Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission from Australia tries to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the existence of different types of brutal spots (PSAs), which are screaming for safe driving. They do it quite ruthlessly… they do not disgusted blood, death, pain and tears. It starts a little bit slow, but after that, after each next minute of film, it untwist harder and harder. In the background “Everybody Hurts.” performed by R.E.M. Spot runs on imagination and causes shivers. If you are a driver… watch it! (mandatory-enabled speakers) and try to drive safely during the upcoming Christmas (and after that as well).
A truly inspiring video that explains the story of the Asics in origami. Amazing stuff !!
Check out the video HERE
Our aim this year was to thank your attention, comments and patience with a goal. To make it we made this movie which talks about everything we learned in 43 seconds. Paper, glue, wine and home-made audio. Must-win.
Here is the most amazing stop-motion video I’ve ever seen… “Carroll’s Hangover” by Johannes Gamble and Federico Vitetta
A 3D animated video entitled “Box Animated,” directed by Jordan Clarke and drum performance by Mike Edel. The boxes were handed painted and scanned into the computer, and special effects were done with Matchmoving and Compositing. Enjoy!
Golden Artifact (Final) from Nadia Husain.
Designed, Directed and Animated by Nadia Shireen Husain (Noctuary)
Here is a video showing animated ads projected on the buildings and streets of Santiago de Chile. The company that offers this service is Lumina Motion and they call it “Beamvertising.” The ads look pretty cool.
Daniel Askill’s “We have not decided to die” is a masterpiece of a shortfilm.
If you havent heard this name probably the best way to understand what he’s done is if i tell you that Braun, the company he led for 40 years (from ’55 to ’95) in means of design direction is something like a grandfather of Apple as philosophy and timelessness of produce. (more info in the article)
Gestalten is going to publish a book about Dieter Rams’ work this December. Simulateously they’re having an exhibition of his work at the Design Museum of London. Both are called “Less and More — The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams”.
More info and pics, and a video interview with Dieter Rams after the jump.
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