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Sunday, September 9, 2012
A few pints of Carlton Draught after a successful heist (really, who does that?) goes horribly wrong in this hilarious television spot from Clemenger BBDO Melbourne. The Guy Ritchie-brand of hijinks are even coupled with a subtle little message about drinking and driving.
Agency: Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Prod. Co.: The Sweet Shop
Director: Steve Ayson
A short film by Kahlil Joseph featuring music from the Flying Lotus album.
Directed By – Kahlil Joseph
Cinematography by – Matthew J. Lloyd
Produced By – Omid Fatemi
Underwater Cameraman / 1st AC – David Edsall
Edited by – Luke Lynch
Steadicam by – Dana Morris
VFX by – Josh Foster @ Synapse FX
Additional FX work by - Andy Curtis
Color by – Sean Coleman @ Company3
Titles by – Stephen Serrato
Styling by – Elizabeth Birkett-Gibbs
Music by – Flying Lotus
Production/Camera Assistant – Marcus Reposar
Location Manager – Big Flip
Watch me jam solo, then use the special interactive player to record your own remix. Go ahead, show me what you got!
This is the first time Old Spice has worked with Vimeo on a campaign. The brand's prior video efforts, including the highly decorated Old Spice "Responses" campaign starring Isaiah Mustafa, have always been housed on YouTube. The Vimeo video is fully embeddable--interactivity and all-- and according to a Wieden & Kennedy spokesperson, was the only platform that could make this experience possible.
You can use your keyboard to control Crews' muscles and record your muscle-powered masterpieces, then share them. What you see here is the pre-recorded version, and you can try out the interactive portion here. Check out thekeyboard cheat sheet so you can move Crews exacty how you want to.
We'll start you off with something that's not on the sheet: "A" is for sausages. And don't dawdle. Crews is an aggressive one, and starts yelling at you to "Play the music or get out!" if you sit around for too long.
Directed by NINJA and Terence Neale
Director Of Photography: Alexis Zabe
Edited by Saki Fokken Bergh at Left
Produced by Zef Filmz in association with Egg Films
Post production by Blade
Titles and special touches by Pushbak
Next Level gear supplied by Panavision and Media Film Service
Filippo on Filippo:
My name is Filippo Minelli, I was born in Italy in 1983 and I like doing things.
I studied Arts at highschool and then got my BFA in ‘Arts and New Media’ by ‘Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera’ in Milan, where I obtained the highest marks. During the Art Academy I mostly learned how to perfectly grill sausages in the classroom along with other talented artists. And even if I don’t eat sausages anymore, thanks to the precious teachings I received I can now grill fish, which I still eat, with the same ability.
I have created Arts in public space by the late 90′s, most of the time branding non-places.
I’m interested in Politics and Geopolitics in particular, though I try not to read daily-news as they prevent from understanding the complexity of issues. This is also the reason why most of my work is composed of ongoing-series rather than single artworks: I consider the complexity and diversity the key to deciphering and portraying reality, investigating in different directions.
I’m interested in the border-areas rather than States, and I’m lucky enough to spend most of my working and free time travelling or documenting myself on various issues. I appreciate the ‘uncertainty’ as it’s synonymous with ‘freedom’, and this approach affects everything I do.
An aunt who raised me when my parents were at work was deaf, this is the probable reason why I’m trained to look for the most simple way to express concepts in the presence and absence of speech. I have always been fascinated by the power of words and language as a replacement to the figurative representation.
Sometimes my works are published by major publishing houses, magazines and newspapers or exhibited in galleries, museums and foundations, but my favorite is being involved into projects or to build them myself.
We produced the Stopmotion-film "Quadratmeterboy" for a Videocontest called Strange-O-Rama. The Contest was hosted by Titus and after one month of voting Quadratmeterboy finished second. If you would like to look behind the scenes, you can watch the Making of Quadratmeterboy here:
and you will find the competing videos from Vans, Iriedaily & Volcom here:
Neil Krug is an American artist based in Los Angeles.
Krug has photographed and art directed campaigns for such bands as
My Chemical Romance, Ratatat, Justice, Devendra Banhart, Ladytron, The Horrors,
Scissor Sisters, Tame Impala, Gonjasufi, First Aid Kit, Onra, Canyons, Sea Wolf,
Juan Atkins, Sinner DC, The Pierces, Dri, and White Flight.
Krug, in a creative collaboration with Joni (Harbeck) Alexander,
founded PULP ART BOOK wherein his photography and commerical work
can be seen in limited edition prints, books, and films.
Krug has exhibited work in Germany, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and
plans to release his upcoming feature film INVISIBLE PYRAMID in 2012.
Terry on Terry:
I'm based in Toronto, Canada and studied at OCAD University. I work with ink, graphite and photoshop. To me art is a multi-faceted thing and I'm currently involved in a number of creative pursuits which include t-shirt design, screenwriting, graphic novels and children's book illustration. A selection of my work can be purchased at Society6 as archival prints, framed prints, stationary cards, iPhone cases and laptop/iPhone skins.
See more work by Terry Fan HERE