We partnered with magnificent Israeli Illustrator, Gal Shikedi in developing Virgin Mobile’s new community support platform. Meet “Phoenix”, a multi-tasking, communication maestro. It’s like staring into a mirror to reveal the modern connected phone user, always juggling calls, Facebooking, Blogging and Tweeting. Struck down mid flight by some technical woes, Virgin Mobile’s new community support [...]
Category: film clip
NuBees forms part of a series of near future robot films directed by Mark Simpson. They form part of Sixty40′s independent development efforts, designed to explore techniques and expand our story telling repertoire. This Spring (their Autumn), the Centre for the Promotion of Science in Belgrade, Serbia is hosting their Days of Future: Days of Robotics Festival; an event where students, [...]
Not only did our music video for Africa Hitech’s “Out In The Street” win “Best Story” at the Robot Film Festival in New York, but it continues to be celebrated as a short film in great festivals such as this one. Thanks BBFF for getting behind the short-film-music-video hybrid!
We’ve just finished a series of stop motion idents for TV1 that featured objects coming to life to explore the quintessential Australian summer. The themes were Celebrations (which ticked off christmas and new years and general summer parties), The beach (which was about hot summer days, getting burnt, hot sand, cool water and summer fruit) [...]
Holy Maceroni. Warp records have released our clip for the artist Harmonic 313 onto their main page to hype up the impending release of the amazing sounding single. The album, from which it comes is reviewed thus: ” A head splintering masterpiece” – Dazed & Confused “a brilliant re-wiring of post-rave sonics” - Q 4 **** “Joins [...]
The ringtone inspired a film clip and that film clip has inspired someone, possibly in a strange way, one million times. That deserves an exclamation mark, maybe two. It’s great to read the comments that are left on the youtube page, so check them out here. We really are touching some people out there in [...]
The indubitable Dr. Prawn has released a film clip to welcome in 2009. He combines haunting insights with a groove reminiscent of late night Neil Young sessions.
The cat is fully out of the bag, and hunting children in the park. This photo is from an expose in the Daily Telegraph about the apparent outrage of political correctness that forced Psycho Teddy to turn into the “vanilla” DJ Tedy Z. Best quote of the article from the organisation that promotes fair representation [...]
Matt and Mark present to 2200 people at the Sydney edition of Semi-Permanent. Later Dan and Mark talk and close the Brisbane version. Both times we experienced a great feeling of transient fame. Getting stopped at parties related to the event was strange, but when you got stopped at unrelated parties and drunk people wanted [...]