Sky High is a lovely animation directed by Eugene and Louise & Birg for the song Sky High, performed by Marble Sounds and Miwako Shimizu.
The characters are cute and i think they go really well with the song and the animation, it’s all really cute! :) Continue reading “Sky High”
Making an ad for a microprocessor is not an easy task, not a very sexy thing to sell, but Intel and the agency Venables Bell & Partners, USA had the intelligence to make an ad that is buzzing all around this week.
The film is called “The chase”, and it’s all about… well… a chase… some men chasing a woman with an envelope, but what is interesting here is that it uses all kind of things and programs in the computer to show this chase and what the new processor can do. Continue reading “The Chase – Intel”
Starbucks is turning 40 in march and to celebrate this occasion, the brand decided to change their very well known logo.
Some people already hate the new logo and other people love it. I believe the siren is a bit better drawn and look more friendly but i regret pretty much the absence of typography. Sounds to me like they are taking for granted that their brand is known by all in all countries. Which outside some countries it is not the case.
Mc Donnalds logo for example is known pretty much everywhere because they are pretty much everywhere, but Starbucks i know many places where people still don’t know the brand and if they see just the siren well they may not even know the name of the brand. i know this may seem dumb but i think that it’s important that they put their name somewhere.
You can see below the different logos of the brand and the official video of the presentation. Continue reading “Starbucks new logo”
Diego Mclean made this incredible animation based in the poem “The art of drowning” by Billy Collins.
I love the way it’s been drawn and i think the voice goes well with the poem that is read.
This animation was selected in several festivals (Annency, Sundance film festival, Toronto international film festival and many more.) Continue reading “The art of drowning”