TFP i FremantleMedia Polska rozpoczęły prace nad projektem „MIŚ USZATEK”. Koproducentem projektu jest Studio ORKA, odpowiedzialne za animację oraz post- produkcję. Wideo to efekt naszego developmentu, zostało zrealizowane metodą łączonych technik 3D i ujęć makiety. Autorem scenariusza i pomysłodawcą reaktywacji Misia Uszatka jest Piotr Jasek. Film wyreżyseruje Grzegorz Jonkajtys na co dzień pracujący w San Francisco w Industrial Light & Magic, studiu założonym przez George'a Lucasa. Rozpoczęcie produkcji filmu planowane jest na początek 2017 roku. Projekt współfinansowany jest przez Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej.
TFP and FremantleMedia Poland started the development of Teddy Floppy Ear feature film animation in coproduction with ORKA Studio, responsible for the animation and post production. This video is the effect of this process. It is a combination of 3D animation and shooting a factory mockup in studio. Peter Jasek wrote the script which is based on his original idea. Greg Jonkajtys is the director who works on a daily basis in San Francisco in the Industrial Light & Magic Studio. The production is planned to start at the beginning of 2017. The project has received support from the Polish Film Institute.
A high spec reproduction of the iconic British Rail Corporate Identity Manual, now funding on Kickstarter
Leaves on the lines, the wrong kind of snow, and soggy stale sandwiches never really helped British Rail become a brand that was truly loved by the nation. Yet, in 2011 the readers of Creative Review voted British Rail’s ‘double arrow’ as their sixth favourite logo.
This book will celebrate British Rail’s identity in its entirety – not only its distinctive symbol. With full agreement from the Department of Transport – these iconic manuals initially created in 1965 will be published as a new, high production book.
Foreword by Michael C Place creative director and founder of Build. Introduction by Tony Howard, former head of design at British Rail. Essay from James Green eld, creative director & founder of Koto.
Sagi alter and Reut Elad's graduation film from Bezalel Academy of art & design, Jerusalem 2014.
The film illustrates a day in the life of an Israeli soldier during his service, located in the Palestinian territory. A local boy dressed as a bunny starts a chase that blurs the line between the pursuer and the pursued, between reality and imagination.
HOW A CHANCE DISCOVERY INSPIRED THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARABIC TECHNOLOGY
An arzuhal or petition to the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire dated 1283 a.h. (1865-66 a.d.) came in my possession in 1983. With this document Mühendisoğlu asks, in Ottoman Turkish, permission to use the first valid nesih/naskh typeface ever designed. He explains how he used the handwriting of the kazasker Mustafa İzzet Efendi, şeyh-ül-hattatin (leading calligrapher), to accomplish this historical achievement.
This talk will present a critical analysis of how well Mühendisoğlu reproduced Mustafa İzzet Efendi’s nesih handwriting, and to what extent he gleaned the generic naskh (nesih) script grammar from it. This analysis will be the basis for a detailed critique of Tetterode alias the Amsterdam Type Foundry’s 1910 copy of the original typeface by Mühendisoğlu, by means of a contrastive analysis of the Tetterode typeface with computer-generated generic nesih (using the DecoType Naskh typeface).
In the quest to understand the Middle Eastern perspective on Arabic typography this petition provided an essential clue. From it followed logically that new technology had to be developed, as none of the existing methods were designed to handle actual script practice.