There is an art in movie title sequences. Today, motion pictures rely on typography and image to set the tone for the story about to unfold. This collection of opening movie title sequences remind you of some of the better ones in modern cinema today.
AKBANK / Atm Reklam Filmi | Commercial from KALA FILM on Vimeo. Since A Scanner Darkly came onto the scene, rotoscope technology has become a very popular vector animation technique. Probably because it meets reality and art right in the middle somewhere. Although this commercial is not in english, it still communicates it’s universal message [...]
Toronto, “Legend Of The Golden Egg Warrior” from the geniuses at Crush. Enjoy:
We take for granted our most precious resource. This informative animation highlights some of the dangers that people encounter every day around the world in search of clean drinking water. Think about this video the next time you leave the tap running while you’re brushing your teeth. Learn more: charitywater
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 [...]
- Israel Wanna take a step into my time machine boys and girls? This little gem from Dj Lonewolf of (Disc12 fame) really got me off to a great start today. TAT Technologies gives us a peek into some stunning user interface concepts for the year 2014. Sure, it’s not jet packs and transporter pads, [...]
Shannon Tindle is one of the many artists behind the movie Coraline. Here are some of here character renderings, and if you have seen this stop-action masterpiece already, you’ll see that her vision was truly captured. Click to enlarge: I loved this movie. So much so, that I have watched it several times over. See [...]
MTV Hits / Pop x 1000% Idents from Universal Everything on Vimeo. Fact: Modern pop music blows. The end. However, this little animation series created by Universal Everything is just about as terrific as it gets. It’s so much fun to listen to and watch. Enjoy.
Logorama is an Oscar-nominated short film (2009) by François Alaux and Herve de Crecy where logos have taken on a whole new personality. This is a fantastic little story with some adult language (you have been warned). Hope that you dig this as much as I do: Klik hier om het video filmpje te bekijken [...]
Chris Ware has developed this charming little animation set in an elementary school. It has a really cute story line and the character design is very easy on the eyes. I really enjoyed the narration as well. I hope that you dig it too. Source: BoingBoing
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 [...]
One of my all time favourite movies is “First Blood” (Starring Sir Sylvester Stallone). This movie was such a smash that it spawned 3 more (all dreadful and violent war flicks). Once again, Hollywood took something that was good and beat it into the ground until it became a pop culture joke. Unlike the Rambo [...]
This is an incredible animation that needs to be watched all the way through. There is a tremendous amount of detail put into simplifying the inner workings of the human body. It actually makes things much easier to understand. In 1926, Fritz Kahn created the poster “Man As Industrial Palace.” as was appropriate for the [...]
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.
The art of the business card is a special thing. Some do it well. Others do it extraordinarily well. Naldz Graphics has put together a great list of stupendous examples to make your business card look like it needs an overhaul. Get inspired. If you like this you may also enjoy this: 50 OF THE [...]
Danny Kass signed the new collection Nike Snowboarding 2009, with trademark psychedelic illustrations by Arbito. The illustrations are on boot Zoom Force 1, the T-shirts and hoodie, and in the animated commercial for the Danny Kass ZF1 Boot. I’m not so sure if The Beatles would approve, but they certainly have our attention. Arbuto’s style is unmistakeable. [...]
Japan – Tokyo Plastic has release 2 incredible short films. The Praying Machine and The Electric Koi. Do yourself a favor and watch both. In addition to some of the most incredibly life-like digital vector animation, there are wonderful human touches that pull you into both stories. Japan has undoubtably shaped the landscape of modern [...]
There have been many rumors about Facebook floating around over the last few years. Some believe that it has a sinister motivation while others look at it as a true internet success story. There is no doubt that it has reshaped the way we communicate with each other. How many friends do you have that [...]
On January 22nd, 1984, Apple Computer announced the January 24th arrival of its Macintosh computer with a clever ad during Super Bowl XVIII’s third quarter. Last week marked the 25th anniversary of the memorable ad. Source: Neatorama
Montreal, Canada – 123Klan is a creative studio founded in France in 1992 by Mrs klor and Scien who are currently based in Montréal, specializing in new strategies and tendencies. They offer creative consulting, art direction, branding, illustration, toy design, character design, and conferences. They also do graffiti, drink alcohol, smoke ganja, sell drugs, knives, [...]
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