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Adobe CMO Stats

The bevy of elegant and sometimes surprising transitions that pepper this explainer video for Adobe never upstage the real star of the video: the red… Read more
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Elements of Design

Matt Greenwood’s buttery smooth “Elements of Design” is a high-speed buffet of some key concepts behind motion graphic design. I’d love to try it as… Read more
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Canal+ Spain Rebrand

Building on the off-air visual branding system created by Erretres, Argentina-based Plenty crafted the Canal+ on-air rebrand for agency D3. Everything moves to the rhythm… Read more
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CONNECTION: MADinSpain Title Sequence

Full of unexpected moments and playful imagery, “CONNECTION” is a fresh take on conference title sequences created by the immensely talented Sebas & Clim (Hornet)… Read more
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Gretel: IFC Rebrand

We dive deep with Gretel's Ryan Moore into the process behind the IFC rebrand.
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Plenty: Fox Life Package

Sharp package for Fox Life anchored in solid graphic design from Plenty. Tip o’ the hat to Chris DiNicholas!
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Buck: IBM Datagrams Showcase

Lovely collection of “datagrams” created for IBM and the US Open. Created by Buck. Audio by Cypher Audio.
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Roger: Videophonic 2013

Shiny work from Roger! A fully animated video for Creedence Clewater Revival’s “Lookin Out My Door,” for this year’s PROMAX BDA Session “Videophonics.”
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Buck: Designed by Apple

Elegant typography and buttery smooth animation from Buck make this spot for Apple a memorable, classy experience.
90degrees

It’s not secret that I am a huge fan of 90 Degrees West. Based in St Louis, this groups of creatives has been producing consistently… Read more
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Cauboyz: Husbands “Dream”

Typography crazy Cauboyz create this sweet, simple music video for Husbands “Dream“. Plus epic wiring in the Making Of.
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Greg Herman: Bridges

Greg Herman creates “Bridges,” an atmospheric short inspired by a quote from Sir Issac Newton.