Head over to the wonderful Nowness website to see an exclusive stop-motion film created by Peter Philips to promote Chanel‘s newest cosmetics and makeup products. Entitled Here Comes The Beauty Pack, the short film is full of great executions and clever ideas using only the simple shapes of the items to form spiders, robots and fierce fashionistas.
Click here to see Here Comes The Beauty Pack.
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Tagged chanel, design, fashion, film, luxury, makeup, stop motion
Meet Dot, she’s the star of the “world’s smallest stop motion film” using the new Nokia N8 camera phone. It’s pretty remarkable to watch, especially in full-screen mode. On another note, I think this would make a fantastic side-scrolling video game as well!
How do you turn a boring retail oriented annual report into something not only engaging, but “buzz-worthy”? SAS, a UK branding agency took the opportunity to showcase Home Retail Group‘s data within a stop-motion, time lapse video using a giant walls of colored boxes. The result has generated interest in HRG far beyond any traditional annual report could ever imagine.
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Tagged annual report, branding, british, Home Retail Group, SAS, stop motion, time lapse, UK, video
Was feeling a little nostalgic yesterday and remembered how much I enjoyed R.E.M.’s Daysleeper video. Directed by the Snorri Brothers, it’s a mix of live action cuts with still images and actually kinda looks like a pre-cursor to Lost In Translation.
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Tagged Daysleeper, languid, music, music video, R.E.M., REM, stop motion, tokyo