First Aid is easy to learn and the Red Cross is trying to encourage Australians to book classes through this illustrated spot featuring band-aid happy women named Betty. Betty loves her Band-Aids but they’re not always the right solution to a problem. (Clearly Betty has problems that can’t be fixed by a Band-Aid.)
I love the simplicity of this spot. It just goes to show that you don’t need a million dollar 3-D animation to sell your ideas.
Creative direction, script and animation by Monkeystack.
Today’s film is an animated short about a the dinner rituals of a French family. The animation is cute and sort of reminds me of The Triplets of Belleville. Maybe because it’s French. Who knows.
This is a graduation project by Charlotte Cambon, Soizic Mouton, Stéphanie Mercier and Marion Roussel.
Friday animated short time! But it’s not a short movie, it’s an animated ad.
I stumbled across this two-minute thirty-second advert, developed by Leagas Delaney in Hamburg. It’s promoting the company Fish & More and their 100% sustainable fishing brand called Followfish.
This extended commercial showcases the problem of global overfishing. It also shows how sustainable fishing can help to turn things around and that it’s not too late to reverse the damage.
This spot is amazing. Not only is the message inspiring, the illustration, done by Veronika Kieneke and animated by Nico Uthe, is mesmerizing.
No wonder it won Gold in Design at the Art Directors Club Europe 2012 Awards.