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Friday, May. 24, 2013
New iPad Ad: Nissan's "Self Healing Paint"
Nissan created what's billed as being a first in the automotive category--a technology called the Self Healing Paint. It basically makes your car scratch proof. It's a special feature only available on very select models targeted at the affluent, tech seeker. TBWA\G1 Paris in partnership with DAN...
Friday, May. 17, 2013
New Trailer: Bethesda Softworks' "Wolfenstein: The New Order"
Psyop and AKQA teamed on this ominous announcement trailer for the game "Wolfenstein: The New Order" (from MachineGames and published by Bethesda Softworks). While the game isn't slated for release until this fall, this teaser trailer is designed to whet appetites by depicting an alternate 1960s' "...
Friday, May. 17, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Aardman Faces Extinction For Durrell
While the dodo bird is extinct, one was brought to life through animation to raise awareness about the worldwide plight of endangered species for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, which was founded in 1959 by author and naturalist Gerald Durrell. Bristol, U.K.-based studio Aardman Animations...
Friday, May. 10, 2013
New Web Video: Dixie Outlet Mall's "Change Room"
Graydon Sheppard of Soft Citizen directed this social media video which shows a would-be sales person at a department store being "helpful" to a customer, taking the pretty clothes she's gathered and directing her to a dressing room. However, upon opening the door, the female store employee pushes...
Friday, May. 3, 2013
New Short: "Beth"
You know a song is a classic when it gets parodied. The legendary KISS ballad "Beth" is no exception. This brand new short film based on the KISS Gold-selling single from their 1976 album Destroyer, is brought to you by director Brian Billow through Anonymous Content , and advertising creative...
Friday, May. 3, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Seattle International Film Festival's "Curious"
A young woman walks through a forest and stops to peer through a tree knothole--within the tree she finds a world of cinema's classic moments, scenes recreated in miniature with 3D models, some of which were computer designed, then made into physical models using a 3D printer, and some sculpted and...
Friday, Apr. 26, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: QuestChat's "Uncle Bob" out of Blammo Worldwide
Curtis Wehrfritz of Untitled Films , Toronto, directed this hot and heavy romantic encounter between a couple in the kitchen. The gal and guy are on their way to an evening of intimacy when in mid-lechery the gent spies a photo attached by magnet to the refrigerator door. "What are you doing with a...
Friday, Apr. 26, 2013
New Initiative: Ad Council's "The Greatest Action Movie Ever" From McCann NY
McCann New York has turned out The Greatest Action Movie Ever ( G.A.M.E ), a kid-targeted film offering fun ways to channel the inner action hero and take steps towards a more active and nutritionally balanced lifestyle. Starring Ryan Ochoa of the Disney XD series Pair of Kings , the first half of...
Friday, Apr. 19, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Legacy's "Rethink Butts" From Psyop
Psyop partnered with The Butler Bros to develop a public service campaign for Legacy and Leave No Trace, which aims to raise awareness, spark discussions, and encourage the general public to think about tobacco trash in a new way. In this spot, the camera pans from left to right, zeroing in on what...
Friday, Apr. 19, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Checkowski Captures The Sound of Silence
This short introduces us to Patrick Boudreault, a linguistics professor from the University of California at Berkeley, who has a most eloquent and insightful voice---which he conveys through sign language (with subtitles for the viewing audience). Speaking with his hands, Boudreault takes us on a...