The unmistakable stop-motion charm of Passion Animation director Anna Mantzaris energizes the dry comedy of this spot marking International Women’s Day for Global Women thru Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand. [Read more]
Nexus director Conor Finnegan leverages the charm and subtle humor of his multi-award-winning short film “Fear of Flying” for this gentle peek at a wooly, puppet-populated woodland thru London Agency Sunshine for Dorset Cereal. Conor Finnegan: “It was a tight enough schedule from initial go-ahead, with just [Read more]
Creative collective Sibling Rivalry answers the question many parents (and the exec’s at Nicktoons) are asking: What does a nine-year old boy think is awesome? The studio’s reply, as demo’d by this insane montage is a combination of humor, action and intense color created with a mashup of live action, stop motion, 2D, and 3D.
James Heredia, a senior in the Motion Design program at Ringling College of Art + Design, mines his experiences growing up in Miami for this emotional and graphically striking graduation film. “I’ve always had a hard time trying to fit in with the ‘right’ crowd, so the notion of crafting an image to appeal to the [Read more]
Minimal, elegant and perfectly rendered, this one-minute reveal/demonstration of Herman Miller’s “pluralistic and stackable” FORMWORK modular desk accessories by Studio AKA in London was commissioned by design consultancy Graphic Thought Facility who also designed the branding/packaging for the product. [Read more]
The all-Paris team of WIZZdesign directing collective Andy’s and CG masters Unit Image conjure the first in a four-part live-action/3D series of mini-blockbusters for the soft drink brand Oasis thru the Marcel agency. Written by feature film screenwriter Yoann Gromb, the spot’s 3-day studio shoot required a crew of [Read more]
Tokyo-based director Yuji Hariu asked us to share his crazed new VFX sci-fi short called “B-Class Cultural Heritage” which turned out to be no problem because we like a manic, bullet-riddled-romp as much as the next guy plus the film is guaranteed to make even your worst day feel like a walk in the park.
The NY studio of Eyeball handled production and creative direction of this music video for former Brazilian Girls’ vocalist Sabina Sciubba’s new track “Viva L’amour,” hand-rendering 600 illustrations based on footage of Sabina shot in her Paris living room by UK artist Oliver Clegg and his sketches. The video was completed in just four weeks. [Read more]