コカ・コーラ 「burn(バーン)ENERGY DRINK」コンテストの結果を見る
burn your creative energy (クリエイティブ・エナジーを燃やせ！)
Art students and Parkour enthusiasts (we have been practicing it for almost 7 years), we decided to link the 2 areas we love.
The brief of the competition inspired us. Energy, endurance, creativity, originality… all these notions have given us the desire to show Parkour our way. After searching different ideas, we finally opted for a particular graphic design. As if every action left a trace of our passage, drawing our silhouettes as we used the space, walls, barriers that surrounded us …
This brings a new form of creativity and encourages symbolically to move, in order to exploit these traces we leave behind us …
We made this video in the competition but also to expand our personal capacity in terms of capturing, editing video and audio composition. We wanted to do a project together, this contest was a really good opportunity, and we are proud to have won the first prize for our first participation in a contest on eYeka. Paul and Samuel IDROBO GOVINDIN “
I joined eyeka.com more than a year ago. Burn was my 6th contest. Once I was the 3rd prize winner, now it's a second place! According to this trend, I hope that my next win will be absolute! I wish everyone good luck & their own unique inspiration that comes in time!
Although I’m not a Video professional (I’m a Web designer in “real life”), film-making has become my passion over the past 10 years (actually my first Star Trek spoof was over 15 years ago). I am completely self-taught and through the power of curiosity, the Internet and X-ray vision, I’m trying to improve my directing and video-making skills. Over the past few years, I’ve been documenting my progress on my site: www.tuperhero.com and have spent a lot of (i.e. all of) my spare time making and directing short films. A couple of years ago, I joined eYeka – this has enabled me to challenge myself on a regular basis, and have the chance to support what has become quite an expensive hobby. Regards
The work was made in collaboration with the photographer Roberto Costantini, who gave me a fantastic shot of a professional fire-eater in the exact position I wanted, it really made the whole thing way easier.
We are creatives, we make illustrations, photos, and so the best thing to represent was something about art, photography and illustration, but we had to include fire, which is the main element in Burn’s business, so we ended up with this particular idea that shows the most famous artwork in the history entirely made of fire and manages to represent both us and the Burn’s company, as like as requested in the brief.