Have you seen this video by Donato Sansone? The entire animation is done by hand. I wonder how long it took him to create this. Cool Stuff.
Posts Tagged 'animation'
Tags: animation, cool, donato sansone, stop-motion, Video, YouTube
Tags: animation, sharesomecandy, typography, Video, YouTube
I love this witty typographic animation.
(via share some candy : artist unknown)
Tags: advertising, animation, anya marina, B-reel, commercial, firesprite, frito lay, FWA, goodby silverstein & partners, interactive, little bright eyes, madeforeachother.com, Web Design
Frito Lay has developed an interesting new campaign featuring 6 animated commercials with whimsical characters that are “Made for Each Other” - just like chips and dip. The first time I saw the “Little Bright Eyes” commercial, I instantly needed to know who created it. The commercials have no direct chip or snack reference, and this subtle advertising is making the them memorable and fun. All 6 commercials are designed by different companies, making each one unique. Love it.
Little Bright Eyes:
Love & Sockets:
Go to: The Inspiration Room to learn about the animators of each of these videos.
A collaboration of great minds, B-Reel & Goodby Silverstein & Partners have developed a new way to advertise snack food. Devoid of all chip grease and party dip reference, madeforeathother.com is an interesting and interactive site that keeps you guessing. The designers created real miniature sets which were composited with 3D, 2D and hand-drawn elements that create a beautiful website. Even though the site isn’t always clear, it’s interesting enough to make you search and discover all for the games and videos embedded throughout. They won the FWA Site of the Day award on February 23rd. You can also watch the commercials and download the music that they play in the background. I love the idea of supporting the musician and I actually downloaded the Anya Marina CD (heard on the “Firesprite” commercial.) It’s one of my top fav’s right now.
So, Does this advertising make me want to buy chips and dip? Maybe not, but it makes me smile and its memorable! which means they may have succeeded…
Tags: animation, film, Flyboys, Residue, San Diego State University, Temecula Valley Film and Music Festival
I am proud to announce that there was 3 films from the San Diego State Film Dept. featured in the Temecula Film and Musical Festival. My roommate was AD (assistant director) for “Through the Dark” which was directed by Billy Massung. She hooked me up with a pass to the event, so we spent our weekend in Temecula watching films and shmoozing with other film makers. The other SDSU films were “Four Minutes ‘Til Noon” directed by Johnathan Taylor and “In Velvet” directed by Joseph Bolton. It was so exciting to see their films on the big screen!
Opening night was on Wednesday and featured a film called The Flyboys. Kyle, a young boy who moves to a new town, quickly finds himself in trouble with just about everyone. When he accidentally stumbles onto a mob conspiracy, he and his friend Jason discover they are the only passengers aboard a twin-engine airplane and they must fly the plane themselves or face a perilous crash into the mountain side and so…. their adventure continues. This is was a fun film, excellently crafted and good for the whole family. Classic for the opening of the Temecula festival.
The next day we hit up all the shorts. We saw as many short films as we could which basically meant we were in the theater ALL day.
My favorite shorts included: Saving Mom and Dad, Passing Fancy, Hungry God, Have you ever heard about Vukovar and Monsoon. I saw one feature length documentary titled ‘Reserved to Fight’ which was very entertaining and informative.
I also really enjoyed ‘Residue,’ and we were fortunate enough to meet some of the men who worked on the film: Wally Schlotter, Wade Miller and Jared Davis.
Overall it was a great opportunity to see some amazing work from the independent film makers and meet some very talented people.