Pearson English: “One”
Although the script is a bit on the dry side, this explainer video from Territory kept my attention with its whimsical cel work and cheerful… Read more
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
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
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
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
Gretel: IFC Rebrand
We dive deep with Gretel's Ryan Moore into the process behind the IFC rebrand.
Giant Ant: Men’s Health Magazine “How a Protein Becomes a Muscle”
Follow ingenious peptides through a visual essay explaining how muscle mass is created in the human body. Illustrations by the inimitable Mike McQuade, directed by… Read more
The 86th Academy Awards: Nominee Posters
Gorgeous typography and design in the 86th Academy Awards Nominee Posters from Henry Hobson and The Mill+. See them all on The Mill+ blog.
Ender’s Game motion graphics reel
The Ender’s Game motion graphics reels is every bit as epic as you’d expect. Lead Graphics Designer Ash Thorp and Lead Motion Graphics Artist Jayse… Read more
2Veinte’s latest reel brims with bold typography
Come for the type, stay for the reel. 2veinte’s 2014 reel is bursting with bold colors and typographic play.
Plenty: Fox Life Package
Sharp package for Fox Life anchored in solid graphic design from Plenty. Tip o’ the hat to Chris DiNicholas!
Buck: IBM Datagrams Showcase
Lovely collection of “datagrams” created for IBM and the US Open. Created by Buck. Audio by Cypher Audio.
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.”
Buck: Designed by Apple
Elegant typography and buttery smooth animation from Buck make this spot for Apple a memorable, classy experience.
IAAH (Nessim Higson) 2013 Reel
Mesmerizing editing and wonderful typography in the latest reel from IAAH (Nessim Higson).
Bradley G Munkowitz: Oblivion Screen Graphics
Joseph Kosinski’s latest feature, Oblivion, releases today in the US, and with it comes an impressive onslaught of screen graphics directed by Bradley “Gmunk” Munkowitz.… Read more
Danny Yount: Semi-Permanent Portland 2013 Titles
New piece from one of my favourite motion designers of all time, Danny Yount. SEMI-PERMANENT 2013 TITLES from Danny Yount on Vimeo. Thanks for the… Read more
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
Cauboyz: Husbands “Dream”
Typography crazy Cauboyz create this sweet, simple music video for Husbands “Dream“. Plus epic wiring in the Making Of.
Justin Leibow: Conference Calls
Justin Leibow’s “Conference Calls” is equal parts poetic and maddening.
Greg Herman: Bridges
Greg Herman creates “Bridges,” an atmospheric short inspired by a quote from Sir Issac Newton.
Carlo Vega: Yasiin Bey “N*****s In Poorest” (NSFW)
Carlo Vega‘s latest personal project is an unofficial music video for Yasiin Bey’s N*****s In Poorest. The song is Yassin Bey’s (formerly known as Mos… Read more
Danny Cooke’s “Upside Down, Left to Right: A Letterpress Film”
Filmmaker Danny Cooke has documented the dying art of letterpress in a short film titled Upside Down, Left to Right: A Letterpress Film.
Bill Maher’s ‘Irritable Bowl Syndrome’ by Fraser Davidson
Earlier this week, we posted Fraser Davidson’s slick, type-driven animation, Irritable Bowl Syndrome: an infographic piece inspired by a cutting excerpt taken from Bill Maher’s… Read more