As a long term fan of shows like Monty Python – it’s always nice to have a dose of surrealism on your screen. In this case blackcurrants as bubbles and balloons, dancing robins and an owl with a human mouth – it is, of course, the new Ribena ad by NOMINT for JWT. Continue reading “NOMINT – Ribinery Ribena Commercial” »
It’s been a while since I heard from CG Studio Map – the interactive map of all the CG studios in the world. Yes you heard me correctly – the world!
It’s a hugely ambitious project to annotate and geographically collate so many creative studios. You can search by map view or by list view. You can see a map of all the studios registered within the M25 above. Continue reading “CG Studio Map – Global Map of Design Studios” »
Although the title of the show – X-Ray Mega Airport might suggest another of those everyday documentaries with the word “Mega” in the title – the technology employed to show off of the world’s largest and most complex aviation hubs – Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is absolutely cutting edge. Continue reading “Earth – X-Ray Mega Airport CGI for Discovery” »
It’s no secret that Future Deluxe have been collaborating with high end graphics card maestros Nvidia for a while now. As a cherry on the cake they have had the chance to produce a product launch film for what is (for the moment, anyway) the “Fastest graphics card on the planet” the Titan X – coming in two versions – the cheapest of which will cost you a cool £1000… Continue reading “Future Deluxe – Nvidia Titan X & Cymatics Experiments” »
I know that you might think we couldn’t possibly fit any more creative studios in East London, but it seems there is still room for experienced freelancers that set up on their own. Most recently is Pryce Duncalf’s animation and VFX studio called Munk – he’s been in the industry for 13 years freelancing in animating commercials, visual effects, content, promos and channel identity with over 20 awards to his name. Continue reading “Munk – New Shoreditch VFX & Animation Studio” »