Three different approaches to making athletic footwear visually sexy by treating them as wearable sculptures and technological wonders, courtesy of the talented teams at ManvsMachine, Aggressive and Trollbäck. [Read more]
Nike’s new Colordry process bakes dry pigment directly into the fabric, effectively “reducing the water used in dying clothing to zero.” Definitely a step in the right direction eco-wise, but how does one make this dry-dye technique visually interesting? [Read more]
Rimantas Lukavicius and the KORB crew spin their pristine and often startling brand of CG in two very different directions for Gucci and Nike.
GUCCI (above): “Inspired by journeys to exotic lands, the new Gucci Oud fragrance features an inventive blend of traditional Eastern ingredients. Natural oud is tempered with pear, raspberry and saffron along with other evocative essences for a sensual and modern fragrance, for him as well as for her.”
NIKE: “After 27 years the new Lunar1 continues it’s tradition to bring performance and design in a perfect combo. Supported by the ever-changing patterns of 2400 fluorescent lights, the new design is revealed in the rocky desert.”
Spot your favorite childhood sneaks in this animated tour thru 43 years years of Nike history showcasing 200 shoes in two minutes courtesy of I Love Dust sister company Golden Wolf in London. Produced directly for Nike EHQ. [Read more]
ManvsMachine‘s fertile relationship with Nike continues with the design and execution of this intense, geometry-heavy 3D work – the centerpiece for the launch campaign of the Mercurial Superfly football boot. MvsM also handled the campaign’s print and in-store retail assets which you can see here with some behind the scenes insights. Superb audio by Resonate. [Read more]
World Cup hype officially hits full stride with Nike “The Last Game,” an epic five-minute, full-CG branded short by Passion director Jon Saunders and development CD Pete Candeland thru Wieden+Kennedy, Portland. In production for seven months, the film required a peak crew of over 300 including 101 artists and 25 animators. [Read more]