- First, just check out No Film School. This next post cycle I'm going to be sharing more of their stuff because it's just so rich for filmmakers and creatives alike.
- And I love this video because you probably have seen a video featured in it. It's a great reminder that executing on an idea can just create good content, even if it's brief and one simple idea.
- Kinda like what I'm doing with this Fresh Produce section. =)
- After my Supporting Women's Rights post last week I said that living in DC that "protesting has been unavoidable," and it's cool to see a calm and calculated observation about voting and the effects it's had on our society and what it can have on other European Countries.
- The paper animation style not only feels like a leader, but shows that this message could be taken as a note. A message. A warning.
Here in Washington, D.C. protesting has been unavoidable. It's in the issues I care about, the spaces I occupy, and even in the advertising...Read More
- The choice of the escalator is genius. Women are standing up for themselves yet waiting at the same time. Ballsy!
- This isn't a "one sided" issue, it involves every woman who wants to go somewhere.
- The slight push in brings the characters closer to the viewer when expressing their views, which makes me feel the authenticity in their voices.
- With politics being unavoidable in 2017, it's empowering to see equal coverage of both sides. Great job, NPR.
The details and "looping picture" aspect of this video just make it pure spectacle in the best way possible.
Crazy how detailed these small pieces are, especially with those colors.
- I'm always fascinated by places and a sense of place in general. I find places very difficult to describe. This video does it seamlessly describing 3 separate places that used to be one. I get tingles all over my arms watching this.
- The perspective on this video both intrigues and satisfies where we are going as the audience.
When you go to get fresh produce what do you picture?
Bread gets thrown in sometimes, too. Baguette be fresh.
Fresh produce demands a higher cost for a few reasons. Its health value. Its taste. Its quality. These products take time and process to develop.
If we know this about food, then why do we expect freshly produced creative to be any different?
I certainly did, but working to change that with the SLR's Fresh Produce. My goal, highlight the beauty of the creative process by tracking where my ideas are coming from through 3 types of posts:
What will happen when I discover the cultivated concepts? Will we break them down into what makes each great? Will I take these concepts and combine them into something new? You and I will see once we get there.