Logan

Logan updates with the new iPod commercial and hmm, some images I would love to click and see move around. www.hellologan.com  [Read more]

ADAPT 2006 CONFERENCE

The Adapt 2006 Conference in Montreal will present a series of master classes featuring some of the world’s most celebrated digital artists who have worked on some of the biggest feature films and computer games of our time.  This is an opportunity to learn from industry leading concept artists, matte painters, modelers, animators, etc.  [Read more]

Wild(child) Creates “Suave” for Heineken

The full allure of the seemingly simple bottle has been brought to light by the premier NYC post facility wild(child). With its comprehensive command of editing, graphics and audio post, wild(child) and sister international broadcast design firm wildstyle, and Mac Sound proved to be the ideal one-stop solution for making the rollout of Heineken Premium […] [Read more]

ICY AND CUTE FROM DOWNUNDER

Two new spots from Sydney’s 800-pound guerilla of VFX, aka Animal Logic. Check out the refractive glory of the Toyota Prado spot and their porcine effort for Bank of NZ. Then read more about both commercials here. [Read more]

Make Your Own Modernist Poster

  From V&A and Unit9 comes Make Your Own Modernist Poster. My masterpiece is above…I’m a genius, latte, cry, anger. [Read more]

BLACK PENCIL FOR A BLACK PENCIL

The D&AD Awards are a big deal in the ad world and some feel snagging the rare black pencil there is second only to winning at Cannes. Leo Burnett Canada picked up one of only two black pencils given out last night in London for their fun and engaging site (created by ARC Worldwide) that, […] [Read more]

Code hunters

  A project launched around the MTV Asia Awards 2006 in Bangkok. Great works by Ben Hibon!! view code hunters  visit ben hibon site  [Read more]

Speaking of bicycles…

AV’s post below reminded me of these cool bike-inspired art-mechs. They’re only 16 inches tall and built out of actual and miniaturized SRAM bike parts by Tokyo techno-artist Yasuhito Udagawa, aka Shovel Head. Check them out at JDK’s site by clicking on the left-hand bar labeled "5". [Read more]