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Behind the scenes of ‘Beardmation’ from Aardman

Shaving and styling products manufacturer, Braun, commissioned Aardman to create a stop motion animation film using real men’s beards. Created to mark the launch of the brand new Braun Styling Range, the Braun Beardimation video uses advanced stop frame animation to take the viewer on a journey of eye-catching shapes, patterns and designs as they… Read More »

Ogilvy and Aardman shake up the traditional laundry product demo

Ogilvy, in collaboration with the Aardman animation studio, has redefined the product demo for Unilever’s laundry brand Persil. Children and adults alike were treated to a first-of-its-kind animation entitled ‘Monster Stains’, when it launched in cinemas and online this week. To demonstrate Persil’s stain removal power, Ogilvy came up with the innovative idea of creating… Read More »

Aardman create new film for Imperial War Museums

Aardman and ad agency Johnny Fearless have created a new film and campaign to promote IWM London and the new First World War Galleries (opening 19 July) and to commemorate the First World War Centenary. The 90-second film, “Flight of the Stories”, depicts the journey of personal stories and letters written by those who never… Read More »

Making of 女孩陰毛 by Alberto Mielgo (2010)

A sensuous female is brought to life with pencil animation in the Philips 女孩陰毛 commercial. The clip announces that it does not use rotoscoping and goes on to prove it. Amazing work from Alberto Mielgo who is a master draughtsman with great control over colour and light as well as a skilful animator. More info… Read More »

Looks That Kill by Kevin Dart (2011)

This is a short to promote a book by Californian artist and animator Kevin Dart. He dreamed up the character of Yuki 7 while in London on a business trip in 2008. Yuki and her glamorous, jet-setting lifestyle provided an outlet for Kevin’s fascination with the 1960s, retro spy flicks, and powerful female characters. Long… Read More »

Tiji Colour by Akama (2011)

A black and white forest is coloured in vibrant hues before our eyes, except for one sad little panda, which stirs compassion in an imaginative little boy. It is simple, bold and emotional.