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 DRU Fabriek, Ulft, the Netherlands and later this year in Tunis, Tunisia.
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 MTVs international network of 63 channels on 8 November 2010, the idents constituted the third phase of MTVs POP x 1000% international refresh, first rolled-out in July 2009, and progressed from expressing human emotions to exploring the senses touch, sight, hearing, smell, taste with the added twist of 55DSLs intriguing 5.5th sense, the less-explored human sense of intuition, featured on a sixth t-shirt.
In identifying the cream of design talent from across the world, MTV and 55DSL engaged the talents of international artists Alex Trochut (touch), Ilovedust (sight), James Roper (hearing), Tei (smell), Yué Wu (taste), and Zeloot (intuition), to each create a t-shirt design inspired by one of the human senses. Each of the t-shirts featured a unique graphic and was created using an innovative method chosen by its designer to represent the sense in their own individual, tongue-in-cheek way.
Taking the creative process one step further, each artist was paired with a motion design studio selected from some of the worlds most innovative and cutting edge studios including Universal Everything, Physalia and Digital District, to turn the original artworks into five unique 30-second short films, each informed by one of the senses.
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 brought JayFunk, the internet Finger Tutting phenomenon to Paris to deliver an incredible and surprising choreography.”
This video from To-Fu motion graphics design in Japan, reminds us of a few (29) ways to stay creative everyday.
Via: D Blog
I tell you, you gotta hand it to the cats who handle T-Mobile’s advertising. It’s truly ground breaking. Here is yet another amazing execution that involves real people interacting with real brands. The result is absolute magic.
One app that has grown from an iPhone hit to a worldwide phenomenon is Rovio Mobile’s Angry Birds. Whether you’re a fan of knocking over pigs and structures by flinging birds, or go berserk when you hear the Angry Birds theme music, you have to admit that the popularity of what was originally a simple iOS game it pretty amazing. Now T-Mobile is capitalizing on Angry Birds fever with a clever YouTube video titled Angry Birds Live.
A human-scaled mockup of the Angry Birds world was created in a square in Barcelona, with lucky participants using the game on a smartphone to launch birds on their castle-smashing journey. It includes authentic sounds effects and exploding pigs, and was obviously popular judging from the size of the crowd that appears.
The ad isn’t iPhone-specific, noting that T-Mobile has the “widest range of smartphones,” but the carrier does sell the iPhone outside of the U.S. and the game got its start on iOS. With that, we present to you Angry Birds Live in all of its glory:
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.
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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 that redevelopment. So I jumped at the chance when Riverlife contacted me to do a series of animations.
This was made with After Effects and SoundForge.