http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=1700732&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=00ADEF&fullscreen=1 EepyBird’s Sticky Note experiment from Eepybird on Vimeo. A visual treat that’s much better then it title makes it sound, using over a quarter of a million Sticky Notes! From waterfalls to wheels, all this craziness is made out of nothing but sticky notes — the zigzag pads made for pop-up dispensers. From the… Continue reading Sticky Notes Experiment
Here’s the new Radio 2 promo using the snazzy editing and sound production shown off by Hyperactive / VW Golf. There’s also a new one circulating for Radio 1 (I think) going with the Minilogue / Carphone Warehouse hands moving pictures animation styleee. Keep an eye out for it. Btw I’m not knocking them.. It’s… Continue reading Advertising trends explained… via the BBC Creative Department
http://www.4mations.tv/flvplayer.swf I like this cartoon and there’s some really nice stuff on the site. Now there’s the blurb: Channel 4 have just launched a online channel for animation called 4mations. Backed by Channel 4, Aardman Animations and Lupus Films, this is just the start of the 4mations universe. There’s more about it… and a Flash… Continue reading Life According to Dinosaurs: Facebook
Did that make you stop and think for a minute? There’s something so simple and cunning about it: Last night I watched some actual television, with the commercial breaks and everything. So I saw the new Microsoft ads from CP&B about 14 times over the course of a couple of hours. [Ad frequency in the… Continue reading New Microsoft ads from CP&B
The packaging designs for CS4 are a clear departure from previous versions. This time using an ultra-simple, colour-based system to differentiate product, suites, and versions. It sits somewhere between a Peter Saville / New Order sleeve and the dynamic Dopplr logo. Anyway it’s a big improvement over the horrors of CS3.
I’m off on holiday for a couple of weeks and am in the careful process of choosing the right music for the break. Essential stuff you know. However being the caring sharing type I wanted to point you in the direction of a couple of stonking mixes you need to get for your collection. It’s… Continue reading Musical treats while I’m away
I wanted to cut down on the number of sites I was promoting and saw Russell Davies had signed-up for a Soup account. I took a look and was hooked. The registration is devastatingly well thought through. You customise the look of the site and import all your feeds before it asks you to choose… Continue reading Soup.io – endless Lifestream scrolling
i’ve taken the plunge and signed-up to Dopplr. Matt Jones from Dopplr came in to do a lunchtime session at glue and having seen some of the cool stuff they’re doing with data it was only a matter of time. Dopplr lets you share your future travel plans privately with friends and colleagues. The service… Continue reading Dopplr. Where next?