help Digital Domain Shanghai division to help start their design department.



Vallée Duhamel is a studio founded by Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel. It specialises in high quality lo-fi videos, visuals, and installations, favouring a playful and experimental approach toward work.



Robert Kaniszewski is a freelance motion designer based in Poland. He likes to draw inspiration from as many sources as possible, mixing it together 
with motion graphics and visual effects.


Throughout his career, he has been fortunate enough to work with different clients from various industries, such as Microsoft, New Balance, Coca-cola, Bombardier, Volvo, Ikea, to name a few.



Martina Stiftinger is an independent Designer, Art Director and Illustrator with a focus on minimalistic, smart aesthetics and strong concepts.


She had the pleasure to work at design studios such as Buck NYC & ManvsMachine LONDON and develop visual communication for brands like Apple, Google, Nike & Squarespace.



Nick is a director, animator and video artist based in Toronto, Canada.


Working for clients like Conan O’Brien, he has developed a unique brand of VFX comedy, combining video remix and animation techniques to create surreal and often absurd videos.


His groundbreaking short film “The Chickening” (a poultry-infused remix of Stanley Kubrick’s  “TheShining”) graced the screens of TIFF and Sundance