Twenty ThirdC: “We had the immense pleasure of collaborating with BBC creative in building one of the many BBC2 idents as part of the channel’s first re-brand in 20 years. [Read more]
Canceled projects are always tough news for a creative team especially when the results were as carefully crafted and beautifully detailed as this one directed by Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque at Coat of Arms. [Read more]
German 3D specialist Klaus Alman takes time out from his studio’s commercial work for a personal and visually poetic exploration of “the wastefulness advertising, modern production, and distribution of goods comprises.” [Read more]
Creative directors Aaron Becker and Simon Clowes at Los Angeles prodco Filmograph crafted this richly detailed sequence of sculptural tableaux to close director James Wan’s first venture into the DC Universe. [Read more]
Upbeat explainers for serious causes always run the risk of trivializing their message but when tone and content are carefully balanced they make you want to stand up and cheer for even the driest and most complex of subjects.
To mark the 60th anniversary of Latvian pro basketball team VEF Rīga, Pagan Ogilvy CD/copywriter Edgars Stanga avoids the tired mash-up of game footage and opts instead for a meditative and sly look at the game’s relationship with time. [Read more]
Finally, a complete and scientifically accurate look at the inner components of your body as it deals with a hangover. Ok, so “The Brave Heart” may not be exactly textbook science but it is solidly twisted fun. [Read more]
Berlin CG artist Extraweg (aka Oliver Latta) applies his surreal and often unsettling array of 3D tricks and techniques to this intense and impossible-to-ignore video for the track “Medicine” by English rock band Bring Me The Horizon. [Read more]