We were sent an unusual surrealistic piece by Fabrice Le Nezet last week. It’s unusual not just because of the imagery and the fact he’s French, but also because his work explores the intersection between architecture, fashion and toy design. He’s also very partial to concrete. Continue reading “Fabrice Le Nezet – Mother animation” »
It’s always great to see some thought provoking motion graphics, and especially so if there is a poignant reason for doing the project in the first place.
Motion graphics artist James Francis, director of London based Merchants and Sons, sent in this emotive new personal project called ‘Relics’. Continue reading “James Francis – Relics” »
A riot of neons, bubbles and bath tubs, a Chinese pop star and an incredibly catchy tune combine get together for a rub down in Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam’s Camayzing music video to relaunch the Camay brand in China.
For me, it’s definitely got a feel of Pierre et Gilles meets Gilbert & George (no bad thing when you are advertising something as ordinary as soap…) This slice of nuttiness was directed by Tim and Joe through Friend London and MPC’s Motion Design Studio created a range of surreal animations and backgrounds. It was W+K’s first bit of work fro the French & Chinese market after winning the P&G. Continue reading “Friend & MPC – Camazing video for Camay” »
I thought there was something very mesmerising about this strict black white and red music video by Jim Howells. Although this was an ultra low/no budget project there is something about the combination of the Radiohead-like Phoria and the harsh white light moving across the wolves that raised my pulse when I was watching it. Continue reading “Jim Howells – Phoria Music Video” »
Harriman Steele got in touch recently to tell us about their latest foray into TV branding. After the award winning efforts of their last creation for Discovery DMAX I was eager to see what they had come up with this time… Continue reading “Harriman Steel – Quest TV Idents” »