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After their intricate paper animation video for Lavazza, Milan based creative studio Dadomani does it again. The studio created two commercials for Bank Audi. Both show really nice and detailed set designs and a perfect mix of digital and analog animation technics.
The Makerie Studio, commissioned by fashion label Splash Dubai, has created this oversized faceted paper heart, brain, lungs and eye made with reflective papers, for Lucia Giancani’s shot of Room 2013 for their 2013 calendar.
Working for legendary photographer Andrew Barter, The Makerie Studio created an intricate puzzle in the shape of a globe for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer 2012 promotional campaign. The puzzle pieces slot together to form a complete globe, with each section supporting a country.
You may remember Mandy Smith‘s incredible Amsterdam-inspired masterpiece of an astoundingly intricate morphed house of paper, complete with the detailing inside for her short film entitled “The Move”. It seems she has made an update to her site recently and has included some new fashion pieces. This in particular was based on the classic Brothers Grimm tale of Rumpelstiltskin. The dress is made entirely from baking paper and the wheel from cardboard, the room and props are all designed, created and painted by hand.
“Follow the paper plane into Sehsucht‘s latest origami-style world of helping hands and improved communities. Sehsucht produced the 30 sec. TVC “Paper” full CG for Deutsche Fernsehlotterie, a charitable lottery, and their agency Zum Goldenen Hirschen, all three companies from Hamburg/Germany. Director Hans-Christoph Schultheiss and his team walked the tightrope between reduction and complexity, aiming to create the characters as human as possible but with a realistically foldable look that carries the complex textures of paper.”
“One day in the White Paper city, early morning people wake up and begin to live their lifes. There’s something new in the main square, something growing…” — Dadomani Studio
Dry the River created these huge 3D paper-craft horse posters in collaboration with FOAM/Sony Music creative Xavier Barrade to promote the new UK band. This short film shows the posters being crafted and fly-posted across London. Xavier designed the horses in 3D with Google Sketch Up before printing out and assembling the component parts. Each horse took around 35 hours to build. Continue reading
The latest installment from the talented duo Zim and Zou, is the cover for Icon Magazine’s Issue 104: The Future of Food. The issue itself is about what food will be like in the future with their reflection being on 3D food printer technology. They have even supplied an animated gif! Stack it up, stack it up!
Zim and Zou are by far one of my many favorite paper artists, stretching the boundaries of paper art to produce some remarkable creations. We have written posts about them several times in the past and they never cease to amaze us.
With this particular piece they tell a story surrounding Washington, DC suburbs, where four metro stations will open. The more familiar car driven area will now suddenly have public transit which will hopefully make it feel more like a city — adding more pedestrian walkways, apartments, grocery stores… making it more of a place that people will actually want to live than just work.