Tilt Animated Prompts by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

“Tilt” Animated Prompts by Ordinary Folk

Founder and ECD Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “Our pals at Vucko invited us to be a part of Tilt – an animated series of prompts, inspired by Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies. [Read more]

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ElasticON Global 2021 Opener by Ordinary Folk

From the team at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “We had the pleasure of working with our friends at Elastic NV once again on an opener video for their 2021 ElasticCon event.” [Read more]

Elastic "Global All Hands Opener" by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

Elastic “Global All Hands Opener” by Ordinary Folk

Ordinary Folk founder and CD Jorge R. Canedo E. in Vancouver: “It’s a hard task to capture the heart and soul of a company in under a minute, but when [software makers] Elastic reached out asking us to help kick off their Global All Hands meeting the right way, we banded together with some of […] [Read more]

ABUS "Keep On Riding" by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

ABUS “Keep On Riding” by Ordinary Folk

Creative Director Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “It was an incredible ride partnering with [German safety and security brand] ABUS and agency Good Fortune Collective on this short ad.” [Read more]

Signals, Patterns, & Waves - Director’s Cut by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

“Signals, Patterns, & Waves (Director’s Cut)” Process Reel by Ordinary Folk

Creative director Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “Around a year ago, we worked on a fun set of illustrations and animations for a series of blog posts. It was a crazy, fun project exploring different ideas and concepts, and so we put together a little process video to show some of the behind-the-scenes creativity!” [Read more]

SAP - Innovations explainer by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

SAP “Innovations” Explainer by Ordinary Folk

Jorge R. Canedo E at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “When SAP reached out to us about creating a video to help launch their New Ventures and Technologies initiative – well, to be honest, we knew they were big company, but we didn’t really understand just how much everybody interacts with their products on a daily basis. [Read more]