Born 1992 in beautiful Lindau lake of Constance, Germany. In 2016 I finished studying interactive media in Augsburg where I learned some programming and a lot of design skills, but I definitely felt in love with 3D and motion design. Preferring weird over normal and always adding a bit of humor to my works. Since then all my concentration and power went into my passion to become better and better and to realize my imaginations. Now I am working as a freelancer whilst doing my master thesis in animation at HS Augsburg.
His visual storytelling is simultaneously smart, grotesque, funny, and dark. It relishes in a queasy manipulation of the human form through inhuman experiences, from bodies bouncing boneless down a staircase to heads expanding, melting, and colliding. It’s possible that some of this interest in human malleability comes less from artistic inspiration than Marco’s own hobbies starting out. “I came from sports and skateboarding, where we filmed ourselves and I started cutting them together.
Now Marco has a style all his own, though that doesn’t mean it isn’t constantly evolving. The unexpectedness that comes with each project he uploads does a great service to the volatility of humanity that he explores. It’s this provocative approach that has attracted a wide range of clients from musicians like Gorillaz, Kanye West, and Young Thug
Why are they always big and naked? Because it’s much easier to simulate bigger humans. Smaller figures are much harder to work with. There’s a lot more you can do in 3D with bigger guys.
I just wanted a little attention from Nike. It was also mainly because of the slogan – Just Do it – which really worked for my videos. I wanted this slogan alongside people constantly failing.