The amazing people over at Tendril worked in close collaboration with the team at creative agency pulled out all the stops to craft this adrenaline-pumping product film showcasing the latest in VIZIO P-series TV PARTNER design and technology. The mandate was to portray a beast of a machine, bursting with pure power and confidence.
Andrew Hawryluk shared the motion design work done for SHOWTIME is an anime short film set in a dystopian cyberpunk setting and an original IP created by Maciej Kuciara. It is a stylistic homage to some of the most iconic Japanese anime of the 1990's.
New week, another abdz. 'Raw Design Inspiration' to kick it off. No theme, absolutely 'raw' inspiration. Being an abdz., inspiration is one of the biggest fuels in my everyday life. Whatever it is for life and work balance, it comes in many shapes and forms. For me, I do appreciate a good surf on Dribbble.
It looks like the holographic style is following me. This time I’d love to share the beautiful editorial design created by Fons Hickmann for Radiologie in Deutschland
I have been following the lockdown rules with my family very respectfully. I know it’s difficult to, who could imagine that we would be doing this since March? I guess this is one of those known unknowns that happen in life. Nonetheless, we still find ways to get out of the house. What makes it easier for me is also the fact that there are beautiful places to go, just 15 minutes from my house.
A couple of days ago, I watched the announcement reveal trailer of the upcoming Far Cry 6, the upcoming first-person shooter game by Ubisoft. Expected to release at the beginning of next year, looking forward to that. Surprisingly enough, I stumbled across the opening title sequence for Far Cry 6, what are the cool odds!
Pes Motion Studio is a creative studio based in Chicago, IL, USA. They have shared their work on the launch campaign for Fandango app in Latin America. As you watch the final result of the video campaign, you can't help to notice its vibrant colours, 3D awesomeness, character design, and of course animations. Nicely done to the entire team!
Our good pal Denise Rashidi released her new book entitled: Daydreaming in Japan. It's not any kind of book, it's a coloring book! This book utilizes her stylish, 'pastel-ish' and detailed illustrations of the hidden backstreets of Japan.
Gabriel Dzieslaw shared one of those branding and visual identity projects that made me jealous because of how awesome it is. It was created for Favilla Studio, a Danish design company exploring sustainable and unique solutions. It has distinguished itself by a playful approach and use of exclusive upcycled materials.
True North is a company designed to help guide potential investors through the property market, based in various geographic locations. They offer professional, unbiased advice, bolstered by complete transparency following an open-book approach. Your interest is True North’s priority and the main goal of their work.
This post is for the fortunate ones out there able to do their job safely at home while our world is uPside down. While we continue to stay optimistic on progress being made we're also going a bit batty, not unlike so many of you. It's time, we decided, for a little home "office" spruce up if we're going to maintain our productivity and sanity for the long haul.
I keep bumping into Danilo Gusmão Silveira work while browsing Behance. It’s funny because I always think to myself, I need to post about him. But for some reason, or just a billion tabs open, that thought gets lost. Not today. Today, after I saw the awesome dune image, done entirely in 3D I went straight to write the post.
Kaan Iscan wanted to create a new brand and visual identity that represented everyone who has been a part of Medina Turgul DDB over the past 25 years. To accomplish this, they gathered the data of over 1700 employees past and present. Some who had worked for only 1 month, some for over 10 years.
Nawaz Alamgir had some down time and wanted to experiment with some motion design and text animations in After Effects, his plan was to mess around and maybe make one or two designs but he kept finding out new styles and methods and just kept making more and more posters..I stopped at 10 posters... but then 20... 25 okay 30 - he mentions.