A new identity for the web strategy firm Cogent based on the fable the Crow and the Pitcher.
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Philip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” Transformation into Ridley Scott’s Onscreen Cult Hit “Blade Runner” (1982)
With the steady supply of Hollywood films inspired by books, it’s noteworthy to look back at cult hits that have successfully been adapted from novel to silver screen, without spoiling the beauty of their literary form. An example is Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi noir, “Blade Runner,” which despite less than flattering reviews upon release, has only matured with age and is now viewed as an influential building block for science fiction films known and loved today.
[Photo: A scene from "Blade Runner". © Warner Bros Pictures.]
Such a great job! Flash website of Working Element created by agency Hello Monday. We can like or dislike the main character. However, the same performance, the idea, the concept… bravo! More such work Ladies and Gentlemen, I will ask more works like this one…
Rafa Jenn reconstructs iconic imagery, such as Leonardo’s Mona Lisa by implementing rhythmic patterns. See a gallery of his work here.
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Current motion graphic showreel from praz
404 Beach is a collaborative stop-motion animation piece of a wall mural done by Mike Nowland of Company Policy, Carson Ting of Chairman Ting Industries and Tom Pettapiece.
The entire music track was composed and recorded specifically for 404 Beach by Tom Pettapiece.
Title: 404 beach
Artists: Mike Nowland & Carson Ting
Music: Tom Pettapiece
Cameo appearance: Leanna Wilson
Location: 404 Beach, Vancouver, Canada.
What happens when a brave panda bear decides to leave his group and pursue the woman of his dreams? He must dare to be different. This modern courtship with the red head, blue-eyed beauty is best told through the photographs of Ibai Acevedo.
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