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Social Alchemy’s Most Viewed Blogs [May]

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

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HARIBO Advert 2012 – Just too good

HARIBO Advert 2012 – Just too good

Quiet Storm creative team, Trevor Robinson and Neal Colyer got in touch with pre-viz rep, Rob Taylor to produce storyboards for their ‘Just Too Good’ campaign. Three Blind Mice artist James produced the trace and line before house artist, Jo Ley stepped in to bring each frame to life with colour.

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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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END7 – Major Campaign

END7 – Major Campaign

Yesterday saw the launch of the END7 campaign, dedicated to eliminating seven major neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) as a public health threat to poor communities by the end of 2020.

Voice over was provided by English actor and comedian, Bill Nighy.

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Latest by Tony Wilson

Latest by Tony Wilson

Last week, Tony sent us some of his latest illustrations for his client Ocean Design.

Although we cannot show the brand, we’d like to show you his fantastic illustrations of a fisherman and a yoga woman, which are used for the campaign.

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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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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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Top of the blogs

Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from the last 7 days!

29th July – Featuring: Zara Perfume, Gold’n Plump & Linda Clark

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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!

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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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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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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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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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Social Alchemy’s Top 7 Blogs [March]

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

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MAKE BRADFORD BRITISH

MAKE BRADFORD BRITISH

4Creative got in touch with Rob with a brief for an ad layout, to be used as a guideline for their press ad promoting the series.

As you can see, there’s quite a likeness between our visual and the finished ad.

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HARIBO Advert 2012 – Just too good

HARIBO Advert 2012 – Just too good

Quiet Storm creative team, Trevor Robinson and Neal Colyer got in touch with pre-viz rep, Rob Taylor to produce a set of flat-colour storyboards for their latest TV & cinema campaign for Haribo!

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amazing digital painting by tony wilson

amazing digital painting by tony wilson

This is a personal piece by Tony Wilson entitled “Gabi”.

It has been digitally painted and yet, displays beautiful light and texture that you would usually expect from a canvas – or even a photograph!

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On The Edge with Sandra Suy

On The Edge with Sandra Suy

The Hub Magazine got in touch with us before Christmas to commission fashion illustrator, Sandra Suy.

She drew two beautiful, colourful line illustrations for the article called ‘On The Edge’ written by Janneke de Jong.

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10 Brilliant Typographic Finds!

10 Brilliant Typographic Finds!

This week we’ve selected a few of our favourite Pinterest finds, featuring different styles of lettering, to tickle your creative taste buds!

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

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LATE AVAILABILITY OFFERS FOR ASIANA FUSION RESTAURANT

LATE AVAILABILITY OFFERS FOR ASIANA FUSION RESTAURANT

The Asiana Fusion Restaurant, situated on the ground floor of the prestigious Echo 24 apartments, boasts an amazing panoramic view of the river Wear.

They serve the best choice of Pan Asian cuisine, fusing many regional cultures and influences.

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Go Gurt – Toys

Go Gurt – Toys

Check out this 15sec, 2D Illustrative animatic for Go Gurt.

The little boy is enjoying his yoghurt so much his toys are getting jealous of the attention its receiving!

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Social Alchemy’s Top 6 Blogs This Month

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

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Welcome George Coffey

Welcome George Coffey

We’re very pleased to welcome George to the TBM team. He joined us recently as our junior editor to work in the motion department.

We asked him to fill out this little questionnaire so you guys could get to know him a bit better…

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Test animatic

Test animatic

Here is another great Threeblindmice test animatic.

This test offers a more realistic 2d illustration style of motion while also offering up some stop motion animation.

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On The Edge with Sandra Suy

On The Edge with Sandra Suy

The Hub Magazine got in touch with jelly before Christmas to commission fashion illustrator, Sandra Suy.

She drew two beautiful, colourful line illustrations for the article called ‘On The Edge’ written by Janneke de Jong.

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ITV Player receives a lick of paint!

ITV Player receives a lick of paint!

House director, Karen Cheung lends her humorous character animation to advertise ITV Player!

BBH Producer, Austin Vernon was looking for a character animator to create a caricature of an actor used in the current live action TV campaign for ITV Player.

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Would SOPA have a negative affect in the UK?

Would SOPA have a negative affect in the UK?

Yesterday’s internet ‘blackout’ increased the awareness of the Stop Online Piracy Act which is currently working its way through US Congress. The legislation lost significant support and faces a veto at the hands of President Obama; however, if it did become enforced, what kind of effect would this legislation have outside of the US?

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Internship

Internship

An exciting internship opportunity at a fast-growing London division of a world-leading storyboard and animatic agency. You will be working within a shared, busy studio environment in central London.

You will be responsible for a wide range of admin, marketing, sales and production/communication tasks.

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The 7 Most Viewed Blogs This Week!

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Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from the last 7 days!

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Call For Entries!

Call For Entries!

As part of our campaign to help retain the best creative talent within in the region we are hosting an exhibition – with a twist! Not only will we give local students and freelancers the chance to showcase their digital work to the thriving creative sector we have here in Leeds, but we have also secured two fantastic prizes for the winners…

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We love print… business cards!

We love print… business cards!

This week we’ve seen some fantastic examples of business cards online so we thought we’d share them with you!

Business cards are one of the many services we offer. To find out more about the print services we offer click, visit our website!

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Vector Illustrations of Well-Known UK Architecture

Vector Illustrations of Well-Known UK Architecture

Art Director, Ben Clarke and Colin Swan from design agency, Further got in touch with us produce vector illustrations of well-known UK architecture and landmarks for Network Rail.

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damien illustrates food on the move

Damien illustrates ‘food on the move’

Damien Weighill‘s brilliant hand drawn line illustrations can be found on packaging for the Marks & Spencer ‘food on the move’ range!

Marks & Spencer and brand consultancy, Landor Associates got in touch with us to created drawings and lettering for a new, healthier M&S food range.

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SUPER SATURDAY!

Super Saturday!

Last weekend I was lucky enough to get invited along to the One year anniversary of the Paralympics with Michael. We danced the night away to the likes of The Saturdays, Dappy from N-Dubz and The Sugababes… What a lucky mouse I am!!

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Dress Like a Banker Day

‘Dress Like a Banker’ Day

Last Friday was deemed to be ‘Dress Like a Banker’ Day at TBM.

Jelly motion producer, Natalie, found herself dreaming about what it would be like to have a proper job… so we thought we’d dress up to find out!

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Top of the blogs

Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from the last 7 days!

29th July – Featuring: Zara Perfume, Gold’n Plump & Linda Clark

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Girl Geeks: 30 women under 30 in digital

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Did you spot that our Director, Michaela featured in The Drum!?

Girl Geeks: 30 women under 30 in digital

Last Friday (30th September 2011) she was highlighted as one of the 30 women under 30 working within the digital industry, who are held in high regard by their peers.

A huge thank you goes out to all our friends and clients who voted for Michaela!

A full list of the selected women can be seen on The Drum website here. Otherwise, pick up your copy of The Drum and turn to page 28 & 29!

(Also a thank you to Jenny @ Leeds Media for supplying us with a few copies!)

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06/10/2011 at 9:00 am

The 5 Most Viewed Blogs This Week!

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Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from the last 7 days!

A brief history of… printingadtec

A brief history of… printing

We thought we’d talk about the history of printing. It’s quite amazing to see how far we’ve come – the image above is of a printing press that was invented in 1846! As you might’ve guessed though there is A LOT to talk about…

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Sandra Suy strikes againjelly

Sandra Suy strikes again

Our fashion illustrator, Sandra Suy, has just finished this beautiful illustration for the fantastic folks at Sunday Times, Style Magazine.

We love it!

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tony wilson: saperilla

Tony Wilson: Saperilla

Check out this fantastic piece of vintage-inspired illustration work by Tony Wilson!

Our versatile in house artist produced this portfolio piece over the summer. If you would like to see more, make sure you check in on his jelly portfolio or visit our blog for details on specific projects from the past year!

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN IT GOES WRONG? A TRUE STORYthree blind mice

What Happens When It Goes Wrong? A True Story

Picture the scene, a large photographic studio in central London, everyone is in place: the stylist, the photographer, the DOP – who has lit it brilliantly, a producer, production assistant, three clients and a beautiful model… No, hang on a minute, where’s the model?

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Event Visualising

Event Visualising

PR, social media and experiential marketing agency Cake wanted a special VIP bar and had a few ideas of what furnishings should be included, but they needed to present what it would look like to their client to gain the seal of approval.

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