My tweets in May, 2010

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How hard can it be to make a car advertisement of 30 seconds?

James May and Jeremy Clarkson are presenters of the popular BBC show ‘Top Gear.’ In season 13, episode 7, they try to make a TV Commercial (TVC) for the new car VW Scirocco TDi. They go through everything: understanding the brief, brainstorming, initial attempts, review of the films, rejection, another brainstorming, review of films, again rejection… It is fun to watch the creative process behind a TVC. Hilarious!


My tweets in April, 2010

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The best finding of this month is “Pencil versus Camera” by Ben Heine.

The real idea came by coincidence while I was watching television and writing a letter at the same time a few weeks ago. Reading my letter before putting it in the envelope, I saw in transparency the television behind the paper. I then realize it would be great to make something similar in a single image showing 2 different actions.

Read my other findings too…
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My tweets in March, 2010

antzfx twitter march 2010

Whenever I find a relevant and interesting design related links, I tweet them so that I can refer to them later. Recently when I had to look for a particular tweet that I’m sure I did, I spent some time in doing a search in Twitter. I didn’t get any satisfactory results, so I went to my Twitter page and pressed the ‘more’ button many times and finally I fished out the link.

To make matters easy, I am going to archive my tweets at the end of every month in this blog. I will be grouping them under headings for easy retrieval.

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Standing Ovation

Although this is a blog related to design, I am taking a little liberty today…
That is a great achievement! May God bless you, A R Rahman and Resul Pookutty, in your future endeavours… We expect great magic from you.

slumdogA R Rahman wins OSCAR for Music (Score) and Music (Song); Resul Pookutty wins OSCAR for Sound Mixing. Film: ‘Slumgdog Millionaire.’ Photo courtesy: Reuters