Trapped in the desert sand, alien skeletons crumble into dust in this haunting and obsessively detailed promo from the team at Panoply in London for the new season of American Horror Story on FX. [Read more]
Prolific UK animation duo The Brothers McLeod (Greg and Myles) ensnare musician/engineer/producer friend Tom Angell for another burst of nonsensical overload called Consequences#2, the latest in a series of short films they swear is “based on the old parlor game we used to play with our grandparents. [Read more]
Join TRONCO directors Can Can Club (aka Becho Lo Bianco and Mariano Bergara) for a peek into the art of crafting soup bowl zoetropes during their recent Tim Horton’s spot for 1stAveMachine thru JWT.
“It was crucial that the piece was made in camera, with no digital tricks, and to have the bowls 100% handmade. The other challenge was to tell a story with these brief loops, and giving narrative power to the beautiful ceramics pieces.”
The finished spot:
Watch how Toronto design/animation/VFX house The Juggernaut mixes very old-school letterpress techniques with au courant lasers, drones and 3D in this spot highlighting the 10 generations behind the family-owned Dutch Vodka brand Ketel One.
Watch the spot:
Building on the sage words of Carl Sagan reading from his 1994 book Pale Blue Dot, Stockholm digital artist and animator Erik Wernquist crafts a spectacular vision of humanity’s possible future in space. All scenes are digital recreations of real places in the Solar System built from photographs and map data where available. [Read more]
Refreshing take on the design event title sequence from director Derrick Pitts and the crew at Johannesburg creative agency Monarchy to open PromaxBDA Africa. So many fun/bizarre/random ultra-short bursts of design packed into 70 seconds all held together by the cinematography and surgical edit by Jean-Yves Martin. [Read more]
Powered by Foreigner’s almighty power ballad “I Want To Know What Love Is,” London VFX house Electric Theatre Collective bring the house down with bang-on performances and perfect integration in Freeview “Left Behinds” directed by Rogue Films’ Sam Brown thru Leo Burnett. [Read more]