Best of Feed #4

It’s time again for a round-up of our favourite projects submitted to Feed on the CR website: the selection this time includes a rather lovely piece of animation for Bombay Bicycle Club, a photography shoot for Pepe Jeans, packaging for Jack Daniels, and more…

It’s time again for a round-up of our favourite projects submitted to Feed on the CR website: the selection this time includes a rather lovely piece of animation for Bombay Bicycle Club, a photography shoot for Pepe Jeans, packaging for Jack Daniels, and more…

First up is this charming film created by director James Henry and Love Commercial production company, to promote Bombay Bicycle Club’s album, So Long, See You Tomorrow. The animation is created in-camera with no post expect the edit and grade (more here).

Photographer Joseph Ford created this striking set of images for Pepe Jeans (more here), which combine Pepe clothing with scenes from London shot from above.

BTL Brands has created this unusual identity project, which is for  fictional hotel The Chatsfield which features in a series of romance titles by publisher Harlequin/Mills & Boon. BTL created an identity, website and the packaging for a number of luxury products to be sent to journalists to promote the series. More on the project is here.

French freelance designer Suleyman Yazki created this series of posters examining breakdancing in prison for his MA project. More can be seen here.

Thomas Fuchs has created a series of striking illustrations for the Wall Street Journal, for a bi-weekly column titled Historically Speaking by Dr Amanda Foreman, which examines parallels between historical figures and contemporary society. More of the work can be found here.

JDO Brand Design and Brown-Forman worked together to design a new set of packaging for Jack Daniels’ ready-to-drink products for the Australian market. More info on the project is here.

More packaging now, this time by Freytag Anderson for a new ale titled 48 Miles Later. The brew is a collaboration between the Brewdog bar chain and the Fyne Ales brewery and its visuals reflect an absract version of the road journey between Glasgow and the shores of Loch Fyne. More info here.

We finish this round-up with an ad campaign for Champs Sports by US agency Translation, which features a group of teenagers taking sport into the wee small hours. Other spots in the series can be viewed here.

If you want to get your work seen by the CR team, just upload it to our Feed section. It costs nothing. Just go here to register. We will be posting regular updates of our favourite work submitted on the CR blog.

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