Psyop directors Shane Griffin and Marco Spier spin up a surrealist love story between a plus sign and a printer in this offbeat and lighthearted work for HP’s smart printing system HP+ thru Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam. [Read more]
Wieden+Kennedy London is cruising for advertising creatives. Here’s their pitch: Sick of having great ideas and not getting paid for them? Look no further: Wieden+Kennedy London wants you! Give up on your dreams of being the next Tarantino or Kendrick and use that creative superpower for a paycheque and a job making ads for Nike. […] [Read more]
Wieden+Kennedy: “Formula 1 begins an exciting new chapter next year when the current rule book is ripped up and a radical, new set of regulations come into force – all designed to produce even more spectacular racing.” [Read more]
Stop-motion maestro Victor Haegelin, who nailed the fun in this mid-lockdown spot for Expedia, returns with an ambitious looping ode to track and field athletes and the storied Hayward Field at the University of Oregon.
Stink director Felix Brady and the VFX crew at The Mill London create a ninety-second manifesto for Nike “focused on uniting football players and helping them to realize their collective power to create a new version of the game.” [Read more]
Despite virus-induced production setbacks in 2020, the universe of advertising VFX continued to expand with young studios vying with venerable post facilities for the chance to create the fun and emotion of new branded realities. [Read more]