A mere week and we’re back once again praising the work of Nexus director Johnny Kelly. This time it’s because he’s put a massive smile on our faces with Happiness is Movement; an ad spot for Coca-Cola which looks back at the joyous life of a new father, all realised using real automaton puppets to […]
Johnny Kelly, he who gave us hope for sustainable farming with Back to the Start, has created three brilliantly simple ads – Clothing, Food & Shelter – for The Salvation Army’s Christmas campaign. Each demonstrates the directly link between the money you provide and the much needed help the organisation can give. “Created using stop […]
If last year’s Back to the Start ad from Chipotle didn’t get your emotions firing, then the massively upped stakes of their newest animation The Scarecrow (which has an accompanying burrito-earning iOS game), directed by Brandon Oldenburg and Limbert Fabian of Moonbot Studios, is sure to take your heart on a roller coaster ride as […]
Commissioned for the NSPCC, Eamonn O’Neil brings the saddening story of Sally – a girl bullied at school and unable to seek refuge in her discordant home life, but who ultimately finds support through the NSPCC – to animated life with his familiar, clean animation style.
Jean André and Wu Yue animate a frenetic hand drawn (& NSFW) introduction to the artists kicking out jams on the Ed Rec Vol. X compilation in IntroX.
We get one opportunity in life. One chance in life … to do whatever you’re gonna do. To lay your foundation. To make whatever mark you’re gonna make. To leave whatever legacy you’re gonna leave. LEAVE your legacy. And it’s found through EFFORT. Eliot Rausch gets the heart racing and the blood pumping in his […]
Billed as “The only award dedicated to rising young directors” the Young Director Award knows that filmmaking talent can be evident in the youngest of creators. It’s a belief beautifully illustrated in Whisper, their new commercial directed by Gioacchino Petronicce.
You’ve probably already heard about Google’s latest moonshot, Project Loon but if you haven’t yet seen the ridiculously creative use of string explanation directed by Google Creative Lab through Mixtape Club then you’re missing out. Enjoy!
A young boy moves unseen through deserted public spaces normally congested with people in Sam Huntley’s sobering film for charity PACT (Parents and Abducted Children Together), made to highlight the shocking statistic that over 140K children go missing annually in the UK.
After coming across the intersection of living canvas and geometric light show to promote Austrian design label 13&9 earlier this month, we asked the folks over at Superplus to give us a peak into how they went about creating the abstract piece. “The video is part of an overall concept for 13&9 design that revolves […]