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” »
A sweltering day in Havana, the muscle-bound delivery man comes to the door and is greeted by a curvy girl who is popping out of her blouse a sensuous female voice over laden with all sorts of old school innuendo – how can you not carry on watching..? Havana Heat is a combination of a few good things – it looks great, has a cheeky script and is for a good cause – what could be better? Once you realise that it is part of a series of animations advertising a service called Good Books and each film is written in a well known literary style, things start to make sense. This one pays homage to the bodice-ripping language made famous by Mills & Boon - hence the melodramatic flirting.
Animated by renown duo mcbess and Simon of The Mill in London and produced and masterminded by String Theory. Continue reading “String Theory & The Mill – Havana Heat animation” »