Designed by Yui Hamagashira, Will Barras & Shay Hamias (th1ng).
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The poem speaks of the irony of the fact that newspapers warn us about deforestation although they are made of paper themselves.
Orman: The idea was to create different scenes of nature, one leading to another, each time with a little trigger, and without any cut.
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Idea, Animation – Merlin Flügel • Sound Design – Jonatan Schwenk • Music – Felix Krapp.
After School Club is a one-week graphic-design festival that happens once in a year and first started April 2012. Alongside workshops with internationally known designers, the club hosts talks, symposiums and more. Everything will be located in the classrooms which are not used during the semester break. The festival is free of charge and open for all students (Offenbach, Germany).
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Illustration: Incognito • Animation: Roman Vyshivanov • Sound Design: Sergey Maslov.
A short Christmas tale by Eoin Duffy.
Animated Shortfilm by Nino Christen • Animation: Nino Christen & Milan Hofstetter.
On an island, at the edge of the woods, a watchman and his bird live a miserable and isolated life. One day a deceptive chance came up to escape the boredom. But great danger lurks behind it.
“Who’s the biggest fool, the fool or the followers of the fool? The residents of Planet Eleven face this question while running.”
“While reminiscing about times long gone, one of the former residents of Planet Ten has a plan to get back to those heady days. But will his hubris be his undoing?”
This is the tenth & eleventh animation from the ongoing illustration project ‘Illustrated Aliens‘. A new alien illustration is uploaded every day, building up to a monthly illustration of their planet. This planet was created during October & November 2013 by Andy Martin.
We are not robots.
This unusual square box with black dots started to appear all over the city. It was an advertisers way of saying “We want to tell you more but, you have to scan this code first”. It destroyed a layout graphic designers put their passion into. And it confused the people who didn’t know what it was. It wasn’t sexy nor interesting to look at.
The advertisers are slowly realizing the “Let’s just put a QR code on this” boat is sinking and we no longer see those mysterious cubes anymore. However, despite the dying trend, there are plenty of companies who still use it for their marketing campaigns. We decided to let the public and the companies know that the war is over.
QR Code Hunters.