Mark & John Lycette
John and Mark Lycette, formed Lycette Bros. in 1997, together they create a broad range of digital media including online interactive productions, installations and animations. The Lycette Brothers work is widely regarded and continues to be exhibited and awarded around the world. Lycette Brother’s work changes to suit each project, while maintaining an attention to detail and craftsmanship, it has been said their work falls somewhere between art and design.
Over the years Lycette Bros. has been awarded a number of accolades.
The Special Award (ATOM 2000), Best Direction (FIFI 2000), Best Internet Animation (I’Castelli Animati 2000), Best Animated Pixture (Pixie Awards 2001), Best Internet Animation (Anima Mundi 2001), Best Use of Multimedia (FIFI 2003) and Best Minimisation (Ciberart Bilbao 2004).
Lycette Bros. has exhibited and screened works at MILIA Multimedia Festival (Cannes), Annecy Animation Festival (France), ResFest, Experimenta – House of Tomorrow (Melbourne), ACM Siggraph (Taiwan), DOTMOV (Japan) and the Nakayoku Project (Hong Kong).
Commissioned works include; UN-icon (VPRO), The Illustrated Alphabet of Unfortunate Chance (AFC), Orbiculum (Experimenta New Visions), Where Stories Come From (SBS New Media), The Modern Compendium of Miniature Automata (Melbourne International Film Festival), I Ride Over Alphabet Town (Diesel) Cubby House Robot (Awesome Arts Festival) and Cinebugs (ACMI).
Lycette Bros.’s video
Where Stories come from – 4:08, 2004
Toon! Toon! – art cartoons and animated narratives