Where things come from


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I just finished my Bachelor project – a short animated trailer for a fictional education tv-series.

The internet has established itself as a repository of knowledge. The lion’s share of the world’s knowledge, experience and information resides on server farms and can be accessed by anyone at any time.

The work focuses on the shift of knowledge onto the internet and a question that arises from that shift: What will we still want to know when all information is permanently available?

The product is a two-minute trailer for an animated series on this theme of the transfer of knowledge. I am responsible for the script, the general form, the coordination of everyone involved and the project realisation.

Through an emotional grandfather/grandson relationship, the trailer illustrates how the transfer of knowledge has changed in the last three generations. At the same time, it deals with the difference between analogue and digital knowledge.

www.hardyseiler.de

Graphic and realization
Hardy Seiler

Text:
Hardy Seiler
Daniel Nauck

Motion-Design:
Jascha Müller
Jonathan Winkler

Sound:
Torsten Strer

Speaker:
Peter Bennett

Kindly supported by:
Stefan Heijnk



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DON’T WORRY, DRIVE ON: Fossil Fools & Fracking Lies

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

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channel A _Brand Identity 2015 (reel)

Amazing New Post CHANNEL A & CHANNEL A PLUS
Brand Identity 2015
Moving Identity
Reel

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Channel A : Brand strategy team
Creative Agency : HA&D

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Color In Sight: A Documentary on the Details of Color in Design by TEALEAVES

Awesome New Post COLOR IN SIGHT: A DOCUMENTARY ON THE DETAILS OF COLOR IN DESIGN

“There are many products that are well designed, but don’t get the traction they deserve because the color’s not right.” In an increasingly digitally connected world, research has shown that the average human attention span has fallen to eight seconds- one second less than that of the goldfish. With such a competitive landscape, only the best brands can convey their message and connect with people almost instantaneously.

Color In Sight brings together 11 experts of industry, gathered around one powerful, little detail: color. We explore how top brands—ranging from Nike and Pantone to OPI and Herman Miller—think about and use color in the most effective and compelling way. By hearing their own experiences, the goal is to bring about an appreciation for the detail of color selection and how it can have a large impact on the perception of products and services enjoyed by many.

FEATURING
Adam Brumberg | Deputy Director, Cornell Food and Brand Lab
Ann Stone | Lecturer, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
Dave Schenone | Equipment Innovation Director, Nike
Dr. Donald McPherson | Co-Founder, EnChroma
Frank Kozik | Creative Director, Kidrobot
Dr. Karen B. Schloss | Assistant Professor, Brown University
Lana Sutherland | CEO, Tealeaves
Laura Guido-Clark | Founder, Laura Guido Clark Design
Laurie Pressman | Vice-President, Pantone Color Institute
Shaun Hergatt | Owner & Executive Chef, Two-Star Michelin, Juni, NYC
Suzi Weiss-Fischmann | Co-Founder, OPI

CREW
Directed, Shot and Edited by: Kevin Cho
Produced by: Carolyn Khoo
Camera Ops: Trevor Komori, Kevin Cho, Anastasia Walker
Music by: Musicbed
Music Composition: Bedtracks
B-roll: Artist Inka Mathew of Tiny PMS Match, Artist Ethan Zachery Scott of EZwithETHAN, Artist David Schwen of Pantone Pairings, Artists Federica Caserio and Giovanni Manzini of Moji Itten, Artist Hedvig Astrom of Pantone Smoothies
Shot on: Canon 6d, Panasonic GH4 and iPhone 6

ABOUT TEALEAVES
In luxury, it’s the details that matter. TEALEAVES blends teas specifically for color using only all natural ingredients, alongside aroma and taste, with understanding that “the first taste is with the eyes”. Fascinated by color’s potential to excite and delight, TEALEAVES reached out to experts in design to see how they thought about—and used—color. From OPI to PANTONE, these experts all volunteered their time for our documentary Color In Sight. Our goal, together, was to bring about appreciation for the little detail of color selection and how it can have a big impact on the products and services enjoyed by many.

Color In Sight online on #PaletteForYourPalate: http://bit.ly/2dfble8
For the full experience of #PaletteForYourPalate: http://bit.ly/2cYn0gc

Business Inquiries: info@tealeaves.com

Where to find us:
Website: http://bit.ly/2dnkpeg
Blog (Folio): http://bit.ly/2dxFYw2
Facebook: facebook.com/TealeavesCo
Twitter: twitter.com/TealeavesCo
Instagram: instagram.com/TealeavesCo
Pinterest: pinterest.com/TealeavesCo/

About Us: TEALEAVES is one of the very few tea blenders in the world, known for blending the highest quality teas in small batches by hand. We strive for perfection. What drives us? Our neverending quest to make the perfect cup of tea. It is this care, intentionality, and dedication towards our craft that has attracted the world’s elite in Food & Beverage for the past 21+ years.

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Social Media + You

Brills New Post Social Media keeps growing and you’re either part of that gravy train or missing the ride. Let Eight Communications help develop and implement a transmedia strategy to promote your products, your passion, your values and your brand across all platforms. We’ll help you be present, be talked about, be loved, be used, be shared and be sold. Curious about how we work? Get in touch and you’ll find out.

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Social Media Bumper

Brills New Post Info: Social Media Bumper for “Sky News Arabia” Rebrand
Credits:
Creative Director : Habib Feghali
Design, Animation, Composite : Haytham Salaheldin

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Viewed: 1472

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Graphic Means (Official Trailer)

Brills New Post Go to www.graphicmeans.com to learn more! Starting in April, 2017, Graphic Means will tour theaters, festivals and events through the summer, and will then be released for streaming and DVD in Fall.

Likes: 2460

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Starbucks holiday social media spots

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

www.goldenwolf.tv

Produced by Blacklist

www.blacklist.tv

CREDITS:

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

Likes: 716

Viewed: 8106

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smashLAB / Agency

You Can Do What? New Post A brief introduction to creative agency smashLAB, its focus, service areas, and reason for being.

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This Panda Is Dancing

Have You Seen …? New Post A poetic short film by Max Stossel & Sander van Dijk:

In the Attention Economy, technology and media are designed to maximize our screen-time. But what if they were designed to help us live by our values? www.timewellspent.io

What if news & media companies were creating content that enriched our lives, vs. catering to our most base instincts for clicks?
What if social platforms were designed to help us create our ideal social lives, instead of to maximize time-on site and “likes”?
What if dating apps measured their success in how well they helped us find what we’re looking for instead of in # of swipes?

As technology gets more and more engaging, and as AI and VR become more and more prevalent in our day-to-day lives we need to take a look at how we’re structuring our future.

Time Well Spent is a movement to align technology with our humanity: www.timewellspent.io

Director, Co-producer, & Visual Effects: Sander van Dijk: www.sandervandijk.tv

Writer, Co-producer & Lead Actor: Max Stossel: www.maxstossel.com

Production Company: Yacht Club Films

Director of Photography: Conor Murphy

Color: RCO

Music & Sound Design: Wesley Slover –

Steadicam Operator: Kyle Fasanella

Graphic Artist: Aaron Kemnitzer

CG Artist: Joseph Pistono

Visual Effects Assistant: Chelsea Galen

Roto Assistant: Regina Morgan-Munoz

Lead Actress: Crystal Lee

Special Thanks: Chantal Stafford-Abbott, Radha Agrawal, Koen Oosterbroek, Anneke Jong, Jacob Tugendrach, Alex Mizrahi, David Markowitz, Gene Gurkoff, Taryn Southern Katie Growald, Steph Bagley, Joel Wishkovsky, Amy Karr, Erica Shay, Kurt Peloquin, Tobias Rose Stockwell, Erica Berger, Nora Graham, Elana Meta, Julian Dufault, Michael Rosen, Kelly Stoecklin, Adam London, Gary Su, Auston Copeland, Katya Stepanov, Betty Kay Kendrick, Zach Bell, David Yarus, Stephan Cesarini, Jon Morris, Michelle Finizio, Lauren Bille, Felicity Conrad, Abel Costa, Ria Bouttier, James Hercher, Sarah Knapp, Simon Roberts, Alex Abelin, & Dan Fredinburg

Likes: 1985

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The Social Network Kinetic Typography – HD

Fantastic New Post A kinetic typography piece of the “Full Attention” clip from the 2010 film The Social Network by David Fincher.

EDIT: 4/14/12 – Re animated/Rendered in HD.

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Graphic Design: The Forgotten Web Standard – Slides in 3 Minutes

Awesome New Post As part of my (Mike Kus) talk at FOWD London 2009 I played this short film. It’s sped up footage of me designing my slides for my talk. I showed it because I thought it would interesting to see the design process I went through whilst making them. It also features a lot of footage of slides being designed that never made it to the final slide deck.
You can view the final slides here:
http://moourl.com/rh1ch

You can view my talk here:
http://moourl.com/e9it1

The music I used is a track called Með suð í eyrum by Sigur Ros from their album Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust. It’s an amazing record and I suggest you all go out and buy it 🙂
http://www.sigurros.com
or buy it here: http://moourl.com/ydh2w

You can view more of my design work at:
http://www.thethingswemake.co.uk

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mikekus

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Xbox ~ Motion Brand Identity

Great New Post When Microsoft launched the Xbox One they commissioned Man vs Machine to design their global motion brand identity. The Xbox logo animation is one of their most iconic brand elements and our task was to translate their new logo into a full 3D brand language, with this item being the long form brand expression.

A key aim was communicate how the brand has made the transition from core gamers to people who love music, television, films and apps. It’s evolving towards broad entertainment. Xbox has become a premium experience.

As a result we wanted to play on the idea that Xbox is constantly reinventing itself. The brand development film focused on a rhythmic self-generating X; a dynamic spherical form which simulated the evolving nature of the brand. We designed the resolve to feel clean and effortless, seamlessly folding together multiple layers into the logo.

CREDITS —

Client:
Microsoft

Concept, Design & Direction:
ManvsMachine

Creative Director for Xbox:
Ramiro Torres

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F5 Festival – The Best Of Motionographer 2015 Titles

Brills New Post Mill+ created ‘The Best of Motionographer 2015’ title sequence for the F5 Festival’s showcase of hand-picked work from the past year. Director Aran Quinn conceptualized and created six whimsical, muscle-flexing bodybuilder characters for the main titles representing the hardworking teams behind the incredible work featured in the showcase.
Learn more: http://www.themill.com/portfolio/2159/the-best-of-motionographer-2015-titles

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Blog: themill.com/millchannel
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Instagram: instagram.com/millchannel

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