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Design studio IYA and Jack Cunningham’s playful identity system for children’s brand eenymeeny features a pair of colourful characters brought to life with animation
Radio 4 commissioned Scott Coello to create animated versions of the station’s recent diary series titled ‘Life Inside Islamic State’. The animations form part of a wider push by Radio 4 to reach new audiences online using film.
In a bid to move the world of property development away from glossy brochures and dodgy CG renders, Uniform has created an interactive experience for the Greenwich Peninsula regeneration project which offers up an animated, paper-like vision of the entire site.
D&AD’s Next Director Award aims to discover and showcase the next generation of talented directors from around the world. This year’s awards is chaired by Great Guns chairman and exec producer Laura Gregory: we checked in with her about what advice she would give to aspiring directors today, and what she is looking forward to seeing in the entries this year…
Graphic artist Noma Bar’s animated film for NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital uses animation to highlight its pioneering work in using immunotherapy to fight cancer.
Becky & Joe, Aardman, Psyop and more create models of children’s imaginary friends for V&A Museum of Childhood show
For a new exhibition, the V&A Museum of Childhood in London has worked with ad agency AMV BBDO to bring to life a set of imaginary friends, with help from some of the UK’s finest modelmakers…
Building the world’s largest dinosaur: how Hello Charlie created a CG Titanosaur for David Attenborough’s latest documentary
Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur, which aired on BBC One on Sunday, documented the discovery of more than 220 Titanosaur bones on a farm in Argentina. Design studio Hello Charlie created a CG model of the creature for the show, using 3D bone scans, expert illustrations and rare skin samples…