MOTIONOGRAPHER WALLPAPER CONTEST

A new design contest just popped up from our friends over at Motionographer. To quote Justin Cone: "The folks at Go Media and I came up with an idea for a simple contest: Make a 1280×1024 wallpaper (.jpg or .gif) using at least one element from this sampling of Go Media’s Vector Packs. And the […] [Read more]

SHAKESPEARE, EINSTEIN, and EBOY

Ruairi Robinson brings William Shakespeare, Albert Einstein and eBoy’s pixel art to life for the Singapore Institute of Management. Agency: M&C Saatchi, Singapore Production: Blinkink / Curious Film Director: Ruairi Robinson Design: eBoy, Berlin 3D Modelling/Animation: Hubert Montag, Michael McCarthy, Ed Bruce [Read more]

PSST! 2 SNEEK PEEK

The new trailer for Psst! Pass It On 2 is up with a complete list of the visual and audio artists involved – looks very tasty. And congrats to Bran and the cast of thousands that labored on PSST! 1 for their win at the Cream O’ The Crop Awards given out at Inspire 07. […] [Read more]

SPARK MADNESS

I’m not usually a fan of advertising that uses parkour, break dancing, or the defiance of physics to sell economy vehicles – but this new spot from Clockwork VFX is just sheer madness and total fun. [Read more]

Christian Bevilacqua can do more than doodle

Director Christian Bevilacqua (repped by Therapy Films out of London) has made a much-deserved splash lately with his ball point opus for Samaritans posted just about everywhere, but you have to check out this multi-technigue viral he did for a UK used car price guide called Parkers. [Read more]

AARDMAN DOES NASCAR

It’s no Wallace & Gromit, but it does have a similar senselessness to it.Watch Coca-Cola "NASCAR Thank You Race", and it’s making-of. Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, PortlandProduction: RSA FilmsAnimation: Aardman AnimationsDirector: Darren Robbie [Read more]

Virtuosi

Brazilian designer Marcelo Garcia did all the work for this strikinglyfresh experimental motion work. Marcelo is a director at Molhostudios. A link to the showreel HERE.  [Read more]

FOREIGN OFFICE MEDIA CONTROL

In Alfonso Cuaron’s latest filmic dystopia "Children of Men" the privilege of designing all the futuristic media screens throughout the cityscapes was granted to Foreign Office. They did a phenomenal job, especially with the seamlessly integrated ads that all strike a sort of false-optimisitc tone in a world that has pretty much gone to shit. […] [Read more]