What about giant see-through LED screens? Retail design specialists Dalziel & Pow sent in a making of video for their jaw dropping work in the Primark flagship store in Madrid. It’s the first time that this tech has been used in a retail environment – and it makes for an amazing theatrical experience. Continue reading “Dalziel & Pow – See Through LED Screens For Primark” »
Just a quick note to remind everyone that the Early bird prices for submitting to the BassAwards are about to run out on 3rd May. As you can see from the list of costs below, it’s a lot cheaper to submit now rather than later – so, get a move on!
Above is a gold winner from last year in the Experimental Film category by Neon.
Last week I did something pretty unusual – I was invited to a book launch about TV Branding. As many of you will know who have tried to read up on it – there is a paucity of material on all matters television marketing – and what there is often quite stuffy and academic. This is why I recomend Charlie Mawer and Andy Bryant’s (of RedBee fame) book TV Brand Builders. Continue reading “Charlie Mawer & Andy Bryant – TV Brand Builders Book” »
The Rebranding of BBC’s CBBC is quite a big deal. Why? well CBBC and CBeebies are still the only ad-free children’s channels on TV and the most watched in terms of numbers. Another reason is that the children watching CBBC the last time they refreshed the channel identity will have left university by now, and the world has moved on quite a lot since then. Continue reading “RedBee Creative – CBBC Rebrand” »
Here’s a topical piece of animation – a title sequence for a documentary series that follows the US elections by Dave Penn (AKA Six Fingers) called “Race For The Whitehouse”. Even better – it narrated by Frank Underwood himself – Kevin Spacey. Continue reading “Six Fingers – Race For The Whitehouse Titles” »