31.03.10 by Jeff

Design Currency

A bunch of my friends have been slaving away on this brilliant animation using a money counter to promote the upcoming Design Week Vancouver. The theme of the conference is Design Currency.

Design Currency: Icograda Design Week in Vancouver

Watch the video (+ full credits) below!


Creative credits:

Rethink:
Creative Director: Ian Grais
Art Director: Todd Takahashi
Copywriter: Keri Zierler
Designer: Jeff Harrison
Designer: Rory OSullivan
DP #2: Chris Nielsen
Broadcast Producer: Laura Rioux
Print Producer: Jim Leith
Account Manager: Jillian Yaehne

Giant Ant Media:
Director/DP/Editor/VFX: Jay Grandin
Director/Animator/Editor/VFX: Todd Smith

Wave Productions:
Audio Producer/Engineer: Brandon Edwards
Original music by: Brandon Edwards
Illustrator: Jeff Burgess
Printer: Total Graphics













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • dan

    Nice twist on the flip book … it turned out well…

  • Emily

    awesome awesome awesome

  • ben kelly

    thats one of the craziest things ive seen in ages!
    +++)

  • ben

    thats one of the craziest things ive seen in ages! such a good concept
    +++)

  • Great theme, great thoughts, great animation

    Use of impact as a verb sinks the whole thing though.

  • Cool Idea and very well done. It looks smooth, handmade but also very modern!

  • Great post!
    crazy blog too, thanks

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  • Eduardo

    Good work… what about the nature?

  • Ahhhh.. very cool!





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