Sneaky little ventures have been popping up all over the place lately, but this one in particular seems to be gaining steam quick, and no doubt why. Super low-key, small but wonderfully delicious merch line popped up over night. Take a peek at the Infinite Now site and add em on the good ol’ Facebook to follow their releases and breaking news.
The advert titled Finger was done by Zig, Toronto advertising agency for VINTA CRACKERS (DARE FOODS company) in Canada. It was released in the October 2009. Business sector is Baking & sweet foods.
Agency: Zig Toronto
Executive Creative Director: Martin Beauvais
Associate Creative Director: Michael Clowater
Art Director: Niall Kelly
Copywriter: Michael Clowater
Copywriter: Peter Gardner
Project Manager: Hayley Schipper
Agency Producer: Anna Tricinci
Director: Jun Diaz
Production Company: Smuggler
Executive Producer: Eva Preger
Executive Producer: Link York
Executive Producer: Patrick Milling Smith
Executive Producer: Brian Carmody
Head Of Production: Rob Burns
Producer: Cindy Marshall
Director of Photography: Adam Marsden
Post FX: Method Studios
Editorial Company: School Editing
Editor: Griff Henderson
Sound Mixing: RMW
Music Director: Ted Rosnick
Sound Designer: Ted Rosnick
Puppet Maker: Legacy Effects
Puppeteer: Carl Finken
Jainai Jeffries is a conceptual artist who specializes in character design.
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Musicians are visual creatures– and this product design by Novation certainly fuses a sexy aesthetic with the need for manual control of digital music. The Novation Launchpad is a grid control system with colored light feedback that is used to control the popular Ableton Live software sequencer. DJ’s, music producers and hobbyists will use this lovely little tool to have a new level of control over their music. The video demonstration at TheCoolist is a must see…
Footage shot over the summer of 2009 mostly in the San Francisco bay area.
No town in the West Bank suffers more restrictions than Qalqilya. The population is surrounded on all four sides by the wall, which separates them from their farmland and source of income. Worse still is the security which accompanies these structures, with dozens of checkpoints policing the town and nearby villages. Many of these serve no purpose at all, closing months after they appear, often in bizarre locations between Arabic villages.