The main character is a bookmark, stuck in a forgotten book in a deserted room. One day a window opens, knocking over the book and blowing the bookmark onto the table. While the bookmark watches from a distance, the wind catches the pages, turning them into ocean waves. The character is given the opportunity to experience its environment in a new way.
Born in Bozen in 1985, Philipp Comarella studied graphics and advertising at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. For his Master's degree he teamed up with Simon Griesser to create "Much Better Now". He worked for Gruppe Gut slr Designstudio Bolzano. As Junior Art director in Vienna, he artistic experience. In 2012, right after "Much Better Now," he opened an Animation and Illustration-design studio called Salon Alpin with Simon Griesser.Simon Griesser, born in 1979, received his Master's degree in Multimedia-Art at FH Salzburg GmbH with a major in 3D in 2004. He was part of a prototype development team of several successful games. In 2007, he switched from game development to motion design for advertising and worked in Capetown, South Africa. In 2008, he teamed up with Eat My Dear as a motion designer. In 2010, he joined Philipp Comarella in the production of “Much Better Now” which resulted in the opening of an Animation and Illustration-design studio.