L☻dy welcomes you to his box.
L☻dy Aeckerlin has got a problem: he doesn't really fit in a box. At least, that's what other creatives, clients and just people in general say. He's weird, odd and mostly awkward. He's unique, just like you. But as Hunter S. Thompson once said: too weird to live, too rare to die.
So take a look into the unbridled mess that is his mind. A mind always occupied; either from coming up with new creative concepts, experimenting with new imagery or just bullshit philosophizing about creativity in general. It's a site filled with his thoughts, put into this fancy container called a website.
Concept, Strategy & Design
As a creative L☻dy looks further than just coming up with interesting concepts, but also looks at their long-term impacts and prospects. He is both analytical and philosophical in nature and is always in search of the true essence of the challenge at hand.
Talks, Workshops, Presentations
L☻dy loves having conversations about a broad variety of topics, with the future of (digital) creativity, post-reality and the metaverse amongst his favorite subjects. He firmly believes in open discussions and conversations with all kinds of people as they enrich your perspective of the world and the challenges we face.
He has given several workshops about creativity & concepting, talks about his perspective of the world and our shared future and discussions about some of the threats and opportunities new technologies and innovations bring us.
Animation, Film, Photography, 3D
You might wonder why this site is called oneirocular. Oneiro is Greek for dream and ocular is eye. In short; it's a really complicated and far fetched word to say that L☻dy is a visual thinker. He needs to sketch,mock-up, moodboard and styleframe his ideas.
This has lead him to hone his skills in animation, photography and filming. He loves to document and capture the ordinary and to experiment with different techniques to come up with new interesting imagery.
For him, it always beings with the eye before it reaches the mind.