This short film aims to highlight the importance of compostable materials with regards to changing the way we package goods in the future.
A nice piece of motion graphics from Moving Colour detailing highlights from the life of Katherine Johnson realised in a quirky cutout style.
Explainer video for Swiss Fin Lab, that promotes their ZOA service. By Explain Ninja.
This video explains how Bitcoin works in 3 minutes. Animated by Duncan Elms
A excerpt from Midway: Plastic Island, a short documentary produced at CNN, designed and animated by Ignacio Osorio.
Opening sequence for a CNN mini-documentary about biometrics created by Ignacio Osorio
Our digital world is being shaped by our physical bodies. Biometrics are fast becoming the new way to identify ourselves and the industry is booming.
Commissioned by the Dutch NGO RNW Media, Change Makers is an animation film about those young women and men who live in fragile or repressive states, usually going through civil unrest and conflict.
These young people often represent the majority of their countrys population, yet they’re ignored and denied crucial information and services.
Some great 3D motion graphics from Feed Me Light
Creative Direction : Feed Me Light
Lead Creatives: Denis Bodart / Olivier Pirard
Supervisor: Olivier Pirard
Storyboarding: Denis Bodart
Previz: Ricardo David
3D Modeling, Animation, Lighting: Olivier Pirard
Mograph: Kris Cook
Compositing: Olivier Pirard
Sound/Music: Stelian Derenne
Working closely with Hot House and Duncan Elms, Robert Grieves designed and animated this exciting animated journey, showcasing what Sydney’s top online marketing agency can offer, mixing a vintage aesthetic into an info graphics environment.
Buenos Aires animation and CG studio KASANA add life to the dry, intricate, but important matter of how Facebook handles intellectual property infringement on their platform.
Nice animation. What kind of green are you?
Produced by Sarah-Grace Mankarious and design by Rafael Mayani. Commissioned by CNN International.
Split screen of graphics and imagery to convey the message.
Colourful and dynamic motion graphics by Donghyun Lee.
Very cute animated film using lots of different techniques & styles. A thought experiment in ethics. Vid for TED Ed & DIRECTED BY Eoin Duffy
This Buck video should come with a saccharine warning, as the music and small american kids talking about puppies does verge on the nauseating, but it’s a nice animation which manages to slickly combine multiple animation looks and live action in the blink of an eye.
The American World Jewish Service work with Gunner to produce this infographic. An illustrative approach mixed with traditional original ideas create a Buck-like feel.
Clim from Sebas & Clim fame has now gone solo and produced this nice infographic for Facebook. It’s wonderfully designed as ever but it’s the seamless integration with CGI and shot photography which sets this infographic away from the others.
Monstro redefine the heavily saturated tech video with an epic galactic painted feel. Data has never felt so orange.
Nexus animator Jacking Cunningham animates the story of Rashida Jones, the actress growing up in California. The film uses flat, front, also isometric angle animation with simple pencil lines and block sun-tinted colours.
Beautiful animated film highlighting the work done by HIAS. Guided by the Jewish historical experience this organisation looks out for the plight of refugees.
Directed and Designed by Moth Collective
Produced by Sovev Media
Complex messages from Sorin for IBM conference.
William Russell directs animated spots for ANA, using lines very cleverly and beautifully constructed. Another lines and dots style film like “Designed by Apple”, it uses flight paths as a concept to make the connections.
Cyril Calgrao directs a simple animated infographic with a nice colour scheme and subtle but thought-out animation to create a cost-effect and pleasant infographic.
Oliver Sin returns with sounds recorded from an evening arranged by the popular online blog ‘It’s Nice That’ in collaboration with HTC. The animations are simple but nicely coloured with a hand drawn edge effect adding interest to the basic shapes.
Using flat colours to create a mix of 3D and 2D with transitions separating it out from a crowded genre of similar films. Screen print texture added to give it that old racing poster feel too.
Impressive animated sequence by young Swiss graduate Guillaume Mégroz, in search of his internship. Flat infographic styles, but with a new colour palette and hand-drawn edge with well-thought out animation give it a fresh approach.
Another nice animation from the New York times series on Modern Love by Stuart Langfield. Simple animated elements connect to a narrative voiceover by pinpointing individual phrases or words to animate. Works well as a simple serious alternative to the infographic.
Nice animation for Siemens.
Nice infographic film from Özgür Atmaca which shows how even graphs and charts can look quite dynamic if well animated.
A cut paper style often seen in still graphics, but rarely animated this way. Technically well made by CHRLX, with a bigger budget than you might imagine. The action is fast and engaging and the duration is to the point.
Nice idea to frame a simple infographic by Animade. Mainly character based, but the divided blocks allow a mix of results.
An explainer video for Mindjet. A typical infographic script, but a character centred twist and clever transitions give it a different feel.
A great little infographic about global real estate
Project Management: Veni Video Vici
Creative Direction / Illustration: Mauco Sosa
Animation: Peter Cobo
For this year’s US Open Tennis tournament, IBM and Ogilvy & Mather invited ‘Buck’ out to Arthur Ashe Stadium to create live video animations using data from the tournament, delivered via Instagram. Using live data meant designing and deploying a custom toolkit and workflow that could shift with the on-court action, delivering responsive data-based animations, rendered and uploaded in minutes.
Lovely animated film from Radley Yeldar and winner of IVCA 2014 awards for best animated film.
Film about the medical condition of Cystic Fibrosis. Using just yellow, black and white in a a hand-drawn way the film transitions throughout different scenarios people and text to describe how the condition affects it’s sufferers.
Animated sequence which is a very stripped down and almost abstract infographic, with echoes of Apple’s “Designed in California” animation. Other versions available to view on Vimeo.
Flat coloured 2D animation but cleverly animated to give a 3D feel. A warm colour scheme and soft shapes give it a welcoming feel.
Infographic about the data, done in a flat geometric style.
Simple. White. Apple. Need we say more?
An isometric style animated short film with glossy plastic texturing which has character moments and infographic moments. Lovely colours and lighting.
Charming infographic using alot of animation to state of the pressures of education in Idaho. A nice mixture of hand drawn animation and transitions give the film a very different look.
Another infographic but with a slightly more illustrative linear feel to it, with lovely transitions. The Voice over provides the facts and the visual is much more abstract.
An infrographic about Live video animations delivered via instagram. The colour palette and condensed font give a very modern look with slick animation.
Communicating the complex system of solar energy feeding into the grid.
A world in red & white espousing the benefits of good (renewable) energy.
More infographics from Binalogue presenting the airline’s demographics.
Nice little infographic animation from Binalogue on the launch of the British Council’s social media strategy pack.
Great little animated piece especially if you denote all the ways the water icon is used