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Archive for February, 2008

Oh, Hello (upgraded from Quickie)

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We originally posted Oh, Hello as a Quickie, but I just had to upgrade it to a full post. The reel intro alone is worth your time.

A little back story: Oh, Hello was founded by Digital Kitchen ex-patriates Dan Brown, Thai Tran and Nathan Barr, who’s also worked at Superfad. Dan and Thai are both creative directors, with Nathan wearing the executive producer hat.

Their portfolio is off to a great start and (at the moment) features a healthy proportion of non-commercial/strange work. (Is that Cody Cobb in the Maiden of Death trailer?) Can’t wait to see where they go from here…

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008 | 4 Comments »

Mixtape Club joins Hornet!

Mixtape Club joins Hornet!

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008 | Comments Off

Dvein for TOCA ME

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The talented guys and gals over at Barcelona based, Dvein created these wonderful titles for the recent TOCA ME design conference.

The TOCA ME crew contacted us to make the opening titles for this year’s event. The theme was “Beyond Surface”, and they wanted to go beyond each of the artists invited to the conference, to know their processes and thoughts. Opening title’s are very type based and we used type to represent each of the artists and go “beyond” them.

Alex Trochut designed a monogram for each of the speakers in the conference and we created a journey going from inside out revealing the monograms as characters of the whole piece.

Check out these behind the scenes shots of the making of; here, here & here

UPDATE: Motionographer is now mirroring this video. The video is also available on Dvein’s site.

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008 | 15 Comments »

Gmail Russia

This is the most elaborate way possible of showing how simple the Gmail interface is (in Russian). I’m not even sure I like it, but I think the commitment it took to pull this off is astounding.

Thanks to Seth Gantman for the tip!

Monday, February 25th, 2008 | 3 Comments »
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