Sixty40’s BMX London Olympics animation (introducing this sport as an inclusion for the first time) has just been announced as a finalist in the ASTRA Industry Excellence Awards. This humorous Infographic joins our other series of Foxtel Olympic animations that are circulating the awards scene with our 2010 Winter Olympics spots winning 3 x International [...]
Category: motion graphics
This is a first for Sixty40. Phoenix has risen once more, this time taking physical form. Our friends at One Green Bean had the character made and sent over. He will forever live on our awards table, sitting as an honourary statue of awesomeness. If you missed the video, check out Phoenix’s best work here.
Sixty40 were asked by The Works to create a character based TV and print campaign, about Fortunate Frank: a happy-go-lucky traveller who unlike the rest of us doesn’t need travel insurance. Starting with still images for print and online we developed a character and style which took inspiration from Mr Bean and vintage Paddington Bear [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
A lovely info-graphic about cocktails. This might not be the clearest way to present information on cocktails, but it is a good example of how beautiful design can entice the reader into decoding a visual challenge. Also of note is how pleasurable that decoding and discovery can be.
This guy seems to have grasped a fundamental in awesomeness: take an error and make it a feature. But seriously, the internet is eating this shit up. 500k views in 2 days (spread between his youtube and vimeo streams). Silly walks, convincing comping, the future of attracting eyeballs?
Well the results are in and Sixty40 came out as a finalist alongside Iloura and Mighty Nice in the Animation Category for Australian Creative’s 2010 Hotshop Awards. Check out the full results in the April issue. XYZ took out top honours for Animation, and we are proud to rank amongst such top competition. Congrats to all [...]
Launching this year’s Proto Ninja award tonight. The site needs to be updated which will happen asap, but in the meantime we will be having a screening of the latest clip from last year’s winner, The talented Guy Verge Wallace, up at the World Bar. Please stay tuned here for this year’s Proto Ninja Comp [...]
just did an interview for graphica real. Hard-hitting facts from Matt and surrealistic musings from Mark. It’s a great read…
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.
Sixty40 is helping judge this competition for iRiver. Apparently one submits ones animation/motion graphics or song and if one wins, one gets to be the official video of their new player plus tour the country in one’s own balloon. Or something. Check out their site to find out what exactly is going on. Some time [...]
We were at the shoot for a new show we’re doing the show packaging and identity for Disney’s “Alpha Breaks”. It’s great to walk into a place and see your logo made real, not just real but with flashing lights. This brings to 2 the amount of times that has happened to us. The other [...]
The campaign has begun. Bus Shelters, News papers, online and big TV coverage for the Super Toy Sale creative. All of the toys in the spot were custom designed because we couldn’t use real products. There’s a lot of love in them, especially the MonkeyRider. Enjoy.
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 [...]