Another ad in Cravendales recent campaign.
Cravendale have released some really nice little animations for their newest ad campaign. Enjoy!
I wish I had some sort of idea as to why I wanted to blog about this but its been in my drafts for ages. Never mind
Jusitce have released another great video by the same people that did the last advert for Ed Banger records (the label they are signed to). This time round, the artwork is animating on peoples tees as they move around the club. Following along the same lines, the artwork styles is similar but takes place on the front of peoples tees. Nothing but amazing.
The last shot with the guy with the gun on his shirt is genius and a great little interaction.
I’m really liking stop frame animation at the mo and came across a piece of work by PES from a while ago. Theres some really good work over at PES and its definatly worth checking out.
I really like the style of illustrations and use of specific areas of colour. The to do list is a really nice idea.
Well worth a look at… reminds me a lot of another shop Magenta Ink that specialize in expensive cards and the like – all of course hand printed either litho, letter press or screened. Makes me want to go out and make some books and bind stuff.
Incase you haven’t seen this…. utterly amazinly piece of work presumably done in after effects.
Being surrounded by constant talk and drawing of tea cups and cake all the time recently, I was highly excited to find just find Threadless.com (one of my favourite Tee companies) have just set up a new website as part of their lovesthreadless blog called Threadless loves cakes.
The premise is pretty simple: Bake a cake, and decorate it to match your favorite Threadless shirt design:
I like cake. You like cake. Cake cake cake. Bake us a cake of your best interpretation of your absolute favoritest Threadless design. Be crazy creative, if you’re good with cake. Make a straight up decorated design or whatever your take is on certain design elements. Send us a pic (or several, preferred) of your finished creation. Take a few of the process, too. Hell, even if you suck at baking, the absolute worst thing that happens is you eat cake. And that’s probably the best absolute worst thing *ever*.
Anybody who is familiar with the excellent tech and gadget website Engadget may remember a similar idea they have Tech Cakes – certainly worth a look.
You can see a full collection of cakes being made for Threadless on this website http://www.threadcakes.com/. Expect to see some of my favourite ones over the next few days.