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To put into words what it actually took to made this film happened is very difficult, more with my very deficient written english, so i will be short on words and leave you to watch the movie. Anyways i need to say that it took us over a year since the first pitch in August 2012, when i just sent some illustrations, until Jan 2013 that we got the GO to start producing this spot. Over all this time, we got a lot of ups and downs and literally the project got into the drawer several times. I did a lot of drawings, we developed a lot of ideas, we traveled, we met, we drank, we talked, we sent mails, we did storyboards, we change shots, but always in the best of moods and we are actually sorry that it came to an end, because we wanted to keep on this wave of frames and drawings. Thanks there to the creative team @ Martin, for giving me this chance, i learned stuff, i enjoyed stuff and made some friends on the way. And thanks to my team here because they're awesome and we together sweat the same to work this out. This campaign has more surprises to come over the next months, and i'm happy to be part of something bigger with studios i learned from and i admire a lot. I don't know if you will enjoy this as much as i enjoyed doing it. But we certainly made our best for that to happen! Credits Client Credits: Global Marketing Communication: Jill Baskin Brand Marketing Director: Janda Lukin Agency Credits: Chief Creative Officer: Joe Alexander Group Creative Director: Jorge Calleja Creative Director: David Muhlenfeld Creative Director: Magnus Hierta Senior Art Director: Brig White Planning Director: John Gibson Managing Director: Steve Humble Senior Broadcast Producer: Kathy Lippincott Broadcast Producer: Heather Tanton Broadcast Junior Producer: Caroline Helms Production Company: Studio Animal Director: Martin Allais Producer: Maria Soler Chopo Illustration: Martin Allais Storyboards: Martin Allais Animatic: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Matt Deans Animator: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Pablo Navarro, Dani Alcaraz Tracing and color:Ezequiel Cruz, Macarena Ortega, Eva Puyuelo, Joel Morales Compositing: Santi Justribó Martin Allais Music: Music (performed by): Owl City (Adam Young) Voiceover talent: Owl City (Adam Young) Original Music and Lyrics: David Muhlenfeld (English Major, LLC)+ More details
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Commissioned by Red Bull Media, this is the second of a series of four films which illustrate sport stories. Featuring 90s surfer Rob Bain Follow here: facebook.com/luizstockleranimation CREDITS: Commissioned by Red Bull Media Director: Luiz Stockler Animation: Luiz Stockler, Dana Giurescu Design: Luiz Stockler Interview: Red Bull Media Sound: Ana Roman Production Manager: Rebecca Little Produced by Agile Films More info on the story here: http://www.redbull.com/uk/en/surfing/stories/1331709652873/that-one-time-surviving-a-tsunami-in-indonesia Twitter: twitter.com/luizstockler Behance: behance.net/luizstockler+ More details
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For photos and more videos please visit http://www.mirukim.com/ On the recommendation of Richard Vine (Art in America), I was invited to participate in the Fokus Łódź Biennale 2010 (September 11–October 10) in Łódź, Poland. More than fifty artists around the world were invited to create works along Piotrkowska Street, the main commercial street considered to be the longest boulevard in Europe. One of the main venues along the street was an abandoned concert hall, with a main stage area and many rooms where artists created site-specific installations. In that building I discovered a basement, and staged a performance piece for the opening day of the Biennale. I named it The Mudbath for Thick Skin. The original idea was to do the piece much longer than 6 hours, but the basement was extremely cold, so the physical challenge, which was much beyond the mental one, became a time limitation for health reasons. The mud in the performance was taken from one of smaller local farms, which are now becoming obsolete due to large industrial farms. One could only watch the performance through a peephole on a wooden door that was bolted shut. The main part of my work at the Biennale was a public installation on Piotrkowska Street, on the corner of the very busy intersection with Zielona Street. An image from the series "The Pig That Therefore I Am" was mounted on a commercial lightbox display of 3.75 meters by 2.5 meters. For more information on the Biennale, please visit their website. http://www.biennalelodz.pl/biennale_eng.html+ More details
The concept was to create a commercial using the less co2 emission possible. The whole set was build with recycled material, and all the animation/movement was done using manpower only. Everything you'll see in this movie was created with pre- used materials and objects like milk bottle, tetrapacks, recycle paper, magazines, woods and so on. Agency : DDB Belgium Production company : Latcho Drom Director : Jean-Paul Frenay DOP : Gerd Schelfhout Focus puller : Didier Schokkaert Chief Electrician : Tommy van den Bempt Production Designer : Pierre Renson Set : Beast Animation Make-up : Tinie D'Hondt Online/Grading : Condor Music : Phile Bokken / sonicville Best production design award @ CFP Awards Facebook : facebook.com/jpfrenay+ More details
The Playing with Pigs project is researching the complex relationship we have with domesticated pigs by designing a game. Designing new forms of human-pig interaction can create the opportunity for consumers and pigs to forge new relations as well as to experience the cognitive capabilities of each other. The game is called Pig Chase. For additional background, visit the Playing with Pigs project website: http://www.playingwithpigs.nl+ More details
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The Miserable Thing is a choreography that researches and exposes ideologies, alienation and submissions of the contemporary body. The miserable thing was performed at MELKWEG THEATER GRADUTION FESTIVAL (NL) PUNCH FESTIVAL BELLEVUE THEATER (NL) ITS FESTIVAL CHOREOGRAPHY AWARDS AMSTERDAM (NL) FORUM OF LIVE ARTS AMSTERDAM (NL) UFERHALLEN STUDIONS BERLIN (GE) NEU/NOW FESTIVAL TALLINN (EE) ACT FESTIVAL BILBAO (SP) FESTIVAL QUINZENA DE ALMADA (PT) PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL COPENHAGEN (DK) Choreography, light and sound | Fernando Belfiore Creation and performance | Fernando Belfiore and Antonio Maia Dramaturgical advice | Katarina Bakatsaki http://belfioreword.wordpress.com/photos/2011-the-miserable-thing/ to see the full length \\ https://vimeo.com/36354658 password on demand email@example.com+ More details
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Campaign Agency: Grapa.ws Creative Direction & Script: Grapa.ws Agency PR: Equipo Singular Design & Illustration: OuYeah! Animation producction: OuYeah! & Oscar Gonzalez Animation direction: Salva Regàs Music: Flow Audio Voice: Quim Gutiérrez+ More details
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Novella Carpenter started small, with some plants in an empty lot next to her house in Oakland. A couple of years later, she was tending to a full-blown farm, with goats, turkeys, ducks, pigs, and a robust garden. Her book, Farm City, details her experiences. As does this video, which tackles questions of neighborliness (which is more offensive: police sirens or roosters crowing?), environmental poisons (raised beds are key), and the all-important slaughter question. The answer: Yes, she does (and yes, there is some bloody footage).+ More details
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