Tuesday, 5 October 2010


This is a title sequence by Kuntzel and Deygas for the film Catch Me if You Can. It is both memorable and visually stunning. This sequence depicts the world's most successful con artist featured in the film.  The slender figures run through environments that symbolise key plot points from the film, and are accompanied by a floaty, 1960s jazz-era score.

Fresh Watermelon Picnic
Breast Cancer
A couple of sequences by a photographer called Joan Seal. Theres something quite humorous about 'Fresh Watermelon Picnic' showing the different stages of watermelon falling on a woman's head.

Realistic Airplane Crash.... a humorous take on airplane safety instructions.

I love Ikea's way of communicating instructions, they are so clear accurate and easy... an idiot could follow them. They also feature the funny little confused character to give it a bit of personality.

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