Guinness: Hands

Turns out sign language and a well-placed bird flip aren't the only ways for you to express impatience with your hands, as Guinness expounds on it's "good things come to those who wait" tag with a visually mesmerizin

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Turns out sign language and a well-placed bird flip aren't the only ways for you to express impatience with your hands, as Guinness expounds on it's "good things come to those who wait" tag with a visually mesmerizing short film from animator/director Michael Schlingmann titled "Hands." Featuring precision editing of footage of a pair of (you guessed it) hands as they perform a litany of dextrous moves, the film is accompanied by an iChameleon Group-designed web experience that allows visitors to create their own version of the handy spectacle, complete with their choice of moves, music and personal message.
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Credits
Date
Feb 07, 2007
Interactive Creative Director:
Juan-Carlos Morales
Interactive Associate Creative Director:
James Allen
Interactive Associate Creative Director:
Gary Hoff
Art Director:
Murray Carrasco
Art Director:
Damion Parsons
Art Director:
Cesar Santos
Art Director:
Stuart Woodall
Copywriter:
Erica Boynton
Copywriter:
Sean Vrabel
Senior Flash Programmer:
Jason Miller
Flash Programmer:
Alex Toledo
Flash Programmer:
JP Vasquez
Flash Programmer:
Luis Giron
Flash Programmer:
Dustin Mershon
Flash Programmer:
Rudo Akil Boothe
CF Programmer:
Will Belden
CF Programmer:
Max Leynov
CF Programmer:
Tom de Manincor
Technical Director:
Rob Gonda
Strategist:
Freddie Laker
Strategist:
Damian Canning
Strategist:
Alistair Beattie
Agency:
AMV BBDO
Interactive Agency:
iChameleon Group
Client:
Guinness
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