Getcha some art deco typography goodness in this luxury brand spot for the big LV!
Nat Geo built an anatomically correct T-Rex just so this lucky team of paleontologists could dissect it. Sounds like must-see tv! Nice title card.
CHRLX has been exploring new logo designs, and has released a montage of many different animated variations. With over 20 different logos and animations, CHRLX certainly gets an overhaul on their brand. If you are looking to redesign your logo, or are working on a logo redesign for someone else, this is certainly a great place to look for inspiration.
I love how the artist pushed the boundaries of typography here. This is what it looks like to go “all in” and succeed.
There’s something about the almost “sliding tile“ puzzle look of this Ident that makes it calming to watch. Maybe it’s just me (most likely) but as each piece fits into its rightful place, I feel order has been restored to this meticulous and quirky little world.
I absolutely love the idea of “book trailers!” Just as movies can tease their films, books can now tease their stories through a visual narrative that excites a reader. “Animal” uses hand written key words from the story to thread transitions together, and seamlessly move from one thought to another.
Roof Studio takes their familiar 3D style and camera moves and applies the same principals to NatGeo’s “Brain Games” promo. The continuous camera move shows off gorgeous 3D environments that mechanically work together, ultimately revealing the final logo lockup. This piece is sure to spark some serious inspiration for your next motion graphics project.
If Portland is as awesome as their new ad, then they are sure to get quite a lot of new visitors! “Travel Portland” features an extremely creative sequence of all things Portland, with a consistent 2D design and animation technique across the board. Each scene is carefully composed so well that you could easily create matching postcards to keep the message going.