Brands in Hands
Ad agency Brothers and Sisters has created a rather nice self-promotional film and website – think YouTube in cardboard
The site faithfully recreates the look and feel of YouTube using a hand-drawn aesthetic while a film talks about how things have changed now that we have social media and all that stuff. Have a look here.
Certainly way better than PHD's recent car crash of a film (below) in similar vein: check out the ensuing 'debate' as PHD attempts to defend/justify/apologise for it all here.
Fantastic! we are always fan of the electronic aestetic turned "analogic" , but this is a lot more! ace!
Good to see that the person who built it used a free template / tutorial from Lee Brimelow. I wonder how much they charged for it.
I love a good hybrid. Damn. I sure do.
PS also: Sure wish *I'd* thought of CardboardTube cos that makes me BAHAHAHAHAHA and I do love a good bit of that.
Two brilliant examples of how to get it right and how to get it oh so wrong...thanks for sharing them both.
anyone see the be kind, rewind site?
Neither video says anything new, but one is well judged and the other is a shocker.
i hate child actors. boooo
what are you talking about? one is in horrible, sluggish flash, killed my browser and cpu bandwidth along with it so i couldn't nor want to go back to watching it and the other is still getting exposure as seen on your post here!
REALLY COOL AND CREATIVE DESIGN STYLE !!!
PHD was terrible! what were they thinking!!
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