Getcha some art deco typography goodness in this luxury brand spot for the big LV!
A couple things are worth paying attention to here. Notably, the different ways in which the lab guys, the Everrun material blobs, and the jogging mannequin are rendered. The first has no shadows, the second has hard shadows but no gradients, the third has gradients, yet they all successfully inhabit the same environment.
Amnesty International created a powerful PSA with this uniquely conceived piece. Having Patrick Stewart and Joanna Lumley perform the script adds tremendous drama.
What can only be considered an “anti-beauty” sequence actually works incredibly well in the hands of Denial Of Service. A tremendous achievement!
This piece is a refueling station for when your creative juices drain to dangerously low levels. The neon, Pollack-esque visuals are likely to scald some sort of reaction out of you.
Channel One is an uncommon country-wide network in a state as large as Russia, thus the idents are broadly appealing. There’s a lot of interpretation for one so inclined, not least of all is the reference to Sydenham’s Crystal Palace which inspired Chernyshevsky’s utopian vision in his 1863 novel “What is to be Done?”
You thought the Apple Watch was pricey? Try a $1500 Tag Heuer with Intel inside! This promo has some great moments, including a horizontal shredding transition I love, to help take the watch out of the stuffy luxury category and drop it into the edgy hipster zone.
Intended as a mandala of sorts, this animated opener introduced a segment called Work In Progress at Vancouver’s Blend Fest 2015.