Author: Enzo Greco

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #57: Animals

I can’t get enough of commercials with our furry friends! Check out these spots starring a chameleon, porcupine, wolf and many more.. Tear jerker I start of with a drama...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #56: Music Videos

This is already the third edition of Music Videos: a mash up of cel animation, in camera effects, gamified 3D and more. Choose your battles Always chose one key feature...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #55: The Games

We’re a week shy of the Rio 2016 Olympics. With big events come even bigger campaigns. Check out these spots who compete for the golden medal. Back to nature This...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #54: Installations

Animations aren’t restricted to the lcd screens of your phone, or laptop. The possibilities are endless if you have a wider scope. Projections in the forrest The projection mapping “bioluminescent...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #53: Infomercials

Infomercials can be told in many different ways. Here’s a selection that varies from stop motion, to minimised shapes and rich cel animation. Wells Fargo American Bank Wells Fargo has...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #52: Drinks on me

It’s Summer: the weather’s nice… Drinks are on me! Summer Beers Wieden + Kennedy did a nice job rebranding the classic summer beer Corona. With ‘This is Living’ the brand...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #51: Cel Animation

Let’s go back to the very beginning of animation, where every frame is hand drawn: cel animation. Senna Ayrton Senna is more than a Formula 1 racer. He’s an icon...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #50: One Taker

A scene that has no hard cuts is called a ‘one taker’. Production wise it’s your nightmare, but story wise it’s even more fulfilling. Connections What have Forrest Gump, Mad...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #49: Oreo Part #3

There’s no such thing as too much Oreo cookies. Enjoy this fresh pack of five Oreo spots. 18+ With their overly sweet ‘Wonderfilled’ campaign you would think Oreo only has...

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Enzo’s Monday Motion #48: Characters

Stories work best if they are based around a main character, where people can identify themselves. This fact is as important for movies as for product commercials. Bio fuckin’ logical...