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Feedly logo versions design by imjustcreative

Feed Your Mind On The Go from Feedly on Vimeo.

Feel particularly chuffed this evening after seeing the above Feedly logo animation, and video.

At the time of designing the Feedly logo and app icon I had no idea that it may eventually be animated. So to see it unfold at the beginning of this video has left me with quite a smile on my face.

If someone had asked me how I would have liked to have seen the Feedly logo animated, and if I was able to imagine it being animated, then this exact video sequence would have been how I would have liked it to have panned out.

The logo animation is brief, but the smooth laying down of the white strips on the green is just perfect in my mind, and really fits in with the initial concept and design process of this part of the logo.

I am so proud to be part of the whole Feedly experience and seeing my first ever logo animated in this way has really been a wonderful experience.

View original full-size HD Feedly Video

Feedly Video Credits

Motion Designer Mattias PeresiniMusic OBNY Music & Sound Design





POST UPDATE

Finally found out who composed this marvellous piece, and it was Bob Partridge from Viscosity Sound, in Los Angeles. Thanks to Porter Partridge for the info!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZr9vVXpAgM

JFK AND THE MUTANT CONSPIRACY — Half a century ago, Magneto was implicated in the mutant plot to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. The events of that fateful day in November have been a point of contention between humans and the mutants ever since.

This has totally made my week: finding the full-length soundtrack to the amazing viral website, "The Bent Bullet—X Men:Days of Future Past."

I can't honestly tell you how many times I have had the website version of this musical score playing whilst working. It's so hauntingly beautiful, and I've not even come close to getting tired of it.

Then Luke Turner, just a few moments ago, tweeted me a link to the YouTube video with the full length score on it.

An absolute delight!

Still unsure to it's origins, name etc, so I do hope someone soon can provide a name so credit can be given. It's well deserved!

 

Thanks again to Luke Turner

The Bent Bullet

While knowledge of mutants was not yet public, rumors of individuals with strange abilities started surfacing from the summer of 1963. Nearly a dozen mutants were secretly murdered by the CIA and the public was suspicious of government involvement. American Citizens awaited a response from their President.

The Bent Bullet

Days before Kennedy arrived in Dallas for his Trade Mart visit, the Friends of Humanity had campaigned among locals for his impeachment. According to the group, the Missile Crisis was the least of Kennedy’s sins in a list of treasons including “mutant love” and “conspiracy to dilute the human race with ungodly blood.”





Evolution Of The Batman Logo by Rodrigo Rojas—I can't locate any kind of website that belongs to Rodrigo to link back to—charts the evolution of the this iconic logo from 1941 through to 2007. The video above was uploaded by in 2007 and has seen a huge number of reposts and reblogs, yet yesterday was the first time I recall seeing it.

I really had no idea there were so many amazing iterations throughout the decades.

From the cool video by Rodrigo Rojas I have picked out each of of the Batman logos (below) as there is something neat about seeing a visual linear progression of evolution.

My favorite has to be the Batman logo used in Batman Begins, a film by Christopher Nolan, 2005.

Found on Devour

I have also pinned all the Batman logos to a Pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/imjustcreative/batman-logo-evolution/

Evolution Of The Batman Logo 1941-2007


Evolution of the Batman Logo


Batman with Robin, The Boy Wonder. Detective Comics, 1941.

Evolution of the Batman Logo


Batman cover image. DC Comics, 1965.


Batman TV Series. Featuring with Adam West and Burt Ward, 1966.

Evolution of the Batman Logo


The New Adventures of Batman. Filmation, 1977.

Evolution of the Batman Outsiders logo


Batman and the Outsiders. DC Comics cover logo, 1983.


Batman, The Dark Knight Returns. Frank Miller, 1989.


Batman by Tim Burton. Warner Brothers, 1989.


Legends of the Dark Knight. DC Comics, 1989.


"Kick-Ass" Kinetic Type from Ryan Perera on Vimeo.

This kinetic animation is based around a scene from the movie Kick-Ass. I [Ryan Perera] used a hand-drawn esthetic to capture both the intensity and emotional value in the scene.

Found on DoobyBrain





There are no fatalities and no injuries. It's not what it first appears.

Link found on Redux