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JKD Collective has undertaken branding and visual design for Japan’s largest jazz festival, Tokyo Jazz, teaming up with Oryel, a design studio run by Art Director Koichi Inoue. The key visual is a collage of typographies such as kanji, katakana and the alphabet mixed in with a variety of jazz-related motifs and gives a sense of the sophistication of present day Tokyo. Given the large scale of the festival, the visuals have been circulated heavily in newspapers and magazines, on the web and…

JKD Collective, a Tokyo based creative studio has undertaken branding and visual design for Japan’s largest jazz festival, Tokyo Jazz, teaming up with Oryel,…

Directed by Keita Onishi  www.onishikeita.com    This music video, "Dynamics of the Subway,is from Haisuinonasa's 1st  Album,   "Animal Bodies," which was released in May, 2012.   itunes↓  http://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/dong-wuno-shen-ti-doubutsunokarada/id525952886  http://www.haisuinonasa.com/    地下鉄の動態/ハイスイノナサのMVです。2012年5月発売1stアルバム「動物の身体」より。      Each note from the instruments is represented by a geometric shape in the animation; while these shapes move in sync with the song, they also…

Each note from the instruments is represented by a geometric shape in the animation; while these shapes move in sync .

Directed By: BUCK Executive Creative Director: Orion Tait Executive Producer: Anne Skopas Creative Director: Daniel Oeffinger, Thomas Schmid Senior Producer: Kevin Hall Production Coordinator: Alexi Yeldezian Design: Ben Langsfeld, Carmel Gatchalian, Daniel Oeffinger, Jaedoo Lee, Ross McCampbell Animation: Chris Guyot, Daniel Oeffinger, Rocio Cogno, Ross McCampbell, Trentity DeWitt Lighting: Bill Dorais, Brice Linane, Fede Reano, Joao Rema Agency: McCann

Directed By: BUCK Executive Creative Director: Orion Tait Executive Producer: Anne Skopas Creative Director: Daniel Oeffinger, Thomas Schmid Senior Producer: Kevin…

JKD Collective has undertaken branding and visual design for Japan’s largest jazz festival, Tokyo Jazz, teaming up with Oryel, a design studio run by Art Director Koichi Inoue. The key visual is a collage of typographies such as kanji, katakana and the alphabet mixed in with a variety of jazz-related motifs and gives a sense of the sophistication of present day Tokyo. Given the large scale of the festival, the visuals have been circulated heavily in newspapers and magazines, on the web and…

JKD Collective, a Tokyo based creative studio has undertaken branding and visual design for Japan’s largest jazz festival, Tokyo Jazz, teaming up with Oryel,…

Directors Colin Hesterly and Matthias Hoegg collaborated to create this stylish film that explores the potential locked with the American Express Preferred Rewards Gold Card. Produced out of Not To Scale HQ in London in close partnership with Ogilvy, the 30” film builds on the graphic style and colour palette of the latest Amex print campaign designed by illustrator Tom Haugomat. It introduces the benefits of the Gold Card in a 2D and 3D animated sequence encompassing different holiday…

Directors Colin Hesterly and Matthias Hoegg collaborated to create this stylish film that explores the potential locked with the American Express Preferred Rewards…

2015 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Beau Lotto Neuroscientist & Founder, Lottolab Apply to attend: www.fost.org  Beau Lotto’s research into perception has shown that we don’t see the real world—just our version of it. It’s a version we’ve evolved to perceive, where shadows, shapes, and even how we understand time are meanings we ascribe to what we’re seeing. Our senses are telling us stories about the world—and we can control those stories to change our perceptions and ourselves.

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Keep Looking – The Life Changing Secret to Reading the Bible on Vimeo

A biologist once told a story about his Harvard professor named Louis Agassiz, who taught him a simple habit to help him see more than he ever dreamed. The lesson he learned is also the secret to lifelong and life-changing Bible reading: keep looking.

SXSW 2015 Gaming Awards: Opening Sequence on Vimeo

This opening video kicks off SXSW’s 2015 Gaming Awards Ceremony. IF’s approach traces the evolution of video gaming from the iconic PONG through modern day titles,…


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