Included below is a sampling of OLD graphic design portfolio pieces created by Jonas Stoltz. These are from a few years ago… new portfolio images will be available shortly.
MK12 is one of my favorite motion graphics companies currently pumping out visuals. They feature a vast assortment of clients ranging from major motion pictures to commercials to music videos. And to think, they are from Kansas City – which proves you don’t need to be in New York City, Chicago or Los Angeles to be a major player in the motion graphics world! There may be some hope for me living in a non-traditional city yet.
MK12 is a design and filmmaking collective based in Kansas City, Missouri, with acclaim in both commercial and artistic arenas. Founded in 2000 by art school refugees Jed Carter, Tim Fisher, Matt Fraction and Ben Radatz and later joined by designer / composer Shaun Hamontree and computer guru Chad Perry, MK12′s work constantly challenges the boundaries between narrative structure and experimental storytelling via juxtapositions of live action, graphic design, nostalgic influence and new technologies. MK12 has been sought after to direct numerous commercial & network-based projects and has also provided graphic design & animation for feature films such as Stranger than Fiction, The Kite Runner, Holy Wars and Quantum of Solace.
MK12′s experimental & short film catalog has been featured in many international film festivals and has been published in design and trade journals worldwide. Most recently, their short film “Overload” — a collaboration with NY-based painter Brian Alfred — was inducted into the Guggenheim’s permanent collection.
MK12 continues to produce original content for television and cinema, and its most recent film, “MK12′s History of America”, proves to be their most ambitious work to date, merging experimental design and traditional storytelling to dramatic effect. More information about this and other projects can be found at mk12.com.
For more information: http://www.mk12.com/