...is a beautiful short movie by pixar artist Rodrigo Blaas. check it out before they take it down after christmas. And also watch it full screen.



Let's enhance

Just to give you - dear reader - an idea what computers are capable of nowadays, we here at buck do stuff like that. Enhance on logos, scaling up shitty footage, the whole nine yards. We also try playing as much dramatic music as possible in the background, when we do so.


Give it a Ponder

Beautiful Spots for LG with James Lipton lending his Beard to Teenagers to make them wiser. My favorite - the 4th one with the unicorns.


Orion & Lupo at Royale 12 04 for Daft Club, Birthday and Movember

Download the recording of last nights 6 hour DJ marathon with Orion and me here:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
160Kbts MP3, STEREO!
Just right-click on the parts, Save As and enjoy. Pictures coming soon, maybe.


Albert Exergians graphic TV show posters

Albert Exergian created amazingly simple posters for popular TV shows. Check the all out on his website http://exergian.tumblr.com/



SARS, Socialism, Profiling, Views on Russia, Border Patroling - you name it. My favourite: "We need to get the polar bears of the endangered list to drill there!"
And I thought the election was fun, but the real comedy is just about to start.


Method Shiny Suds

Buck NY just finished this awesome viral for Method, unfortunately I didn't get to work on it because it was all done in Maya and Shake.
You can read more into interesting facts about chemicals in your cleaner and sign a petition to take action for labeling whats in your household cleaners here: http://www.peopleagainstdirty.com/


Fantastic Mr. Fox Sets at Bergdorf Goodman

At BergdorfGoodman, a fancy department store on 57th and 5th ave, the Display windows are showing original sets from the new Wes Anderson movie "Fantastic Mr. Fox" based on a book by Roald Dahl. The movie blew our mind and seeing the amazingly beautiful crafted props and puppets was magical. Check them out until January 4th 2010!


Animation Domination Rip Off

Pretty funny, even though it's strange to see a parody of your own work online. Hahaha.


The Bravery "Slow Poison"

We just finished this music video for The Bravery here at Buck NY. Everything came together, a short deadline, tons of design, comp and editorial work, 2 shoots (One of them on the moon), basically no life outside of the office for 4 weeks and we had to listen to the song at least 10 times a day. If there's a karaoke contest of Slow Poison somewhere we totally gonna rule! Enjoy it here: CLICK

Also there are - as usual - some nice pictures from the shoot on the green screen moon on the Buck site: CLICK


Un tour de Manège from Les Manèges on Vimeo.

Beautiful work from 5 highly talented Gobelins students.


Halloween 09

That was fun! Not only that I saw a costume store on Saturday night that was completely messed up and emptied, but also tons of beautiful and creative costumes covering up drunk people jumping through the streets of Brooklyn.

Anna and Mike invited us to their new studio and took those beautiful pictures, thanks again so much for that!

The Kiwis (in super cute homemade costumes) tried to sneak in every picture that was taken that night, understandable in this case though, because they wanted to join their Grape friends for a beautiful Still Life.

My personal favourite: The Damian Hirst Installation Costume!

All Pictures ©2009 Anna Wolf, annawolf.com, mikeperrystudio.com

And a little note on the side, we were working pretty hard the last few weeks, that's why there was no time to post whatsoever. But the result looks great and can be found here soon....


Keith Schofield...

...is a very talented director of commercials and music videos. After checking his great interpretation of end credits
in the new video for Lenny Kravitz & JUSTICE here

don't miss the amazing Diesel Cel-Animated Porn viral in case you haven't seen it yet:

and the clip for the BPA feat. David Byrne and Dizzee Rascal:

Actually, check the whole site, www.keithschofield.com, amazing and inspiring work can be found there!


Happy Birthday Manhattan Bridge

The Manhattan Bridge turned 100 years old today. It was designed by Ralph Modjeski and Leon Moiseff and was the last of the 3 bridges connecting Brooklyn with Manhattan. Even though it's very noisy to cross, because you're walking or biking next to trains and cars, the view is stunning and it's never as busy as the Brooklyn Bridge, which makes it a joy to cyclists that are sick running into tourists on the bike lane.
Also worth to check out after a walk across the bridge: Joseph Pelling and Dan Britts short movies.
outside the box

The Lost Coin

The Colouring

And for a good weekend relaxer here some CG Polar Bear hockey amazingness:


Pico by takcom

Awesome animation by Takafumi Tsuchiya to experimental jazz music by SJQ. Via Feed.



Fox Animation Domination

Fox asked Buck NY to redesign their Sunday night Animation Domination marathon and allowed the famous cartoon characters to interact with our bold font characters, that are kind of mean for some reason. The result is a fun and colourful ride with a decent amount of yelling and insanity. Click on the pics to watch...


Theo Gennitsakis

Theo Gennitsakis
is a Paris based illustrator and designer, who recently founded the agency La Suprise.


Funny and creative street art and installations by SpY from Spain.


from now on bigger...here a picture to proof it:


Stuff for September

Sorry dear reader for being so lousy about posting lately but it was pretty busy the last weeks, which doesn't mean I didn't come across some amazing stuff on the superdatahighway:
First of all I found this really interesting Blog called " \ \ \ " putting up some nice big contemporary art pieces in huge pictures (That inspired me to overwork the Layout of TAJ...more of that soon)

On this very blog i found works of Kazuki Takamatsu that really impressed me. Basically it looks like a depth pass of 3D anime characters but apparently it's gouache paintings.

Chris Chairns came up with a short movie called Neurosonics Audiomedical Laboratory with music by the Scratch Perverts:

Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs Inc. from Chris Cairns on Vimeo.

Helen found a Sketch Website called Odosketch,

where you can - well - guess what - yes - sketch your little things and then you can see the process of the sketch like this jammy here: (klick on it!)

And last but not least my new favorite DJ from the UK, Joy Orbison finally released his 2 bangers Hyph Mngo and Wet Look on Hotflush.

Can't wait to play it out loud!!!
Check his mixtapes HERE