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Social Alchemy’s Top 7 Blogs [April]

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Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from April!

three blind mice

Sneak Preview

Sneak Preview

Here is a sneak peek of what Threeblindmice have been up to the past few days…

Stay tuned for more!

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three blind mice

Kit-Kat: Crane Animatic

Kit-Kat: Crane Animatic

The latest fantastic ‘Have a Break’ ad to hit our screens had it’s pre-production treatment created by non-other than our house team of illustrators and editors. House artists, Paul and Aaron drew and coloured the frames, which were then edited together with sound by suite resident, Sam.

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jelly

4funkies : gregori saavedra

4funkies : gregori saavedra

Spanish illustrator, Gregori Saavedra, has produced this fantastic collage and animation for online services company, 4Funkies.

Initially, Gregori was briefed to produce a large format illustration to go with a song, written for 4Funkies.

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jelly

Sandra Suy Love

Sandra Suy Love

This year our fashion illustrator, Sandra Suy has been a busy lady! Elle Magazine, both near and far, have been featuring Sandra’s fantastic work!

These fantastic hand drawn illustrations are for Spanish Elle Magazine’s monthly horoscope section…

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14 Inspiring Examples of Street Art

14 Inspiring Examples of Street Art

This week we’ve chosen a few of our favourite Pinterest finds featuring street art – everything from outdoor installations to graffiti!

Click on each image to get access to their original site, and see more of our awesome design pins – enjoy!

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drop your hat

HELP WANTED!

HELP WANTED!

We’re looking for some bubbly characters to join our lovely (even if we do say so ourselves) and ever growing team!

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spread the word about how fantastic Drop Your Hat is and to get the people of Sunderland to download our FREE phone app through various activities!

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agency art animation

Sunken bridge

Sunken bridge

A series of moats and fortresses were built over the West Brabant Water Line region of the Netherlands during the 17th century to give protection from invasion by France and Spain. Fort de Roovere was surrounded with a shallow moat that was too deep to march across, and too shallow for boats. In turn the earthen fort had remained protected – until now!

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