“Blue is the world’s favourite colour”
Moth worked with CNN and Dr. James Fox to produce a film for their Colour Scope series.
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.
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.
Assaf Benharroch illustrates a painterly animated piece, with an imaginative use of lighting and painterly textures.
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.
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 transition movement and animation by Timor Barshtman.
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.
Branding idents for the tv channel with a high female demographic. Shiny things, lipsticks, handbags, all that stuff girls like.
Infographic about environmentalism. Stylized CGI and clever transitional animation create a clear yet lovely backdrop for the information by Uli Henrik Streckenbach.
The White Stripes’ video made of lego bricks.
Nice simple animation for a Nokia video by Punga. Using bold colours and simple flat isometric animation, allow plenty of space for text.
Simple camera movements on a well-lit 3D model provide slick visuals.
Graphical sequence using buzzing numbers to convey telephone hacking and voicemail decoding for Channel 4’s Dispatches.
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Music video using dominos to create the animation, in a kind of modern day pointilism.