A big thanks to Ella who is just coming to the end of her work placement here at the View. Ella is a budding illustrator who has been developing concepts for T-shirt graphics. We have created a retro style to run across the set of 5 individual designs. A little sample below gives a snippet of what’s to come.
Studio View were awarded the job of rebranding Teenage Services for Lincolnshire. We already have some exciting ideas to add to our pitch work and we look forward to a good working relationship with the Teenage Services team.
Viewnited made it through the quarter and semi finals last night to win the Champion soccer 6-A-Side Trophy! The quarter final was over within the first five minutes as we took control of the game through good finishing from Jamesy Love x2 and Ashley Smith. The semi final saw us take the lead through Mark O’leary but Elm Park equalised in the last minute to force a penalty shootout. Hero of the hour Sean Matthews saved Elm Parks final pen and we were through to the final.
The final saw us play Dream Team. Within the first three minutes we were in the lead, Mark O’Leary with a great solo effort. In the second half Mark scored his second and secured the victory for Studio View!
Well done to the whole team a brilliant effort and well deserved victory!
The trophy in all its glory!
The presentation was held at a small pub round the corner – Three games had taken its toll on Jamesy!
Janine is the studios new pa and administrator to the directors. She also monitors our accounts and manages the company books. Its quite a task keeping us all on the straight and narrow but she is doing a brilliant job!
Our Napier re-brand will soon be seen on a Le-Mans Radical. The first few logo transfers went on the car at Silverstone last week but the full skin of the Radical will soon be the Napier brand. We are developing the graphics for the car in house – all us petrol heads cant wait for the unveiling. Obviously we will keep you posted!
A big thanks to Kayleigh who has been working with us on the Brilliant Lincolnshire project. Kayleigh has had a placement with us throughout the campaign and has produced some fantastic concepts and ideas that have been snapped up by the County Council. Brilliant Lincolnshire will be launched throughout the county in the next few months, it is a very exciting project with the aim of instilling a feeling of ‘well being’ with the people of Lincolnshire.
The event not only covered the usual discussions on running a creative agency, but ideas on the advances in flash, whilst revealing some really inspirational ideas and work, for example Colin Moocks megaphone, which allows phone call controlled games for big screens with multiple users and Joshua Hirsch’s play with fidgets (simple motors/machines) that pulled there emotions from twitter- all of which we can tap into for free!
There were some great speakers and some exceptionally talented individuals, like Joa Ebert who was asked to make an impromptu 10 minute talk to inspire us, his reponce was to hand code an interactive 3d cube responsive to sound and moved in real time within 3d space… all in 9minutes 40 seconds (I would just add that even the speakers were speechless)
Fortunately for us we also found the private party haunt for all the speakers and managed to gate crash that which kept each evening eventful. On a professional observation, I was slightly alarmed that of the 1100 delegates there were probably a maximum of 20 females, I hope this is not a reflection on the industry.
2:Andy Polaine discussing human interactivity.
3:Jeremy Thorp visualising 28 years of the New York Times stories.
4: Colin Moock discussing Megaphone with Dan Albritton on skype.
5: Joshua Davis discusses his process on creating great work.