Bravo Daniel Birnbaum!
Cool idea and great sense of humor.
When I see a good ad, a smile appears on my face, but there is a little jealousy in my heart, because I would like to work with the people who created it.
When dealing with something so good there is no place to analyzing and comment. Advertising speaks for itself and does it in style.
DonerLA - great job!
A few years ago I wrote script for short animation. I remember that I told a lot about this story with Krzysztof Hrycak (Nolabel founder and CEO) who helped me in some aspect and it was a short step to start production. But then nothing came out of it ... Script landed in a forgotten folder and so it has been there for many, many years.
A few weeks ago I was browsing old hard drive and I found a file named Lilly.txt .
Recently I decided to push this project to life. At first I made some edit work on the text. Later, I asked my friend Shue to help develop a visual concept. Wow. The first renders looks fantastic! Soon I will put them on this blog to enjoy your eyes.
Elon Musk has spent considerable time and money to perfect rocket landing technology. It took years, but he finally did it.
Some say that failures are an inherent part of learning. It is a bit sad, because it gives us a perspective of pain and misery that must be borne before knowledge is acquired. In many cases that demotivate us and deprives us of the desire to learn.
In my life I had so many failures that I actually got used to them. The loss of time, money, friends, health... are the costs of learning. But what did I learn? Hmmm...
The most fascinating thing is that this learning doesn't end. Who knows, maybe the most intensive lessons appears right now? How many mistakes will I make? How much defeats before me? What will i lose?
What is the most important lesson from failures that are part of our lives? I think is overcome of fear of them. Every time when we fear less, then we open ourselves up to increasingly difficult and risky actions. That is why we can go forward. As people and as civilization.
I'll go forward.
Four days ago I was at a concert of the Common Bond - Israeli group, headed by the incredible Kobi Shefi. The concert took place on Grzybowski Square in Warsaw as part of Singer's Warsaw Festival.
Great concert, great music, top notch artists, and just the audience... didn't like it enough. It is difficult for me to say whether it was a kind of music too sophisticated for the ears of the audience or maybe bad weather - which was wet and cold... Nevertheless, I was regret to look at deserted square and the people leaving separated tribune with sitting places. Only a handful of people left to the end of the show.
I still like this commercial.
Today I was watching this with my wife. Again. We talked about how weak ads we see in Polish TV. I wanted to show her how well it could be done and of course I started with Droga5.
The subtlety of branding is what is most shocking us. Professionalism is obvious.
And this climate ...
I lovin' it.