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Last week Plant attended Creative Circle’s “Crack the Case” workshop with some of Denmark’s leading advertising creatives (Per Pedersen, Simon Wooler and Michael Robert). The point was to provide advice and inspiration for making a great case video when sending your stuff to Cannes or showing to your clients. We’ve made a collection of most of the case videos presented at the event.
DIA Future is back! A competition that celebrates upcoming digital talent. Are you attending a creative school or simply interested in the next decade’s digital talent, then this is for you!
In 2010 Plant introduced DIA Future in collaboration with the Danish Internet Award. This year the competition is launched in collaboration with Danske Medier and Husets Markedsføring. Every year students get the opportunity to work for a real client that has limited resources to develop a creative campaign on their own. This year’s client is LetsGo car sharingwho works to expand car sharing in Denmark. Only 1 out of 1600 Danes is currently using car sharing – and the task of the students is to create a digital campaign that can change this.
As we look ahead, this is what we remember from 2012 in terms of modern web design:
- Responsive design
- “Sticky” navigation
- Large vector shapes
- Full width images
- Depth & paralax scrolling
So, what do you get when you combine TV’s hottest show with beautiful vintage jazz album covers? Awesomeness! California based Designer Ty Mattson gives us a beautiful project, mixing beautiful vintage Jazz LP covers with Showtime’s hit show Homeland – which we here at Plant loves to watch!
As Christmas and New Years is just around the corner this is a good time to sum up the year and maybe enjoy some of the things you didn’t have time for during the year. So here’s the “best of” post to sum it up.
Art literally meets reality in Ben Heine’s Pencil vs Camera collection. This 29-year old artist and illustrator from Belgium started this collection back in April 2010, as a fortunate consequence of own personal artistic development. The images in his collection usually depict a hand drawn artwork in white paper in front of a realistic background.
Cambodian Trees is a digital projection work by French artist Clement Briend who traveled to Cambodia to photograph these sculptural representations of deities and spirits from Cambodian culture overlaid on trees in several urban areas. Of the series Briend says:
It’s a beautiful surprise when the projected spirits awaken and reveal themselves at night as though they are made of the towering trees themselves. The photographic light installations echo the spirituality of the few sprouts of nature in the predominantly urban landscapes. It is a visual imagining of the divine figures that inhabit the world, as seen through an environmentally aware spiritual eye.
Plant is a Copenhagen-based creative digital agency. The mission of the company is to conceptualize and develop technology-empowered web content that will enable advertisers to engage international audiences online.