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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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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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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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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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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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23rd September – Kineticmesh 3D, Listerine & Udderbelly

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

Design of the week: Utenadtec

Design of the week: Uten

We picked Uten for ‘design of the week’ because their packaging encourages the buyer to re-use; when the jar is empty simply take of the tags (the string makes sure you’ll have no sticky glue marks!) and use the empty containers to store your own delicious foods!

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Kineticmesh – 3D for Stills & Animationjelly

Kineticmesh – 3D for Stills & Animation

We have now added Kineticmesh to our illustration roster for their high-end, photoreal 3D design!

Kineticmesh always deliver breath-taking, photorealistic, 3D animation.

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steven bonner: latest editorial

Steven Bonner: Latest Editorial

jelly lettering artist, Steven Bonner, has been busy with typographical creations UK magazines, Computer Arts & Advanced Photoshop.

‘Designers Every Day’ was produced for Computer Arts’ advertising campaign to promote the magazine’s redesign. The ‘Art of Type’ was a feature opener for Advanced Photoshop magazine.

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EVENT VISUALISINGthree blind mice

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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Listerine – Protection for the Day

Listerine – Protection for the Day

It’s fantastic to see another TV commercial has made it through the research stages with our animatic!

This is the photomatic/live action animatic was produced for JWT and Listerine. The actors were casted and filmed on green screen before being dropped onto photomatic backgrounds.

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

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

Top of the blogs: the most viewed posts from the last 7 days! Featuring: Zara Perfume, Gold’n Plump & Linda Clark.

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