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    Nike Badge of Honor “Football”

    It’s Zombies versus the Fire Wolves for the Underworld Cup in this frenetic animated adrenaline rush from Le Cube thru Passion Pictures Australia and Wieden+Kennedy Shanghai for Nike’s line of kid’s bandages. [Read more]

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TOKYO PLASTIC FINALE

Tokyo Plastic’s vehicular venture into the mainstream for Toyota/Yaris peaks with this 60 sec cinema spot. Snappy good fun all round. Info and credits.   [Read more]

4stroke needs Animator Wonderboy/girl

4stroke, a Toronto based design and animation studio is looking for a 3D animator with an advanced level of knowledge in all aspects of 3D design and animation. Full details in JOBS FEED.  [Read more]

PASSION SIGNS Zitelmann AND Rand

Directors Carl Zitelmann and Natasha Rand have signed on with Passion Pictures in London. Venezuela-born Zitelmann graduated in 2006 from the National Film and Television School in the UK and was hired on the strength of his CG filmTemerario. Rand, specializing  in broadcast and motion design, arrives at Passion via gigs with Garner Maclennan Design […] [Read more]

THE ORPHANGE

The Orphanage take a break from their feature film projects for a series of fun spots for Comcast high speed. The vfx in all the spots are totally solid but this is my fave because the woman’s performance is so f…ing dead on. Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners Production: The Directors Bureau Director: Mike Maguire […] [Read more]

Hello Madonna. Hello Logan.

Logan’s done a new video for Madonna. Hyper-70s sci-fi landscape and underwater creatures in a super-smooth seamless animation…   [Read more]

CRUSH THE MEATHEADS

Who’s home at 11 on a Friday in Canada? Fans ofThe Wedge apparently –  the music vid show has aired on MuchMusic for the last 13 years. According to the Much site: "Nowhere else can you get an hour of the most unique, strange and thoughtful music videos from bands who actually have something to […] [Read more]

MOTION THEORY FOR HP

Smooth and understated vfx driven by one-take performances by Jay-Z and Shaun White. Classy, mildly mezmerizing spots from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Bob Industries’ directors Dayton/Faris and Motion Theory. [Read more]