Check the zany crush of Hanna-Barbera and Cartoon Network characters in these IDs for Tooncast, the 24-hour Latin American classic animation cable channel – written, designed, and animated with obvious love and reverence by the Le Cube crew in Buenos Aires and São Paulo. [Read more]
Ambitious and entertaining brand film for luxury swiss timepiece maker Jaeger-LeCoultre chock full of watch nerd trivia and light-hearted collage work from french creative duo Pauline Schleimer (director/illustrator) and David Després (animator/web developer). Production, music and sound Design by Freestudios in Geneva. [Read more]
A non-stop feast of design, animation and VFX, Stash 112 packs another 31 creatively and technically outstanding video projects into the Stash Permanent Collection along with great behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews with the designers, directors and producers behind the work.
While most of the planet has banned nearly all forms of tobacco promotion, Indonesia still allows broadcast ads for smokes as long as the pack is not shown. Ethical issues aside, you have to admit this intensely intricate :15 from JWT and Buenos Aires CG masters Lumbre for Dji Sam Soe Super Premium cigarettes sure is pretty. [Read more]
London freelance director/animator Isaac Holland transforms a rational and carefully constructed mini-essay on the benefits of psychotherapy into an engaging piece of promotional infotainment for The School of Life with the help of engaging characters and whimsical vignettes. [Read more]
Montreal art collective Fluorescent Hill (Mark Lomond and Johanne Ste-Marie) take the anti-hype route to promoting their brand new, limited edition comic called The Rooster, a decidedly low-key, 36-page opus unencumbered by action, dialogue, color, words or uplifting messages. [Read more]
Nickelodeon International launched their Animated Shorts Program in 2012 to hunt down and feed up-and-coming animation talent into their TV series pipeline. So which of these mini-pilots should you know about? We suggest “Scoop!” created by The Brothers McLeod and “MooseBox” from Mike Scott [Read more]
Directing collective bif, aka Jules Janaud and Fabrice Le Nezet, (both seasoned 3D artists in The Mill’s London studio) combine motion capture and procedural animation/rendering to build an full-CG chroma-fest of escalating action for rising Parisian electro artist Azel Phara. [Read more]