The Magnificent Itch: SGCH “Joshs’ Story”

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Director Stefan Wernik and the crew at Sydney animation studio The Magnificent Itch, aim directly for your tear ducts with this painterly animated film showcasing the true story of a homeless man reconnected with his family and the world thru Australian affordable housing non-profit SGCH. [Read more]

Making of CANAL+ “The Kitchen”

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Watch how Paris VFX powerhouse Unit Image, Partizan director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and agency BETC combine forces for a VFX rampage through a French kitchen to make the case for the quality of TV channels available on Canal+. [Read more]

Iamstatic: “Frontier” Titles for Discovery and Netflix

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Wonderful dark and textured broadcast work from Toronto design and motion house Iamstatic for the titles of “Frontier,” the Canadian-American historical series chronicling the North American fur trade of the 1700s co-produced by Discovery Channel (Canada) and Netflix. [Read more]

Oddfellows: Airbnb “Love” and “Hospitality”

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The design and animation crew at Oddfellows (San Francisco and Portland, OR) leverage their narrative skills to highlight Airbnb hosts who take hospitality to the next level by investing rental income back into their communities or going above and beyond to ensure their guests’ safety. [Read more]

Ruffmercy: DJ Shadow “Three Ralphs”

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Bristol animator/director Ruffmercy (aka Russ Murphy) and his accomplice in visual crime Patch Keys swab their signature chaos all over this “glitchy soundscape of minimalist beats” from DJ Shadow called “Three Ralphs” found on ‘The Mountain Will Fall’ album released by Mass Appeal Records. [Read more]

ManvsMachine: Nike Air Max 2017

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ManvsMachine calls their latest abstract CG opus for Nike “a metaphorical exploration of air and the negative space it occupies.” Has footwear ever felt lighter, cushier, or more comfortable? Probably not. [Read more]