Leading local trend analysis company, Flux Trends, needed swanky conference collateral for their Trends Review Conference. Nicework took on the challenge, and came up with a simple, smart and relevant solution. Check it out…
You can see the full case study here to see how we went about tackling this brief.
Busy week ahead of you? Here’s a selection of great one-second micro films from by London-based animation studio Animade‘s new Vimeo channel Full Secs. Each piece consists of a title card, often baring a double entendre or some other form of wordplay, followed by a single second’s worth of animation demonstrating the idea, and then the end slate. It’s remarkable what wit and humour can be conveyed in just one second.
This wonderfully executed animated short by Damian Nemov is really thought-provoking and well worth a watch. Or two or three, if you want to really appreciate the sheer level of detail in the texturing and animation. Not one for the kiddies, though.
Blu is the pseudonym of an Italian street artist who has been creating artworks for the last 13 years. His works interpret the architectural language of public spaces and reinvent them as dynamic canvases.
Something in MUTO, this video, is reminiscent of Kentridge’s charcoal animations of Soho Eckstein. Or maybe it’s just me.
Look at these amazing 4 seecond animations by Animator and Director – Fraser Davidson, Actor and Writer – Dan Jones and Producer – Matthew Harvey. They can achieve a lot in 4 seconds and it is always funny!
They are a fun take on the A to Z of London.
We are keen on making ‘n A tot Z van Johannesburg…
Matthew DiVito is a young motion graphic designer. He is also the exceptionally talented man behind mr. div, the Tumblr featuring these hypnotic GIFs. DiVito began experimenting with GIFs in 2011 to practice his Cinema 4D skills. You can read more about this GIFted wonder boy in this article.
mr. div’s futuristic cyber aesthetic is both mesmerizing and haunting; there is something deeply unsettling about these beautiful GIFs. A far cry from meme-type GIFs, these are GIFs of art.