Featured video for this week is a really awesome animation “Kaspersky Internet Security” by Peepshow Collective - a multidisciplinary design studio specializing in animation, art-direction and illustration.
Featured video for this week is a “Jazz that nobody asked for" animation, an ode to all those unwanted songs out there, that have nowhere to go. Created by Benny Box - Copenhagen based creative design agency specialised in motion & animation design.
Featured video for this week is a “So God Made a Designer" parody written by brand identity specialist David Brier. Video is inspired by RAM’s commercial in this year’s Super Bowl featuring a recorded speech given by legendary radio broadcaster Paul Harvey - “God Made a Farmer”.
This “parody” with impersonation by Jim Meskimen features, design, logo design, branding and a cameo appearance by Shark Tank star Daymond John. This video celebrates what designers do to make the world a better place.
Featured video for this week is a stop motion chalk drawing by Coming Soon - a Belgian studio that creates visual identities in combination with photography. Most of their work is hand crafted and afterwards transformed into a digital image.
For the first post this Monday, I would love to share this new music video (watch in HD!) from my band Punčke that we’ve just released! This is the first single from our upcoming debut album (to be released in 2013) and it’s also available for free download here! Hope you like the video / song and feel free to follow us on this websites:
Featured video for this week is a 2013 Showreel by Ronda - an animation and design studio, created at the end of 2007 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, that works interdisciplinary with illustrators, writers, art directors, photographers and plastic artists to give life to an infinity of stories and characters.
Featured video for this week is a very funny animation called “Dumb ways to die" by Julian Frost - digital art director based in New Zealand. The song was written by John Mescall and Ollie McGill, and sung by Emily Lubitz. Gifs from the video can be found here.