Plasticine Paolo and more nice work

Here’s the latest round-up of goodly work that we’ve spotted in CR Towers recently. First up, a lecherous Paolo Nutini bends to director Corin Hardy’s will in this amusing video for Pencil Full of Lead…

 

Here’s the latest round-up of goodly work that we’ve spotted in CR Towers recently. First up, a lecherous Paolo Nutini bends to director Corin Hardy‘s will in this amusing video for Pencil Full of Lead…

 

Sticking with videos, here’s director Chris Sweeney‘s new one for Marina and The Diamonds track Mowgli’s Road, which demonstrates that a bit of simple paper play can be remarkably effective.

 

Next up is Keith Schofield‘s excellent vid for Justice’s remix of Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule. This one’s been making the rounds for a couple of weeks but is well worth a watch if you’ve missed it.

 

This elegant test film was created by directing team Duckeye for the Rambert Dance Company.

 

Weetabix ad; agency: WCRS; creatives: Dave Day, Larry Seftel; director: Ringan Ledwidge; prod co: Rattling Stick

 

Now for some advertising… Ringan Ledwidge has directed this spot for Weetabix, which feels a little like it comes from a different era of advertising but is fun all the same.

 

In between fighting an increasingly messy court case, Shepard Fairey has been working with Levi’s, who recently invited him to help design a collection of clothing centred around his Obey trademark. To celebrate the collaboration, Fairey posted up billboards of his posters in front of Levi’s Times Square store in New York. The film above shows the installation.

 

Ford Ranger campaign; agency: Ogilvy London; creatives: Andy Wyton, Jason Mendes; illustrator: Mark Thomas; typography: Mark Osbourne

Finally, we end with a new poster campaign for Ford from Ogilvy London, which emphasises the Ford Ranger’s ‘Real Man’ qualities… Two of the three posters in the campaign are shown here.

 

 

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New Yorker cover by Chris Ware

For the latest edition of The New Yorker, comic book artist Chris Ware has sketched a Hallowe’en themed cover that shows a brigade of Trick-or-Treaters chaparoned by their parents. In a nice contemporary take on the subject, each mom and dad is lit by the ghostly glow of an iPhone

The ebb and flow of Paris traffic

As part of its new evening series of Friday Lates, the London Transport Museum is staging Sounds of the Suburbs on 6 November. The multi-sensory event, curated by D-Fuse, will also screen a new short by design studio, FL@33, called 8min20sec. It’s just been uploaded to our Feed section

Ellery’s Theory of Neo-conservative Creationism

Following on from his 2007 project, Works In Brass, artist and graphic designer Jonathan Ellery’s new show features a new set of imagery machined into the surface of solid brass tablets…

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