Sunday, September 30, 2012

Polynoid - Made / Future Self

MADE / FUTURE SELF from Polynoid on Vimeo.
Agency Dirk & Philip asked Polynoid to help with an invitation movie for the FUTURE SELF exhibition at MADE.

more at:

Year: 2012
Client: MADE
Agency: Dirk & Philip
Production company: Polynoid / Lovestone Films
Directon / Art Direction / Animation: Polynoid
CG Artists: Heiko Schneck, Jan Bitzer, Tom Weber, Fabian Pross, Csaba Letay, Ilija Brunck
Music: World Gang
Sounddesign: Echolab

Red Giant - Plot Device

Plot Device from Red Giant on Vimeo.

A young filmmaker obtains a mysterious device that unleashes the full force of cinema on his front lawn.

Created using Magic Bullet Suite 11. Learn more at

Watch the "Behind the Scenes" documentary at:

Lawrence Bourke - A Sure Moment

A Sure Moment from Lawrence Bourke on Vimeo.
Short film by Lawrence Bourke. Starring Jonny Purchase & Laetitia de Lafore

Synopsis: "A french photography student is wandering around a foreign town looking for something to photograph."

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Facebook QR Code, Menlo Park

Facebook staff have painted a giant 42-foot QR code on the roof of the building at their Menlo Park, California campus.

"Hack yeah! I’d like to paint a gigantic QR code somewhere so we can RickRoll online maps, or point people to our careers site, or send them to a ‘Clarissa Explains it All’ GeoCities Page,” Pike wrote in a Facebook post that became the catalyst for a late-night rooftop painting session.

"The next time you zoom in on Facebook from a satellite map or find yourself flying into SFO, take a close look at our roof,” Pike said. "We can’t promise you wont be Rick Rolled, but we can promise something cool."

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Numberphile - Pi

Happy Pi Day!

Some stuff about Pi, the "celebrity number'. This video features maths-loving author Alex Bellos ( and Professor Roger Bowley from the University of Nottingham.

Alex's brilliant book can be found at...

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os by Brady Haran

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Adam Voorhes - Caesars Campaign

Creative director Mike Ferrer at GSD&M comped up this whole campaign. He wanted to make the Caesars logo out of various objects. Each object represented an aspect of their brand; Celebrity chefs, shopping, spas, etc, and their iconic laurel. 

After Mike finished having his brilliant idea, he was struck with a dilemma; how on earth would he pull this off? He wanted it to look real. That’s something objects just layered in Photoshop aren’t going to achieve. And something only a select few, very expensive, very busy CGI artists can pull off…. So?
Art buyer Shannon McMillan to save the day! When this landed on her desk she knew; Adam and Robin. Are they brilliant CGI artists? No. Can they line up some knives to form a logo AND light the heck out of those knives? Damn right they can!
Creative Director: Mike Ferrer; Copy Writer: Mark Bielik; Art Buyer: Shannon McMillan; Photographer: Adam Voorhes.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Matt Wiebe - Cash Out // iPad App

Matt Wiebe:
"A little promo for my friends iPad app being used at my other friends coffee shop.
Big thanks to the guys at Handcraft Creative for help with filming and graphics as well as Nils and the rest of the people are Parlour Coffee for their patience with us that day."

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Flying People in New York City

Three human shaped RC planes were flown around New York City to create the illusion of people flying. Lots of fun.

The music track is "Unstoppable 2" by Tom Quick. Get it here:

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Monday, January 23, 2012

iPad Textbooks

Textbooks on iPad go way beyond the printed page. See how they bring learning material to life with video, audio, interactivity, and more.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Samsung Flexible AMOLED

Rodrigo Blaas - Alma

Written and Directed by: Rodrigo Blaas
Produced by: Cecile Hokes
Music: Mastretta
Art Director: Alfonso Blaas
Lighting Supervisor: Jonatan Catalán
Character Technical Supervisor: Jaime Maestro
Character Design: Bolhem Bouchiba, Carlos Grangel,
Sergio Pablos, Santi AgustĂ­
Animation: Daniel Peixe, ManueBover, Remi Hueso
Sound Design: Tom Myers and David Hughes
Post Production Coordinator: David Heras
Special Thanks: Keytoon, Next Limit, UserT38

Full credits:

Maverick | Project X

The Maverick Slackline Team | Project X

Film Edit by D2

Music: Skrillex - Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites

As Skateboarders and Surfers Maverick started slacklining as a fun way to improve our balance but very quickly it has become firmly ingrained in their culture and lifestyle. Slacklining seems to all intents and purposes a relative of tightrope walking and if you think you had seen it all when it comes to that you may want to think again.

This is like tightrope walking in synchronicity but with a whole lot of bouncing thrown in for good measure!

The Maverick Slackline Team are gaining a quite considerable following in the UK – for obvious reasons – and have recently appeared on the TV show Live ‘N’ Deadly. You can learn more about them and their slacklining adventures at their website.