Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Nike: Supersonic

Bat For Lashes: Whats a Girl To Do



CR Blog have an interesting feature on Dougal Wilson's storyboards. Check it out here.

Happy Halloween by the way.

Credits:
Director: Dougal Wilson


Via: CR Blog

Pioneer

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

VW BlueMotion Polo: Paper



Credits:
Production: Bermuda Shorts, London (UK)
Director: Will Barras

Sony: Music Pieces



You can behind the scenes footage at www.walkmanproject.com

Credits:
Agency: Fallon London (UK)
Creatives: Sam Akesson, Tomas Mankovsky
Production: Academy Films, London (UK)
Director: Nick Gordon
Music composer: Peter Raeburn


Via: CR Blog

Mercedes-Benz: I can do anything you can do better



Credits:
Music: Annie Oakley & Frank Butler - I can do anything you can do better


Thanks to Armando

Friday, October 26, 2007

Diet Coke: Back Lot

Rec You



About: Rec You is a mini site for Sony Walkman campaign from NON-GRID in Japan. The whole idea is to record yourself while listening to music.


Via: Ars Thanea Blog

Hellgate London





Credits:
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy Portland (USA)
Production: Biscuit, Los Angeles (USA)
Director: Charlie White


Via: glossy

Computer Game Museum



Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin (Germany)
Creative Directors: Matthias Spaetgens, Jan Leube
Copywriter: Folke Renken
Art Director: Carlo Joest



Via: adgoodness

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Fabric London Podcast



Thanks to Armando for the tip.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Diesel: Disco dancing lesson



The original Finnish video:





Via: glossy / adverblog

Audi R8



Credits:
Agency: Bartle Bogle Hegarty London (UK)
Music: Simone White - The Beep Beep


Via: The Guardian

Paris by light



Credits:
Video made by: Mehdi Idir & Marko93 from Manifeste Productions
Music: Prodigy - Smack my bitch up, 3eme Oeil - Scrute le terrain
Other Credits: François Gautret, Tewfiq Seghir, Bahaeddine, Mickael


Via: Wooster Collective

Ad Age Power 150

Andy's Desktop Instacritique



Get your work instantly criticized by top advertising judges.

Credits:
Agency: Mother London (UK)

Via: CR Blog

Friday, October 19, 2007

Stella Artois interactive website



About: The new Stella Artois site is divided into 5 mini games (End of the World, Dangers of the Forrest, Wrath of Gods, Battle of Good vs Evil, The Setting Sun), all of them with fantastically executed motion video content. The website is a bit heavy but certainly worthy of a few minutes of your time.

Credits:
Agency: Lowe Worldwide


Via: Ars Thanea Blog

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Jinyoung Shin









See the rest of Jinyoung's amazing illustration work on her site dadaly.net

Branislav Kropilak: contemporary photography



Via: Styleboost

Cheeky Monkeys





Credits:
Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Sydney (Australia)
Creative Director: Rocky Ranallo

Art Director:
Paul Sharp
Copywriter: Gary Dawson
Illustrator: Christian Borstlap


Via: Ads of the World

Bermuda Shorts


About:
Bermuda Shorts was founded in 1990 by Trevor Murphy. It was the first animation company to pioneer the concept of representing individual directors to bring their specific vision to projects rather than just providing a technical service. Experimentation on short films and pop promos creates innovative ideas that feed into highly distinctive commercial work, which in turn enables the creative work to continue. Any project whether a TV title, a short live action drama, concert visuals or TV series, is a unique opportunity to explore and innovate in the Directors style.


A network of state of the art desktop computer technology enables directors to work quickly and intuitively with teams of artists in an ever evolving range of styles, keeping all aspects of production in-house.

Bermuda is continually expanding its Directors roster and today it exclusively represents styles and techniques ranging from 3D (CGI), stop frame, traditional 2D, treated live action, photo montage, After Effects and Flash Animation.

The Studio's reputation for award-winning commercial work attracts such clients as Volkswagen, Orange, Bayer, Kraft, Budweiser, Proctor & Gamble, Coca Cola, American Express, Nestle, MTV, BBC and The Fox Network.

With their techniques and creative talent Bermuda continues to expand the boundaries of animation across all forms of media.

Triaminic: Mother & Child







About: Following on from the success of last years campaign, the story continues to show these wonderful felt animals and the relationship between Mother & Child. Designed by Children's Book Illustrator and Author - Clare Beaton. All the characters, backgrounds and elements were hand drawn and designed in felt, to create this magical look. The elements were scanned and animated through After Effects.

Credits:
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi New York (US)
Production: Bermuda Shorts, London (UK)
Director:
Run Wrake
Designer/Illustrator: Clare Beaton

Ikea: House or home?



Credits:
Agency:
Beattie McGuinness Bungay, London (UK)
Production: Bermuda Shorts, London (UK)
Director: Max Hattler

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

What kind of blogger are you?




Via: swissmiss

Ecolect: Sustainable Material Community



About Ecolect:

Our vision is unique:

To provide the tools and resources that make it easier for you to design responsibly.

Searching for reliable, state-of-the-art sustainable materials shouldn’t be a frustrating scavenger hunt around the Internet. Ecolect empowers you with:

  1. An easy-to-use website featuring only materials with sustainable attributes, a place that stimulates discussion about defining sustainability and is a source of accurate information
  2. A place for you to contribute user reviews and images of materials you use
  3. Helpful case studies on successful sustainable design
  4. An informative blog that discusses how design and ecology affect the world
Now that sustainability is becoming important to more people, we need to define its many levels and create tools to help implement those standards. We are convinced that Ecolect is an efficient way for you and others committed to sustainability to fill this gap in the growing green movement.


Via: swissmiss

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Núcleo Barbatuques: Body Percursion



About: The work of body percussion performed by the group Barbatuques was initiated by the musician Fernando Barba through his interest in extracting sounds from his own body, a habit that was baptized with the word barbatuques.

Check them on virb or on their site.

This is New York City (TV commercial)



Credits:
Agency: BBH New York (US)

Arcade Fire: Neon Bible (interactive music video)



Credits:
Music: Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Director & Actionscript Programmer: Vincent Morisset
Effects & Post Production: Oliver Groulx, Vincent Morrisset
Director of Photography: Christophe Collette
Stylist: Renata Morales
Production: Nú Films, Quebec (Canada)
Producer:
Jean-Luc Della Montagna
Production Manager: Michael Leger
Other credits: Chloé Fortin, Fred Dompierre, Victoria Stusiak


Via:
A Source of Inspiration

Monday, October 15, 2007

Foldschool



About: foldschool is a collection of free cardboard furniture for kids, handmade by you. The downloadable patterns can be printed out with any printer. Follow the instructions and assemble a stable piece of furniture.


Via: NOTCOT

Beatboxing puppets

Cityshrinker



About cityshrinker: You see amazing things every day. It could be out the window of the train on your way to work, it could be in your back yard, even better it could be somewhere completely foreign, something you didnt know existed. My aim is to give that feeling of newness with each shot I take. My method is to take what was once large and shrink it down to model size. To take the familiar and get you thinking even if for a second "wait a minute, is that..."


Via: Wooster Collective

This is New York City






Credits:
Agency: BBH New York (US)


Via: The AdBlog

Casting for dogs



Credits:
Production: House Production & Casting (New York, US) , Milk Studios (New York, US)
Director: Georgie Greville
Editor: Nathan Byrne
Sound: Geremy Jasper
Director of Production: Joe Arcidiacono

Via: glossy

Friday, October 12, 2007

Animation is cool podcast by Yukfoo Animation Studios



Also check the Yukfoo site for some great work.

Thanks to Alan Dickson

Sony Bravia : Pyramid



Credits:
Agency: Y&R Singapore

Via: Meios & Publicidade

The Observer: Rock & Pop



Credits:
Agency: Wieden & Kennedy London (UK)

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Honda Civic Hybrid





Credits:
Agency: Rubin Postaer and Associates (US)


Via: adgoodness

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Vasava

Great work by Swedish RBG6



Via: Styleboost™ / Computerlove™

Carrotts Commercial Breakdown



Many more clips from the show available on YouTube.

Amica Chips: Rocco Siffredi case study



Credits:
Agency: Leo Burnett Italy


Thanks to Marcos Drummond

Mio: The Fly



Credits:
Agency:
Duval Guillaume Brussels (Belgium)


Via: AdArena

Forest by the Lichtfaktor Crew (Exclusive for Creative Review)



Credits:
Video: Lichtfaktor, Cologne (Germany)
Sound: Heiner Kruse aka The Green Man (TGM)


Via: CR Blog

Urinol gaming



Thanks to A Source Of Inspiration

Monday, October 08, 2007

Zoo Records: The opposite of Pop






Credits:
Agency: Leo Burnett Hong Kong (China)


Via: AdHunt

Reebok 3D Graffiti



Via: Adverbox

Coca-Cola Zero: Australian TV Commercial

Coca-Cola: Man vs Machine

Ferrari F1 Heritage

Say no to dirt



Credits:
Agency: Jung von Matt Alster, Hamburg (Germany)
Creative Directors: Hans Weishäupl, Willy Kaussen
Art Director: Kim Ney
Copywriter: André Hennen
Production: Film Deluxe, Berlin (Germany)

Via: Ads of the World

Pangea Day: Can your film change the World?



About the project:

Here's a big idea: Pangea Day plans to use the power of film to bring the world a little closer together. We're divided by borders, race, religion, conflict... but most of all by misunderstanding and mistrust. Pangea Day seeks to overcome that -- to help people see themselves in others -- through the power of film.


On May 10, 2008 -- Pangea Day -- sites in Cairo, Dharamsala, Jerusalem, Kigali, London, New York City, Ramallah and Rio de Janeiro will be linked to produce a 4-hour program of powerful films, visionary speakers, and uplifting music. The program will be broadcast live to the world through the Internet, television, digital cinemas, and mobile phones.

Your film could be part of it. The online video revolution has helped spawn a new generation of grass-roots film-makers worldwide. Much of the output, of course, is mediocre. But hidden in there are amazing talents capable of using film to astonishing effect... and capable of telling stories that can create powerful bonds between us.

So ask yourself this. If you had the entire world's attention for just a few minutes, what story would you tell? Perhaps you think the world looks at you, your country and your culture... and just doesn't understand. Then do something about it. Make a film and upload it here http://www.youtube.com/group/pangeaday. You never know. It could end up bringing millions of people that bit closer together.

Pangea is the name of the original super-continent which contained all the world's land mass before the continents started splitting apart 250 million years ago. We're launching Pangea Day with the vision that the people of the world can begin to overcome their divisions, and that the power of film can help make it possible.

Movies can't change the world. But the people who watch them can.

To register as a film-maker, to get more ideas about film submissions, or to host a screening or learn how you can get involved, please visit our website at http://www.pangeaday.org.


Via: Clube de Criativos de Portugal

Thursday, October 04, 2007

The bunnies are out



Read Creative Review's interview with Animation Director Darren Walsh here.


Credits:
Agency: Fallon London (UK)
Creative directors: Juan Cabral, Richard Flintham
Agency producer: Nicky Barnes
Account director: Ben Cyzer
Production company: Gorgeous Enterprises, London (UK)
Director: Frank Budgen
Producer: Rupert Smythe
Animation production company: Passion Pictures, London (UK)
Animation supervisor: Darren Walsh
Post production: Moving Picture Company, London (UK)
Model making: Artem,
Middlesex (UK)

Music: "She's a rainbow" by The Rolling Stones


Via: CR Blog

Renault: Synchronized Ballet



Credits:
Agency: Nordpol+ Hamburg (Germany)
Production: Element E, Hamburg (Germany)


Via: I believe in advertising

Dove Onslaught



Credits:
Agency: Ogilvy Toronto (Canada)

Via: The AdBlog

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Potty training



Thanks to Ewa Trzewikowska

Smoke Signals






The clouds, one of which was sited outside the Watershed media center on the city’s waterfront and the other in a disused cathedral in Park Place, combined the ancient practice of smoke signaling with the distinctly twenty-first century communications platform of SMS messaging. “Participants engage in a collective act of writing space through the use of light as a virtual writing machine onto ephemeral plumes of smoke,” explain Minimaforms. In other words, onlookers can text messages which are then displayed using light projected into plumes of smoke. Their texts “are fed through dynamic coding that recognizes, archives and plays back a real time visualization. This visualization is then grafted onto trajectories of smoke that form a dynamic ephemeral field that is affected by all external forces in the space of performance. Through turbulence the smoke writes or erases the grafting of the inputted text.”

Read the full article at CR Blog


Via: CR Blog

Monday, October 01, 2007

Sony Bravia: Play-Doh Bunnies Teaser



Credits:
Agency: Fallon London (UK)

Via: The AdBlog/Shedwa

Nissan Rogue: Marble Maze



Credits:
Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles (US)
Creative Directors: Curt Detweiler, Rob Schwartz
Art directors: Ken Lin, Curt Detweiler
Copywriter: Jason Rappaport
Production: Paranoid US
Director: Thierry Poiraud

Via: adgoodness

Bad things happen when you're bored





Credits:
Agency: Cawley Nea TBWA, Dublin (Ireland)
Production Redrage Films, Dublin (Ireland)
Director: Lena Beug

Via: glossy