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Honda - South Africa

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Put together by DDB and genius animator Ned Wenlock this animation shows the ultimate journey through Honda’s history and product line. There are easter egg’s scattered through out the piece, such as their steady rise to dominance of the Isle of Man TT, their fellowship with legends like Ayrton Senna as well as imagery of Honda’s iconic founder, Soichiro Honda.

It may take a few viewings to get them all, love the cameo from ASIMO!

Combine all this with a soundtrack from ThePETEBOX for the ultimate in awesomeness.


ballpoint

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Biro artwork by Juan Francisco Casas

Biro artwork by Juan Francisco Casas

Biro artwork by Juan Francisco Casas

They might look like sharp photographs of ordinary people, but the images below are actually ballpoint pen drawings created by artist Juan Francisco Casas.

Casas started experimenting with the ballpoint pen as a joke, just to see if he could draw something so realistic people would think it’s a photo. He began reproducing photos of nights out with his friends, and he liked it so much that he never gave it up.

His work measures up to 10 feet high, takes up to 14 ballpoint pens and up to two weeks to complete, but the final result is absolutely mind blowing.



Where we design

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Where We Design

Where We Design

I love seeing how different design agencies tart up their studio spaces, kind of like how women feel it necessary to take a sneeky tour of your home when they come round.

Check out Pons and Hout, they have pod style work spaces and actual trees growing inside, crazy bastards!

Where We Design is a website that showcases some of the best in the business.


Soulmates

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A lovely little animation to brighten up your day.

Written by Drake Martinet and Illustration and Animation by Emanuele Colombo


Inner Vision

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Design Wars, Inner vision



This is an awesome video of artist iNO in action, truly a talented son-of-a with a paint can or two. Beautifully shot by sectiongraphix.


YumYum

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YumYum Toys

YumYum are finally releasing their awesome 5 piece toy collection in August and for only £60!

They have created this ridiculously good short to promote them, check it out whilst I sofa dive for spare change...



When I grow up!

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When I Grow Up

When I Grow Up

When I Grow Up

When I Grow Up



This is a fantastic animation by Jasmin Lai about a girl who doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up. Imagining many future possibilities and yet feeling unsatisfied so she decides to not worry and just be herself. (at least this is my take on the story.)


210 hours!

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We were checking out a new radio station on itunes in the studio this week, Buzzoutroom.com filled with loads of awesome downbeat breaks, blips and bleeps. On their website I found this video which really had nothing to do with anything except it used a ninja tune track over the top of it, but seriously, give this a watch!

The guy creates a truly fantastic portrait of his dad using dots... a couple of million dots actually and all hand drawn... with one pen. I can't remember the last time i put more than a few hours into a piece of artwork before calling it a day, but 210 hours is some mental dedication.


Red Bull BC One 2011 promo

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Red Bull battle contest

Red Bull battle contest

Red Bull battle contest



Everyone knows of Red Bulls ability to put on an awesome event from the Soap Box Race to the Air Race but did you know they put on break-dancing battles, nope me either.

Hamburg based agency Sehsucht has put together this amazing animation to promote the event with an incredible style and execution.


Lego advertising: Imagine

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Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

Lego advertising campaign - Imagine

This is a series from the Lego campaign: Imagine, created by Jung Von Matt using single column stacks of colored Lego that represent iconic TV characters from our childhood. An extremely simple and clever idea that is executed perfectly... can you "imagine" who they are?
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