Behind the Scenes on Hyper-Real Sports IDs

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Frame director Anders Schroder’s love of still photography informs the look and feel for eight intricate and ambitious new IDs for Abu Dhabi Media’s AD Sports channel created in collaboration with Obeida Sidani, CD at Les Folies Design Haus in Dubai. [Read more]

Blasting Open the MTV Video Music Awards 2015

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In stark contrast to last year’s darkly elegant vibe, the Elastic crew opened the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards this evening with this crazed poke-in-the-eye packed with glitchy, irreverent, ultra-GIF-able chaos plus a bonus Donald cameo. [Read more]

Athletes Ad Infinitum: Under Armour “Rule Yourself”

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The Mill VFX team and Oscar-winning director/DP Wally Pfister transform what might have been yet another slick showcase for elite athletes (Misty Copeland, Stephen Curry and Jordan Spieth) into a complex and memorable spot for Under Armour thru Droga5, mobilizing the studio’s skills with Massive software [Read more]

Peace One Day Wants to Build the “McWhopper”

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Assembly director Jonny Kofoed and his intrepid team of three animators makes a compelling case for the proposed 24-hour detente between Burger King and McDonalds in peaceoneday.org’s continued campaign to make the world a nicer place. [Read more]

Nervous System: “Growing Objects” 3D Printed Zoetropes

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Just outside Boston in Somerville, Massachusetts, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg and their small team at Nervous System explore the intersection of science, art, and technology – writing code based on processes and patterns found in nature to create art, jewelry, clothes and housewares. [Read more]

Stas Santimov and the Art of Macabre Motion

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Combining his talents for illustration and motion, Ukrainian creative director Stas Santimov creates a singular species of haunting animated comic strip, exploring mysterious characters through macabre looping vignettes. [Read more]