CURIOUS? DON’T STARE, JUST ASK

Biscuit’s Tim Godsall directed these four spots for new chocolate-dipped Altoids — Watch them in order, they get progressively weirder, in a good way. Watch out for the blow hole guy, I was drinking a cup of tea when I started to watch it, so now I’m probably going to avoid all warm caffeinated beverages […] [Read more]

A Blast of Fresh Air

New STINK director Ben Dawkins takes the company’s name a little too literally in Air Action Vigorsol for BBH London. [Read more]

OLIVER LARIC

Sometimes you just need a little bit more crazy in your life, and that’s why there are people like Oliver Laric. 1. 787 clip art images animated to the tune of Men Without Hat’s ‘Safety Dance’ 2. ‘Aircondition‘ such a simple idea, but what a monster truck-load of work. 3. ‘Flying Drop Kick‘ reveals the […] [Read more]

BRINGING DREAMS AND BREAKFAST TO LIFE…

From director Simon Burrill of Infinity Productions comes this lucid tale of breakfast in bed and the waking life enduced from succulent HP Sauce. [Read more]

MID-AFTERNOON OF THE LIVING DEAD

Freestyle Collective have feasted upon the brains of gorehound psychobillies and animated (or re-animated?) some really ghoulish punk zine/drive-in horror inspired idents for TCM Underground.   Here’s a link for everyone  who had to stop wearing Misfits t-shirts  just because your mom thought they looked too evil.. (My mom thought my Chicago Bulls shirt looked evil.)  […] [Read more]

GRAVITY BRINGS LIFE TO A DAY PLANNER

This spot for Orange is a perfect example of one of those great little creative projects that is executed so well on the part of the animation studio (thank you Gravity FX), and then totally decimated by a craptastic jingle, shoddy acting, and a lame tag line at the end. When will clients and agencies […] [Read more]

PSST! PASS IT ON 2 NYC SCREENING

The premier live screening of all nine Psst! Pass it On films goes down tonight in NYC. If you live within driving distance of Manhattan or are in town on biz, get yourself to Sugar to check out the films on a big screen and have a drink or six with the creators. When: March […] [Read more]

DREAMWORKS TO GO STEREOSCOPIC

On the heels of their divorce from Aardman, Dreamworks Animation has just annouced that starting in 2009 they will produce all their films in stereoscopic 3D. No clips yet but the pic below is a first look at concept art for the Insectosaurus from a planned summer 2009 release with the less-than-inspiring working title Monsters […] [Read more]