venerdì 11 settembre 2015

Animation of the day. ANL #1 by Nathan Love

ANL #1 from Nathan Love on Vimeo.
via motionographer.com

giovedì 10 settembre 2015

Smart ad of the day. Quitbit - The Art of Saying Goodbye


Mount Pleasant Group introduces a new wearable device - a technological breakthrough that will revolutionize how we measure our health and how we plan our final goodbye.
Client: Mount Pleasant Group
Assistant Vice-President Marketing: Rick Cowan
Manager, Advertising and Analytics: Winnie Chareunsouk
Project: Quitbit
Advertising Agency: Union Advertising Canada LP
Executive Creative Director: Lance Martin         
Associate Creative Directors: Glen D'Souza, Mike Takasaki
Art Director: Glen D'Souza
Copywriter: Sean Butler
Designers: Emmanuel Obayemi, Matt Stubbings, Adrian Stiegler
Agency Producers: Grace Lee, Julie Riley, Gregg Vertes
Group Account Director: Vikki Thorpe
Account Supervisor: Andre Riolo
Planners: Melissa Boyd, Michelle Campbell
Director of User Experience: Eric Sorensen
Front-End Developer: Brock Beldham
Back-End Developer: Keshav Vohra
Quality Assurance Technologist: Jeffrey de Asis
Production Company: Steam Films
Director: Matt Atkinson
Director of Photography: Brendan Steacy
Line Producer: Christopher Sherk
Editor: Aaron Dark, School Editing
Post Production: Naveen Srivastava, The Vanity
Colourist: Andrew Exworth, The Vanity
Sound Design/Music: Thomas Neuspiel, Keen Music

Animation of the day. O2 - Make Them Giants. England Rugby Animation #WearTheRose




It’s a fact that in top level sport, the power of support can be the difference between victory and defeat. This year, you can be that difference. Your support can make the England team bigger and stronger than ever before.

So show it. Wear it. Share it. Make them giants. Wear The Rose. Find out more: http://o2.uk/weartherose.
Agency VCCP 

martedì 8 settembre 2015

Game ad of the day. Forza Motorsport 6 - Starring FORD GT


Agency Twofifteen McCann

Animal Spot of the day. Blue Cross - I Will Survive


Hi, I'm Baxter! My last owner didn’t love me and I knew I just had to get outta there. At first I was afraid, I was petrified. Kept thinking I could never live without him by my side… Ahem, you know the rest.

That lot at Blue Cross are a really decent bunch. They took me in when I was on a bit of a sticky wicket, looked after me, and found me a fantastic family.

My new owners are amazing – they love me and we have a right laugh. But the ending isn't as happy for all pets as it was for me. There are so many lonely pets who need your help.

Find out more about my story https://www.bluecross.org.uk/baxter

And here's a bit more about Blue Cross

Sick, injured and homeless pets have relied on us since 1897. Abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured, pets turn to us for help every year. Our doors are always open to them, and with your support, they always will be.