Founded just last year by two multimedia artists, Sergio Calderon and Céli Lee, London-based creative agency “the Unlimited Dream Company” is the force behind some of the most hauntingly beautiful visuals i’ve seen in a long time.
The short film, Clone, explores a world of "magical, modern digital fantasy," a mixture Salvador Dali’s perverse surrealism, mixed with Japanese interior design, specifically Tokonoma – a recessed area or alcove found in many Japanese houses.
Although using minimal aesthetics, the film itself has a much more philosophical basis. “Through different abstract tales we wanted to explore the relationship between space and time. Clone is about change and about secrets. We were inspired by Japanese interior design, surrealism, and the idea of creating an interactive piece without interaction.”
UDC’s work is striking in its simplicity, and beauty of form, and although all of their work is created within a digital world, it still manages to evoke the warmth and sensation of real life.
More work from The Unlimited Dream Company can be seen here.