A shipping giant befriends a forest — thanks to sustainability solutions from FedEx, including more electric trucks, more recycled shipping materials and a growing number of lower-emission planes.
The brief: show how a ‘multi-purpose, multi-technology network node enables operators to meet their three priorities in relation to data traffic explosion: differentiation, control and monetization’. The solution: shoot 30 locations in three days, design 36 different interfaces, add a touch of sound, and a stunning film is created.
For this meta-ad out of Canada, we’ve created a surreal commercial within a commercial, examining the role of advertising, desire and envy in creating commodity-based identity…in carrots… who want to taste and smell like bananas.
This project proposes to open the world of motion design to the general public. This is a non-profit project. Our goal is to create a real space devoted to motion design. Students, professionals and anyone interested could discover artists, meet and learn. This centre will also provide an opportunity to promote artists in other design departments
A story about growing up in the universe. A music video for the band Rendezvous, made February-March 2011. They pretty much gave me carte blanche to do whatever I wanted to do, and this is what came out.
Transformer is a big movie, C&C transformer is a huge 60 seconds commercial for road tractor, tipper & mixer, finale in 3-in-1 gigantic robot. Various technologies were developed by us for the complex robotic transformation. Massive computer power, visual effects was needed.
Skate or die, dude! That was the mantra The Mill NY adopted when BBDO Atlanta approached us to create a fully CG commercial promoting Pantech’s sponsorship of the Dew Tour. Creative Director Mario Stipinovich, Design Director Jeff Stevens and Art Director Emmett Dzieza imagined a world that blended painterly illustration with a deconstructed, geometric sensibility.
The Found Collective thought for the countryside of Vodafone this video “The Evolution off Mobile”. By subtle a play of video diffusion, the installation makes it possible to tell the evolution of mobile telephony and its functionalities. Via: fubiz
In short, awesome. Filmmaker John Banana made this fan film in honor of the original movie’s 20th anniversary and the late, great Dave Stevens. It’s really too cute for words. Via: gizmodo
Beno Saradzic’s glittering time lapse video of Abu Dhabi also gives us a history lesson; it takes us from the contributions Sheikh Zayed made in the past to the majestic metropolis it is now. Via: theawesomer
An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia’s ABC.
The creative James Zhao carried out this time-lapse in order to propose the 3rd edition of the Vivid Festival of Sydney. Around these plays of lights, video allows it to show the variety of the visual effects which the festival proposes. Via: fubiz
In order to promote the smartphone Samsung Galaxy software firm, the Original soundtrack and Heaven had the idea to think this video around the action of handling a tactile apparatus. The JayFunk dancer carries out a dance supported visually by effects in post-production. Via: fubiz