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In almost all mograph videos that I’ve come across audio is added to enhance the graphics and to help with the storytelling. When it comes to music videos it’s just the other way around and graphics are added to enhance the music and help it go through the screen. With all the cool tools available today designers can come up with some really cool and interesting stuff. Here’s a collection of 15 modern music videos with some really sweet motion graphics.

Ps. Thanks to all of you guys who earlier today helped me find these great videos!


Pendulum – Witchcraft

Shinedown – Bully

Lazee feat. Apollo Drive – Calling Out

Samy Deluxe – Poesiealbum

Mecna “Super” (Typo Video)

Submitted by Corrado Grilli

Pato Pooh ft. Adam Tensta – Follow Me

PLANET L.U.C & TRZECI WYMIAR – KOSMOSTUMOSTOW

N.A.S.A. – Spacious Thoughts

Justice – DVNO

The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition

Studio Killers – Ode To The Bouncer

Rome – Two Against One

Hudson – Against The Grain

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  • Awesome videos! Linkin Park’s epic as always, but i got to give it to Shinedown’s Bully!

    • vik

      Shinedown’s bully wasn’t great graphically speaking nor was it anything we haven’t seen before (and there are much, much better lyric videos). But the song was pretty good.
      Linkin Park’s video gets all the credit

  • For the next episode…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0gpCALABqg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVVfuGuolD0

    I think the first one REALLY enhances the aural experience, don’t you think?