Working with the lovely people at Motherlode Media and Apple corp. Sugarway have been helping promote Help! The Beatles madcap film that’s been remastered, and is now about to be re-released, on Blu-ray and iTunes for download, next week.
We’ve been creating the Semaphore code you see above and another as yet un-released mini-site for a web-game, it’s coming soon and you’ll have the chance to win real Beatles related prizes!
Check out The Beatles Facebook page for the answer, it was cracked in less than two minutes!
PS. Can you work out the song titles above and below? The only prize available from Sugarway it kudos.
The Beatles Yellow Submarine site Sugarway designed for Jeremy at Apple corp. is up for an award, so if you like it vote. We put our Droopl developer under a lot of pressure to get things just right and he delivered as always.
Some great stuff pops up on Kickstarter.
…you find out all sorts of things being a designer. The conversation with the client was slightly surreal!
There appears to be a bit of a Japanese theme developing this week, after Murakami’s film a Japanese website has caught my eye.
Being a bit of a misanthrope, images of urban decay have always attracted me, so combined with Japan, which is a country I must revisit, it’s pure gold.
I actually came across this researching retina enabled websites (notice our sharp sugarway logo above if you’re on an iPad or retina macbook), so although not an amazing piece of design the high resolution photographs are a treat to see on the correct hardware.
Anyway enough rambling from me, enjoy.
A vivid demonstration of the importance of lighting when filming. It’s amazing how she appears to change into a completely different person and emotional state.