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January 04 2010

21:48

Things We Love: Projects Worth Watching

All of us here at MediaStorm spend a lot of time looking for and talking about new stories, websites, and products that inspire us and help us to make better multimedia. We thought it would be fun to share some of our picks with you, with a little bit about why we liked the pieces, and get some ideas from everyone out there as well. We’re starting off today with some projects we’ve been watching over the last couple of weeks. They aren’t all new, it’s by no means a comprehensive list, but hopefully it will get a dialogue going. Happy New Year all!

50 People One Question Still Hoping The Insights of Angels

Fifty People One Question: To Wake Up
Sometimes it’s as simple as asking a really good question. – Brian Storm

Still Hoping by Luceo Images
The visual sophistication of Luceo Images meets the multimedia prowess of Syracuse University. – Brian Storm

The Insights of Angels by Liz O. Baylen
A beautiful story with words of wisdom from two young girls. – Brian Storm

No Mas Presents: Dock Ellis & The LSD No-No by James Blagden
The story is great and the low-fi animations are just magical. Reminds me of MAD magazine from the ’70s. Rumor has it for years after the ball clubs referred to Doc as Ellis, D. – Eric Maierson

Not Ready to Land
Terrific character, elegant coverage and post production. – Brian Storm

You Play to Win the Game by DJ Steve Porter
Brillant mashup from the popular NFL coaches beer commercials – Brian Storm

parkour motion reel
A new twist on animation. Makes me wish I had thought of it. – Eric Maierson

MSNBC.com’s The Year in Pictures: The Decade
No one does it better. – Brian Storm

Tribute to Jerry Uelsmann by Jason Bajada
Thinking outside the box before Photoshop – Brian Storm

That’s all for now, but we’re adding to our list for next time. We’d love to hear what you are watching and what inspires you!

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