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Excellent New Post An infographs video produced for Philips Egypt to showcase the success of their regional Social Media Marketing campagin throughout the year.
Have You Seen …? New Post Facebook approached me to design, direct and help develop a campaign of 18x short animations for Groups Discover, a function on Facebook Groups.
Produced at Nexus Studios, the films concentrate on three audiences – New Parents, Parent’s of Pre-schoolers and College Students. Each short animation tells the story of all the good things that happen when you are in a Group i.e. advice, support and real life help and fun interactions. Here’s a montage of the best moments of animation in the campaign.
Agency: The Factory at Facebook
VP of Brand Marketing: Rebecca Van Dyck
VP, Executive Creative Director: Scott Trattner
Product Marketing Director: Kate Rouche
Director of Marketing Communications: Jennifer Henry
Creative Director: Luke Martin, Chris Trumbull
Art Director: Melinda Keough
Copywriter: Kevin Tenglin
Executive Producer: Margaret McLaughlin
Producer: Brian Coate
Brand Marketing Manager: Alyssa Rogers
Brand Strategy: Ravi Khanna
Comms Planner: Deborah Kang
Product Marketing Mananger: Devanshi Mehta Bhandari, JK Ogungbadero
Marketing Research Manager: Oliver Raskin
Marketing Insights Analyst: Jon Kaslow
Production Company: Nexus Productions
Director: Nicolas Menard
Executive Producer: Julia Parfitt
Producer: Mariano Melman
Project Lead: Mark Davies
Production Manager: Greet Kallikorm
Production Assistant: Rebecca Archer
Design Lead: Nicolas Ménard, James Graham
Storyboards: James Graham
Design: Sarah Deane, Jessica Robinson
Animation: Iris Abols, Tom Bunker, Andrew Clarke, James Hatley, Isaac Holland, Sean Weston, Felix Massie, Claudio Salas
Compositing: Alasdair Brotherston
Final Edit: Dave Slade
Studio Manager: Natalie Busuttil
Runner: Lucy Caetano
Sound Design / Music: Antfood, NY
Mix: Tom Joyce / The Factory UK, John Bolen / Formosa LA
Fantastic New Post UPDATE: check out episode #2 now! At: https://vimeo.com/macncheese/supermarket
Mac ‘n’ Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. This roughly two minute animation took about five months to make, and about a bajillion peanut butter sandwiches.
Synopsis: When you find yourself running scared and running out of energy, there’s only a few options left to outrun your opponent through the southern desert. Stopping at nothing, watch these two guys wear each other out and rip through boundaries hitherto unbroken. Enjoy the ride!
– Autodesk Maya
– Eyeon Fusion
– Pixologic Zbrush
– Adobe Photoshop
Inspired by Team Fortress 2 and Meet Buck.
– Animation: Tom Hankins, Gijs van Kooten, Guido Puijk, Roy Nieterau
– Music & Audio Design: Giulio Sterbini, Wouter Messelink, Peter-Paul Timmermans
Title song: The Grateful Dead – Casey jones
– UPC Animation Prize at the Netherlands Online Film Festival 2011 (NOFF)
– Best National Student Award at Playgrounds Festival 2011
– Best Chase Scene Award at Couchfest 2011
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Excellent New Post ‘Coalition of the Willing’ is a collaborative animated film and web-based event about an online war against global warming in a ‘post Copenhagen’ world.
‘Coalition of the Willing’ has been Directed and produced by Knife Party, written by Tim Rayner and crafted by a network of 24 artists from around the world using varied and eclectic film making techniques. Collaborators include some of the world’s top moving image talent, such as Decoy, World Leaders and Parasol Island.
The film offers a response to the major problem of our time: how to galvanize and enlist the global publics in the fight against global warming. This optimistic and principled film explores how we could use new Internet technologies to leverage the powers of activists, experts, and ordinary citizens in collaborative ventures to combat climate change. Through analyses of swarm activity and social revolution, ‘Coalition of the Willing’ makes a compelling case for the new online activism and explains how to hand the fight against global warming to the people.
To find out all about the project and to join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, or get the iPhone App visit:
Have You Seen …? New Post To mark the release of Mary Berry’s new cookbook, DK Books invited the public to quiz Mary over their social media platforms on any culinary dilemmas they may have. Mary was asked a range questions covering a variety of food topics, which were introduced through a series of short stop motion animations created by David Luepschen.
Client: DK Books
Direction & Animation: David Luepschen
Sound: Oswald Skillbard
Great New Post A black and white forest is colored in vibrant hues under our eyes except for one sad little panda, which sets off the compassion of an imaginative little boy.
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Fantastic New Post Winner: Bronze 2013 Bass Awards
Best Social Commentary
This video represents the talents of animators Alexander Perry & Michael Wilson along with audio genius Ben Roider. They were supported by Tod Brilliant and Dalton G Crosthwait. Monstro managed the whole shabang. We do our best to support messages that we truly believe in, and this is definitely one of them. There’s a lot we could be doing to reduce how much oil we consume – hopefully this little ditty convinces more people that they have the ability to reduce their consumption.
A message from the Post Carbon Institute:
In recent months we’ve seen a spate of assertions that peak oil is a worry of the past thanks to so-called “new technologies” that can tap massive amounts of previously inaccessible stores of “unconventional” oil. “Don’t worry, drive on,” we’re told.
We can fall for the oil industry hype and keep ourselves chained to a resource that’s depleting and comes with ever increasing economic and environmental costs, or we can recognize that the days of cheap and abundant oil (not to mention coal and natural gas) are over.
Unfortunately, the mainstream media and politicians on both sides of the aisle are parroting the hype, claiming — in Obama’s case — that unconventional oil can play a key role in an “all of the above” energy strategy and — in Romney’s — that increased production of tight oil and tar sands can make North America energy independent by the end of his second term.
WE NEED YOUR HELP.
Please share this video and help bring a dose of reality to the energy conversation:
* Email the video to everyone you think needs to watch it
* Share it through your social networks
* Send it to your elected officials
Excellent New Post During my time at Google, I had the privilege of serving as a lead motion designer tasked with evolving and implementing their brand identity & language across all core products.
Above is a brief montage of a few of the pieces I worked on.
*Made in collaboration with the insanely talented folks on the Google Logo & Identity team.
Excellent New Post Bevii is a mobile, location-based social networking app that automatically builds and values relationships for you. Bevii uses this relationship information to show you all the content you want to see without all the clutter you don’t.
You Can Do What? New Post The Royal Society is the national academy for science in the UK, made up of many of the world’s most distinguished scientists. As part of their mission to promote the benefits of science they launched a campaign to inform the general public about the use of genetic modification in crop seeds.
The Royal Society approached Mummu to produce a short engaging animation summarising genetic modification (GM), appealing to a scientifically-aware general public. It was important that the animation was visually appealing, enticing, and encouraged the general public to visit The Royal Society’s website.
Determined to illustrate the subject accurately, a team at Mummu began by researching and designing key scientific material. The combination of illustration and graphics balanced science and nature in the animation. Mummu illustrators used texture to soften the designs, adding extra warmth to them. The animation uses a base of colours which match with The Royal Society’s brand colours, creating a uniformity to the animation on the website. Each design was brought to life with subtle movements, whilst its clarity was preserved.
The illustration style and work Mummu created was used beyond the original scope of the animation project and was included in the report itself and on social media platforms.
Produced & Created by: Mummu
Creative Directors: Sam Atkin & Karl Hammond
Art & Animation Direction: Daryl Higgins
Animators: Daryl Higgins, Tim Gray, Brad Purnell
Sound Design: Marian Mentrup
Voice-over: Justine Harris
Voice-over Agent: James Bonallack
Client: The Royal Society
Amazing New Post TOMS charged us with telling their origin story. And tell we did!
We used TOMS’ word-of-mouth marketing strategy as inspiration for a story told by many voices. The script was read by TOMS employees that had been there from the beginning including, of course, Blake Mycoskie.
TOMS didn’t start with an idea for a shoe. In fact, it was the absence of the shoe that started it all…
Agency: Giant Ant
Directed by Giant Ant
Producer: Brant Cheetham
Script: Jay Grandin, Leah Nelson
Creative Direction: Jay Grandin, Leah Nelson
Art Direction & Design: Lucas Brooking, Jay Grandin
2D Animation Team: Jorge Canedo Estrada, Henrique Barone, Matt James, Shawn Hight, Nicholas Ferreira, Jay Grandin
3D Animation Team: Jorge Canedo Estrada, Nicholas Ferreira
Music & Sound FX: Ryland Haggis
Brills New Post We teamed up with our pals at Blacklist and 72 and Sunny to create this set of social media spots for Starbucks’ holiday campaign.
Directed by Golden Wolf
Produced by Blacklist
Creative director: Ingi Erlingsson
Art director: Ewen Stenhouse
Producer: Ant Baena
Design: Nick Stoney, Mattias Breitholtz, Yino Huan, Nicolas Castro
Animation & Compositing: Tim Whiting, Yino Huan, Henry Purrington, Thomas Purrington, David Calvet, Mattias Breitholtz, Marlène Beaube, Ferdinando Spagnolo, Steffen Bang Lindholm, George Johnson