Sharing is good Oreo has launched an vector animated campaign to spread the good will allegedly induced by its famous cookies, imaging their powers of turning fairytale monsters into peaceful and fun-loving friends. Created by The Martin Agency, Wonderfilled includes two animated commercials (the 30-second by design agency Royale, and the 90-second by director Martin [...]
Watch this stunning animation by director Ned Wenlock reveal itself to you. So clever and simple with a dash of magic. A real crowd pleaser with the Vectorvault Community.
Imagine you could just invent your own species? Well,David Luepschen has decided to do just that with his new animated short Haerskogen. Take a break. Take a walk through the woods with some lovely vector based animation. Artist’s website Source: NOTCOT
This promo video for Kevin Dart and Elizabeth Ito’s new book/DVD, “Looks that Kill” is a chic and stylish treat for the eyes. At the heart of it is 1960′s spy girl Yuki 7, and her secret agent counterparts, the Gadget Girls. Pre-order yours today! For your eyes only (Sorry, I couldn’t resist):
The age we live in is like no other before it. We have placed our trust in technology to run virtually every aspect of our lives. We take for granted the illusion of safety that we have created, even in an age where fear has become a marketable product. Information can also empower the individual. [...]
Check out the latest Bacardi commercial from director Johnny Kelly. A great little spot that combines some vector animation in just the right amount. Cute.
Artis babyboom from Dawn Amsterdam on Vimeo. In a world of viral videos and pushy ad campaigns, it’s nice to see a clever approach like this to really get imaginations stirring. Wonderfully done. To celebrate the baby boom in Amsterdam zoo Artis, ad agency Dawn came up with outdoor stickers inspired by the car-window-stickers. Since [...]
This cute short was animated by This Is BD from a series of illustrations by Paul Oakley for The Screening Rooms.
Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases This animation is related to the wall we made for 8goals8walls. 8goals-8walls is a international art project in which the eight MDGs are central. This art project is financially supported by NCDO. The exhibition will take place from May 15 to June 17 in front of the [...]
Lead Creative Direction: MTV World Design Studio, Milano Artist/Director: James Roper/Manchester, England & Universal Everything Motion Studio & Production: Universal Everything/Sheffield, England Audio: Simon Pyke/Freefarm MTV Networks International (MTVNI) and leading streetwear label 55DSL launched their first-ever creative collaboration with five brand new MTV on-air idents and six bespoke t-shirt designs. Launched across MTV’s international [...]
Ever since I saw Minority report, I knew that interface design was going to be the next frontier. I just never imagined that it would become such an expressive art form. Look out now! The future – she is a ‘comin. “Finger Tutting for Samsung. For the launch of the Galaxy SII in France, Samsung [...]
This video from To-Fu motion graphics design in Japan, reminds us of a few (29) ways to stay creative everyday. Via: D Blog
California – Mike Roush is an animator living in Southern California with his dog Riley. He’s a talented son of a gun with a a flare for character design. MusicBox from mike roush on Vimeo. “This is a short I did for 5 second day at Titmouse inc. Justin Ridge did the music and I [...]
This is a series done for Riverlife, a nonprofit advocacy/guiding group for the redevelopment of the riverfronts in Pittsburgh. I live about 6 blocks from one of those rivers and in the evening, spring through fall, you can often find the wife and I taking long walks along the riverfront trails that are part of [...]
FITC, the Design & Technology events company celebrated their 10th annual flagship event in Toronto this year and MK12 produced a short title film for the occasion. The FITC Toronto 2011 festival took place May 2nd-4th 2011 with over 1100 attendees and featured over 75 design & technology presenters including MK12’s own Ben Radatz and [...]
For a school assignment, Tomas Nilsson decided to create this animation of the story of the Little Red Riding Hood in an infograph. Even without the words, it’s easy to follow along. And unlike the boring paperback you can also absorb a wealth of information and statistics from this childhood classic. Efficient and enjoyable: Source: [...]
Here is a little Easter treat from your pals the happy tree friends. It’s a triple threat: festive, cute and oh so violent. Enjoy. WARNING: Although this looks cute. It’s not intended for young children. Play it and see why.
Meet Buck from TeamCerf on Vimeo. Denis Bouyer, Yann De Preval, Vincent E Sousa and Laurent Monneron of TeamCerf have created this charming video that invites you to “Meet Buck”. Watch as a relaxing afternoon goes south for this interesting deer. The texture of this little world is incredible. It’s hard not to fall head [...]
Unless you’ve been living under a rock fro the past 50 years, you know that The Beatles are one of the most influential rock bands in the world. Even today, their music seems to strike a chord worldwide. So it’s no wonder that it was not long before the video game world took notice. This [...]
This vector hummer illustration contains all 4 sides of the vehicle.
This vector truck cab is royalty-free and completely editable.
Here is a fantastic video on the progression of information technology, researched by Karl Fisch, Scott McLeod, and Jeff Brenma. Not only is this an interesting way to present information, the content is mind-boggling. If you like this, you’ll also find these interesting I’m sure: IRAN – A NATION OF BLOGGERS LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD [...]
Some of you are still a bit confused about the difference between raster images and vector images. You can read more about vector art here. PhotoshopTalent.com has put out a video that breaks it down for you. They offer great services. Check them out.
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