Birdo Studio from Brazil created an interesting animation on a topical issue – environmental protection. The video is called Escalade, which is Portuguese for “rise”, was one of the winners of Brazil’s Cine Ambiente competition in 2011. Continue reading … Escalade
A Brazilian photo bank “Getty Images” commercial, consists of 853 photos.
Different images from various photo shoots made up a original wordless life story of a man. In the beginning, he meets a girl; they make love and give birth to a child. They age and, unfortunately, he becomes widowed. The man moves on a journey and at the end of his life, suddenly wins in a lottery and becomes rich. The entire story is told in a minute. Meaning the pictures are shown very fast-paced. Continue reading … A Photo Bank Advertisement Showed 853 Photos Per Minute
“The Joy of Books” is a wonderful stop-motion animation in which the books in a small bookshop come alive at night. The animation is by Sean Ohlenkamp and quite a large number of volunteer book wranglers. The fantastic short motion picture is set in Toronto bookshop Type. Books come alive after a shopkeeper leaves for the night, much like the toys in Pixar films spring to life as soon as humans leave the room. Continue reading … The Joy of Books
Dain Fagerholm an illustrator from Seattle animates his pen and marker drawn pictures. Continuing the tradition of cinema graph creation (the so-called photos that “come to life”) of Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg, the artist Dain Fagerholm decided to “breathe life” into his own designs, made by a simple ballpoint pen.
Using GIF animation this illustrator made the cute wonderful monsters and funny creatures move and three dimensional.
Dain Fagerholm’s stereographic drawings are almost like heroes came to life from fairy tale illustrations, ready to jump out of the book at any moment.
This fun video for Graham Coxon’s catchy song “What’ll It Take” is made up of dance video clips sent in by 85 fans from 22 countries. These dance video clips were mashed up with added after effects and graphics in a an animated model throughout the whole video. The video background is shot in the Aldgate area of East London, around Middlesex Street, Petticoat Lane Market and nearby Liverpool Street. A great, beautifully realized concept with a very well fit song.
Tempo found a way to sell their products better. How about telling a story of a persons life through moments you need Tempo the most: is it a date, a runny nose or lunch. Publicis made it simple – blue ink pen and a lot of napkins and great images to make a napkin cartoon. It original and touching.
210 seconds to tell you the history of basically everything. That is quite a task. For such creative people as Carla Veldman, Andrew Wilson, Andrea Nesbitt and friends everything is possible. Scissors, ideas, glue and a lot of paper with camera assistance creates miracles as these. We see the greatest events of history of which we know already from school history lessons. It begins with the Big Bang. Earth and prehistorical animals, people fighting for food, aliens, pyramids, of course the atomic bomb and the first man on the Moon. Enjoy the video.
Words have sounds. previously we presented you the concept on sound switching. Now the story continues with a very talented designer Ji Lee, former art director for Google Creative Labs. This promo-video is a presentation for his new book “Word as Image“. You can find there more than 100 illustrations words becoming image. And remember – words have sounds.
Three different video clips each around 1 minute long are somehow using the principle of Elizabeth Gilbert book “Eat, pray, love”. Only now it is “Eat, learn, move”. In 44 days they have visited 11 countries, took 18 flights, crossed more than 38 thousand miles. They took 2 cameras with them and made a lot of video tapes creating a unique pattern of experiences, emotions, colors.
Tea candles are useful for many ideas because of their specific design. Doesn’t a tea candle remind you of a pixel? The author of this viral idea found out that and placed tea candles in a proper order. Then with a photo camera a stop motion animation was created.
You can see motives of many popular games or pictures on that “Tea Candle Screen”. It is interesting – how many hours did it take to create this stop motion fire animation. Just remember – don’t try this at home for your own safety.