Blogging & press releases guidelines for motion graphics & animation

November 20, 2012 by Tim Rabjohns | 3 Comments

It may surprise you to know that there are many organisations, both large & small, creating amazing motion graphic and animation work, who make very little effort to promote it to the outside world.  I was recently asked by a large broadcaster to draw up some guidelines to help share work around the web – so I thought I would publish them as well… Continue reading “Blogging & press releases guidelines for motion graphics & animation” »

Ron Arad’s Curtain Call

September 6, 2011 by Reuben Armstrong | 0 comments


Last week I visited the Camden Roundhouse to check out Ron Arad’s Curtain Call. It is a 360º projection on a suspended circle of perspex pylons. The hanging curtains create a video wall you can walk through and sit inside the circle.

The first thing that took me back was how well executed and precise the installation is. From the materials to the location, it is a well-conceived concept, brilliantly delivered. The roundhouse is the perfect location for an installation of this type and it is designed perfectly to suit the space.

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May 11, 2010
by Tim Rabjohns

MTV spots from Proud

  Some more interesting work from Proud just in.  MTV approached them to create a brand package of 5 idents for MTV Shows.Roger Whittlesea , producer, told me “Visually we wanted to develop a strong, clean illustrative style that originated … Continue reading

March 31, 2010
by Tim Rabjohns

Man Vs Machine

Just got some very classy bits of work through from John Alderson at Man vs Machine, based in Shoreditch, London. He has been in business for three years as MvsM, with Tim Swift, his partner – and I think they … Continue reading

November 21, 2009
by Tim Rabjohns

Do you Dare to Dare?

Danny Smit & Marco-Paul de Jeu are founding partners of Dare – a small but beautifully formed brand strategy and graphic design agency working out of Hilversum in Holland.  Danny worked at English & Pockett for five years – so, … Continue reading