"Fallen Gelassen" showing tonight at Unicato

Daniels and Max' 30 min long animated short movie "Fallen Gelassen" (Left Behind) shows tonight on German TV Show Unicato, 00:35. Check it out, if you are in Germany and recieve MDR. And take a closer look on the compositing of the second part...hahaha
More of their work is coming soon on Peppermill-Berlin.de, the studio they recently founded.


A little bit of nice advertisment...

After working in this industry for a bit now I really learned to appreciate good ideas and concepts for commercials. And by far the best can be found on the amazing blog called I Belive In Advertising. I can highly recommend to bookmark this page and have a look on it from time to time, you - dear reader - might be amused. From time to time.
And while you are enjoying a little preview here, I gonna keep on stuffing that Turkey in my kitchen...with some Ketchup...

Also, Robert Seidel, a Bauhaus-University graduate I met once for a split second in the Grafik room shortly after his stunning final Project "_grau" came out just updated his Website with another beautiful Ident for the British Channel Five (Buck LA made one too - check all of them out here: Klick) He was also working for Zero 7, the Phyletic Museum in Jena (AWESOME Project!!!) and other clients and was published on almost every important Magazine and Blog all across the Planet. (Well, almost every Blog...Here's finally the TAJ Post. Damn, that was about time...)

Kudos Robert, keep up the good work.

Oh, and while we are talking about people from the Bauhaus University, Thomas G. , studying Architecture finally got a YouTube Channel, thats worth checking out here: KLICK

And it's getting cold in New York. Pictures of People freezing coming soon.



It was really about time to get this thing done. We already ordered 6 for the office, the only problem is that we might need more space now, but playing Spider Solitaire like this is freakin Awesome!!!

g-speak overview 1828121108 from john underkoffler on Vimeo.
If you - dear reader - can tell me what movie this thing reminds you on then this could be the chance to win those whale watching cookies (they taste like whale) we still got here...


Catch Up!

Okay, first of all, here's finally the riddle's answer what the dealio is with those coloured shapes. The guys from Ventilate asked Buck to create short films portraying our offices in NY and LA.
You can check the two movies here, if you are interested to see how we roll:

Ventilate NY Ventilate LA

After the shoot the shapes decided to chillax on top of Kate's Office...fair enough, it was a tough shoot for them, getting constantly carried around, thrown through the air and molested.

Although we had to work on the historic night when Obama got elected, we spent most of the time listening to the News and at 12 of course to his moving speech.
If you wanna know what we worked on - well I guess you'll have to wait another while to find out - but I can totally hook you up - dear reader - with the handmodel, opening envelopes professionally...

Oh yeah, G's getting all jiggy with it watching these two manicured beauties.

And also here is finally the rest of the vacation post a few weeks ago:

Mister Carla Colummna himself managed to sneak me into one of the long awaited and pricy tours through and around Philip Johnson's Glasshouse in New Canaan, Confetticut, while he was working on a little something something.

That's it. All nicely placed right where it belongs. Johnson spent quite a long time together with David Whitney to perfectionize the place. It's an architectual Gesamtkunstwerk that must have felt like a museum even when he was still living there till his death in 2005.

Interior mostly by Mies van der Rohe...

...and your nobody if you don't have your own sculpture house...

Here's another Indian Summer Colour Madness.

And it was my first time enjoying Halloween in the states, and as you - dear reader - can guess, the whole thing is totally commerzialized. But nevertheless, people all around the country are trying there best to impress other people with the designs in their front yard. For Thomas and me, this graveyard on Cape Cod was clearly the winner of this season.

The Kiwis in their Low-Budget Costumes. If you - Dear reader - find out what each of them is personating you might win a few candies that are left from that night...

But to not bring a downer to Halloween, it is really fun to walk around on the streets of New York that night, especially when you're hidden under an Oldschool-Ghost-Cloak. Most of the people are dressed up nicely (some girls also pretty bitchy) and the very best thing about it is to see them walking around like this all day long.


Yes we can!

by Patrick Moberg.

The City Celebrates.
We feel Awesome.
Even though we still got to work.
Obamarama all over the states!