Capacity: Cartoon Network Rebrand

LA-based Capacity proved their ability to think big and follow through with their breakthrough NBC rebrand back in 2006. Since then, they’ve been kicking out… Read more

CGSphere relaunches

CGSphere has relaunched. Behold its dazzling array of orbs!

2009 Winter X Games

Superfad combines live-action, 3D, illustration, and stop-motion to create this wicked :30 spot for the 2009 Winter X Games. Music by Black Iris. (Thanks, Morgan… Read more

Blur, Making of Warhammer trailer

Gnomon School hosts Blur Studio’s presentation of The Making of Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning Trailer (hang in there past the first speaker—it gets good)

Visionale Trailer

A group of German students from the University of Applied Sciences in Damstadt created this polished trailer (sorry, couldn’t resist the pun) for the visionale08… Read more

eatdrink Relaunches

eatdrink relaunches with a clean new look and loads of new work, including the opening for the recently released Chance DVD [Credits]

Bastiaan van Rooden: Border

Vancouver Film School student Bastiaan van Rooden put his character animation skills to the test in his short film, “Border,” which required Bastiaan to pump… Read more

Tronic for Oracle

Tronic lends their elegance and sophistication to Oracle for two projects: CONNECT and TOUCH.

Le Havre City

Beautiful transitions in this spot for Le Havre directed by Frédéric Bois of Souris Inc. (Credits)

PepperMelon: Lucchetti

Buenos Aires-based PepperMelon shows off their character animation skills in this series of entertaining adverts for Lucchetti. The characters’ snappy but understated gestures are punctuated… Read more

Lucas Kazakevicius

19 year-old 3D generalist Lucas Kazakevicius raises the bar while working at Santa Motion and Casulo in Brazil

Zeitguised: Peripetics

Every once in a while we get a chance to post something unique, outside of the commercial realm; and this stunning six-act piece by London-based… Read more

BUCK and DixonBaxi for Channel FIVE

BUCK and agency DixonBaxi put out a quirky little spot for the rebrand of UK’s Channel FIVE (Thanks, Vincent!)