Toros Köse created mesmerizing visuals to accompany some of Neil deGrasse Tyson's thought-provoking ideas. The result, Into the Bright Unknown, is a nice way to do a quick reset of your priorities and worries.
Quoth Toros Köse:
What started with an idea of wanting to explore and create a vfx driven piece ended up being mostly an in-camera endeavor, unlocking all the imperfections and beauty of different liquids in motion, all to the backdrop of Neil DeGrasse Tyson describing his origin story.
Toros also did graphics for the great National Geographic series Breakthrough.
If you missed it, here's a playlist of clips from the series.
• Into the Bright Unknown (Vimeo / Toros Köse)
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