See No Evil has a trio of powerful ladies for this month’s meet up.
Firstly the hugely inspiring Emma Sexton – she not only runs Make Your Words Work, which is a network of over 50 consultants and freelancers, but also a business leader and spokesperson for gender equality in the creative industries. Continue reading “See No Evil June 2016 – Women in Creative Industries” »
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” »
The BassAwards are back. As this is their fourth year – you can’t really say they are newcomers to the motion design awards scene anymore – and considering by their latest judging panel the stakes are getting higher…
For those of you who have not entered before the BassAwards are a truly International Motion Graphics, Animation and Broadcast Design awards body. Why not have a look at last year’s winners? Continue reading “BassAwards 2016 Call For Entries” »
Sure we’re all well versed with the polished delivery of the John Lewis Christmas ads by now – they’ve been doing it enough years that they have a good formula. However for my money the House of Fraser, is the most interesting offering out there. They still throw in some of the usual Christmas tropes of family meals and Christmas decorations, but the whole tone of this ad feels very modern as well. They also have a page on their website where you can “shop the advert” – ie find out about and buy the items in the ad – making it very easy for the consumer to interact. It has bags of attitude just like the agency 18 Feet & Rising who came up with the idea. Great song by Grace and choreography by ultra cool Parris Goebel – again all discoverable on their main website. Continue reading “Best Of UK Christmas Commercials 2015” »