Madison Beer’s new single “Hurts Like Hell ft. Offset” makes its debut today in an intense new music video directed by Lord Danger’s Mike Harris. Concepted by Madison and Harris, the piece harnesses the emotional power of Beer’s song in a story of abuse upended by a mightier force.
Creative boutique Chapter Four recently applied its expertise in spatial sound to place consumers in the middle of the Disney’s hit Broadway spectacle Aladdin.
In a bright and fantastic animation by Lucky Post's Seth Olson, a man reflects on his journey away from hostile territory, through the painful swamps of reflection and onto greener pastures ahead in a digital short for Cary Scott Counseling.
The passage of time has been pondered by brilliant scientists and popular culture creators alike, and the two worlds come together in a delightful animated short from TED-Ed and creative studio Nice Shoes, “What Is Time?” The piece dives into the existence
Watch as the new charlieuniformtango Austin studio comes to life!
The story of four friends with holiday plans that take them across the US, Mexico, and Canada. They text, post, and share joyous holiday moments but as time goes on, they realize they’re missing each other most of all.
When Tim Hortons Canada decided to support Kenya’s only ice hockey team and give them the experience of a lifetime, their agency, Zulu Alpha Kilo, turned to long-time collaborators filmmaker David Grabias and Artifact Nonfiction to tell the story.
STORY’s David Orr and agency Cramer-Krasselt put a pair of windshield wipers to the ultimate test in an ingenious new spot for Rain-X. In the ad, a pair of Rain-X Silicone AdvantEdge wiper blades are first encased in huge blocks of ice and then thawed with powerful gas flames.
To capture the excitement of 130 years of art and design in Chicago within 15 seconds is no small task. When the producer of the new public television series “Art & Design in Chicago” needed help to do that, he called on Chicago-based Mode Project to create the show open.