Coffee vs. astrology. Toll roads vs. philosophical loopholes. Rice Krispie Squares vs sandwiches cut into triangles. Do you see where we're going with this? Great! Because we don't. Here's what to do if you're currently experiencing delirium from pounding discounted Easter chocolate: 1. Look at this GIF by Andrew Fairclough. 2. Wonder if you could be a better model than these models. 3. Get tickets to see We Buy Your Kids at Analogue/Digital in Melbourne and Brisbane 4. Book tickets to see Toby & Pete at Semi Permanent Sydney. 5. Assume the foetal position. Just kidding! You should be in the foetal position already. Love always - jw.
So our little animation house, Flutter, is really worth a looksee if you haven't been there lately. It combines our legendary roster of luscious artists with our award-winning animation and design team. Those Drinkwise ads you keep seeing everywhere? Flutter. The oddly compelling love story between hot bearded twins? Flutter. Now that Melbourne musician Chet Faker has dropped his debut album, we are proud to announce the video clip for the skewed-house track '1998' was directed and produced by none other than... Flutter. Wrap your heads around that.
Flutter feat. Grace Lee for Chet Faker
Apr 28, 2014 02:42 pm
Bearded musician extraordinare Chet Faker has just dropped his long-awaited debut album and our animation studio Flutter directed the film clip for the squiffy track ‘1998‘. What does squiffy mean exactly, you ask? Well, we define it as a nostalgic trip through house-skewered electro with the weighty, mesmeric quality of a lava lamp. Use it in a sentence today and make sure you watch this staggered snapshot of a scrapped relationship. Grace Lee was responsible for the illustrative style and Dom Bartolo made the magic metamorphoses between images happen. It’s a mini-masterpiece.
GIFs, GIFs, wonderful GIFs. It’s hard to remember a time when we didn’t have GIFs; they’re like the lingua franca of the internet. So when Andrew Fairclough worked on a recent No Cure cover, the clever clogs behind the scenes had the ingenious idea to make the cover an extra-special one that became interactive with the use of 3D glasses. Ooooh! Now obviously we couldn’t include 3D glasses with this blog post, but the above image shows the image as seen by the reader through the glasses. Trippy, man! It’s the GIF that keeps on giving.
And that's your lot for this week. Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say goodbye til it be morrow,
Named for the adorable native Australian robin, The Jacky Winter Group is an independent Australian creative agency.
Photographers, onshore and offshore, dedicated exclusively to photography.
The country's largest, best (and most exciting) roster of illustrators.
Where our prospects earn their patch. Emerging artists of the utmost promise.
Our hard-working storyboarding and visualisation all-stars.
The best artists from around the globe, represented in Australia.
A new breed of imagemakers, from art directors and 3D artists to stylists and set builders.
Putting our work in motion, Flutter is a full-service animation house combining the genius of Jacky Winter's roster with the talents of our award-winning motion graphics and animation specialists.
Your one-stop digital shop featuring a hand-picked selection of work from Jacky Winter's finest. Fixed cost rights-managed images, including out-of-license and purpose-created imagery, are available on-demand for your projects in the formats you need.
The Jacky Winter Group: Special Projects Unit. From Live-Action events and conferences to freelance curating or art buying, this is where our production expertise allows us to take on weird and wonderful projects of any shape and size. Coming soon.
A warehouse gallery space in the heart of Collingwood, dedicated to showing the work of Jacky Winter's image makers in a selection of solo and group shows. As well as killer commercial art in a devoted gallery space, Lamington Drive also houses New Blank Document, our fine art printing division.
Clemens Habicht follows up from his last extraordinarily successful exhibition at Lamington Drive with 100 FACES, a study in collage and limitations.