Wishing one and all a very blessed Christmas! May your holidays be filled with peace and joy, whether you are with loved ones, or simply chilling and enjoying some much needed alone-time.
Every creative artist’s dream is to work for a client or agency who trusts in their talent and taste, who respects their professional judgement, and of course, pays on time.
We’ve heard it a said a million times: Form follows Function. Beauty on its own—style without substance—simply does not last. Find out what we’ve learned about design from… a tissue box!
We’re so honoured to be invited to participate in this exhibition, co-hosted by Korea Ensemble of Contemporary Design Association, Japan Chubu Creators Club, Shenzhen Design Association, Taiwan Poster Design Association and Macau Designers Association.
We’re celebrating our 10th anniversary with a brand new website.
With all the great fun we had since our very first Android app icon design project, we’ve longed for a chance to make one for our favorite platform, iOS.
We’re thrilled to be able to work on another TV commercial for Darlie. In comparison to our first project for Darlie, this time it’s 15 seconds of full-on 3d animation.
Here’s an effects sequence of the fantasy genre. Building a real physical set for this would not be cost-effective or efficient.
Sometimes, an actual physical product just doesn’t look good when photographed. Case in point: These fine, intricately woven electrical cables.
Imagine a product commercial shot in Taiwan with a beautiful celebrity holding up the packaging… all in Chinese. Now, imagine having to air this commercial on an English channel, with no way to reshoot the footage using the English packaging. Oops.
“Dine With Alice – A Delightful Blend Of Faith And Flavour” is one of our latest projects and we are so proud to have been a part of it.
We recently had the opportunity to create a brand identity for an Android app named iGuard. It essentially has the same functionality as ‘Find My iPhone’ for iPhone, which meant that its visual message would be similar, but with the challenge of making it unique to the brand.