8 Great Things to do in London by Al Boardman Kaplan asked 535 of their London students to describe their dream day in the capital. Here’s 8 things they came back with. Following on from the ‘8 Great Things to do in NYC’ video (http://goo.gl/lV1pRc), Kaplan commissioned another video, this time London. Client: Kaplan International Creative and animation: Al Boardman Additional Illustration: Hannah Alice and Holly McCulloch Music: Ray Davies Kaplan International: http://ift.tt/1tmj6AG

8 Great Things to do in New York City by Al Boardman What to do in NYC? Tough question as there’s loads to do and see. Kaplan surveyed 355 of their students aged between 18 and 59 from 39 countries and asked them what they love to do. Here’s 8 things they came back with. Client: Kaplan International Creative and animation: Al Boardman Music: ‘Ginger Beer’ by Ray Davies

Google Wallet by Buck We predict that pretty soon pants will only have one pocket. Another CG paper craft project for the Google. Directed by: BUCK Executive Creative Director: Ryan Honey Executive Producer: Maurie Enochson Producers: Emily Rickard, Nick Terzich Coordinators: Kaitlyn Mahoney, Emily Suvanvej Assoc. Creative Director: Kevin Walker Designers: Kevin Walker, Jenny Ko, Trevor Conrad CG Supervisor: Doug Wilkinson CG Artists: Jens Lindgren, John Niehuss, Wing Lee, Alex Dingfelder, Ana Luisa Santos, Joao Rema, Eric Pagtaconan, Brittney Dreher-Metts Animators: Moses Journey, Matt Foley Music & Sound Design: CypherAudio

Evolution of the Bicycle by Visual Artwork A 1 min animation of the bicycle’s evolution, all the way from the wooden horse to the modern racer. The video was made in combination with an application to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2013. Animation : Thallis Vestergaard Music : Flying Home by The Benny Goodman Sextet http://visualartwork.dk “A bicycle is a two wheeled, human-powered vehicle, with one wheel behind the other.“ The first track of the bicycle goes back to 1493 where Leonardo da Vinci made a sketch of a very advanced bicycle. This is not proven to be true though. So is there many uncertainties on when and who invented the bicycles improvements along it’s history. 00:05 – 00:12 1790, A Frenchman named Comte Mede de Sivrac says to be the first to attach two wheels in each end of a piece of wood. This creation is referred as “Velocifere” or “Celerifere” 1817, The German Karl Drais von Sauerbronn built the first steerable bicycle, the “Draisine”. He’s particular model is not shown in this animation though. 00:23 – 00:25 1818, In England, Denis Johnson improved the draisine. He’s model, “Dandy Horse” had bigger wheels and was lighter. 00:30 – 00:32 1839, Scottish, Kirkpatrick MacMillan is believed to be the inventor of the first pedal-driven bicycle, inspired by the locomotive. 00:34 – 00:36 1866, Pierre Lallement’s velocipede “The Boneshaker” is one of the first bicycles with pedals attach to the front wheel. He’s fellow landsman Pierre Michau invented a similar model around the same time and it is unclear who really was the first to put pedals on a wheel, although it is quite curtain it’s from France. 00:38-00:39 1869, The Frenchman Eugene Meyer has the credit for inventing the first high-wheeled bicycle, the famous “Penny-Farthing”. English, James Starley did a lot of further improvements on the high-wheelers and in 1870 he invited the “Ariel”. 00:43 – 00:44 1880-85, G. W. Pressey invented the “American Star” bicycle followed with the “Pony Star Bicycle” by William S. Kelley further details are comming 00:46 – 00:47 1879, Harry J. Lawson’s bicyclette 00:49 – 00:50 1891, W. Scantlebury & J.K. Starley 00:51 – 00:52 1885, J.K. Starley “Rover Safety Bicycle” 1890 C. D. Rice

Iconic Houses by Matteo Muci A two-minute animated voyage through some of the most iconic masterpices of modern architecture: Ville Savoye by Le Corbusier, Rietveld Schröder House by Gerrit Rietveld, Farnsworth House by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Glass House by Philip Johnson and Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright. Illustration, animation and music by Matteo Muci. Webfolio: http://ift.tt/1s4D79I Behance: http://ift.tt/1s4D9yB Twitter: http://ift.tt/1s4D9yD