Inspired by the observation that ARTE gathers and curates all of Europe’s culture, London’s Superunion developed a brand idea and broadcast package positioning the Franco-German television network as Europe’s cultural magnet. [Read more]
A trip into the imagination of a Canal+ screenwriter takes on full blockbuster proportions in this VFX fest from Mikros MPC Advertising and Wanda director Ivan Grbovic thru BETC Paris. [Read more]
UK mobile provider Three pushes back against the growing wave of “phones are bad” haters with some speculative history lessons courtesy of Friend director Ian Pons Jewell and the VFX crew at Time Based Arts thru W+K London. [Read more]
UK charity RSA London continues their tradition of illuminating the wisdom and insights of their live event speakers with exceptional motion design. [Read more]
Director/designer Ben Radatz reteams with acclaimed documentarian Stephanie Soechtig to create the opening titles for “The Devil We Know,” her investigation into US chemical giant Dupont and their controversial Teflon product. [Read more]
Inventive, witty, and wonderfully unpredictable, Reka Bucsi’s animated short “Solar Walk” is packed with enough ideas, styles, and loopiness for a handful of films. [Read more]
In this music video for March for Our Lives, The Mill/Mill+ crews and McCann New York donate their creative and production talents and join forces with students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas to push for sensible gun laws in the US.
Death and dismemberment don’t rank high on the list of confectionery ad strategies but in the hands of Wieden+Kennedy São Paulo and the animation crew at LOBO, the macabre melts into the ridiculous and that is a welcome thing. [Read more]