Archives for April 2006

SixFive

SixFive

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Another link from across the pond; SixFive is a Somerset, UK based studio, and a very nice bunch of people to boot. They’ve managed to impart a bit of class and polish on all their works, be they small or large clients. Very nice indeed.

New Future Graphic

New Future Graphic

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Here’s some work by two Londoners to get you through the humpday. Easy, free, and loose best describes the style found here. So sit back, sip some lemonade through a straw, and enjoy the sites.

Umeric

Umeric

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Sydney-based motion firm Umeric has recently updated their site with some new work. Their new reel is not available yet, but check out the bumps they did for the 2006 MTV Australia VMA’s.

NR2154

NR2154

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Naming studios based on arbitrary project numbers can only mean one thing: Danish designers. Welcome to NR2154, established by Jacob WildschiĆødtz and Troels Faber in 2005. You might remember them from aptly named UNIT1391 fame. Regardless, if you enjoy complex codification involving design and math, as well as looking at project PDFs, and the color green, then you can’t go wrong here.

Area 17

Area 17

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With locations in New York and Paris, Area 17 is a brand agency spearheaded by the immensly talented Arnaud Mercier, formerly of Blast Radius and elixirstudio respectively. The work is fresh and honest. The site, well planned with a unique file browser. Go have a look for yourself.

Toko

Toko

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Unfortunately, the group at Toko seem to have shut down the studio, so to speak. Too bad. They are promising they will be back after an indefinite hiatus. Take a look around while nobody’s home, or before it goes offline. This Rotterdam outfit has some great work.

Post Panic

Post Panic

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Quite simply the best reel I’ve seen to date. You should look.

3 deep

3 deep

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“The 3 Deep group of companies are committed to design excellence.”
Take a trip to Victoria, Australia, and discover some of the most breath-taking work you will see today.

Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness

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If you haven’t heard of Ryan McGinness before, you should get back in you time machine and go home to 1986 where you can continue to watch Alex P. Keaton in Family Ties. Regardless, the man has updated his site with an overview of his work from the past 12 years or so. Most of what you see nowadays in design has been largely influenced by Ryan, so it’s worth a look.

Dstrukt

Dstrukt

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Christopher James Hewitt (aka Dstrukt) has just updated his site. The London based Art Director has a plethora of tasty reels for your viewing pleasure. Go on, have a look.