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Friday - Sunday, 11th - 13th August 2006
Intel unleashes Core2Duo at World Cyber Games 2006

January-March 2006
StarHub Christmas chess-card receives special mention in Marketing Magazine

Wednesday, 15th March 2006
Capturing the Spirit of Christmas: An interview with Wacom

Tuesday, 7th February 2006
“The Habit” in the running for The Greatest Story Never Told!

Friday, 20th January 2006
Baa tickles judges at Wacom E-card Contest

Monday, 19th December 2005
Uji, The Kungfu Cat

Sunday, 20 November 2005
Bringing on the laughs at Animation Nation 2005

Saturday, 19 November 2005
Tidyman at ThinkPix™ - a new generation of ad appreciation

Friday, 18 November 2005
Lacklustre Lucy bags big wins at CCA 2005

Saturday, 12th November 2005
A Paper Adventure at DesignEdge - IDN 2005

Tuesday, 11 January 2005
NETS and China Union Pay sign groundbreaking deal

Friday, 3 December 2004
Opening of Singapore City Gallery

Saturday, 16 October 2004
TVC to hail the arrival of PSC Nite 2004

Wednesday, 25 August 2004
Rex bags a 1st at Keep Britain Tidy Competition 2004

Tuesday, 17 August 2004
Damian clinches top awards at Future Asia 2029

 

 

 

 
 


Friday - Sunday, 11th - 13th August 2006
Intel unleashes Core2Duo at World Cyber Games 2006

 
 

As national sponsor (Singapore) at the World Cyber Games 2006, Intel upped the tempo with an impressive showcase to mirror the blast its Core2Duo technology is creating in the marketplace. Visitors were treated to gaming stations, dance performances, lucky draws and prize giveaways.

We brought on more superhero action with our introduction of Intel’s own gaming queen, the face of the Intel Core2Duo campaign. It was a visual feast for enthusiastic fans and gamers, who flocked the booth for a piece of the fun.

Feature: Marketing Magazine, September issue, Pg 22.

 
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January-March 2006
StarHub Christmas chess-card receives special mention in Marketing Magazine

 
 

We’re seeing stars again as StarHub’s Christmas greeting card gets a special feature in Marketing magazine, enjoying a bit of industry glitz and attention. StarHub’s head of corporate communications says the chess-card set is a hit with their customers and business associates, and we're happy that our little innovation made it into the limelight, and is now a popular showpiece for our customer.

1st Feature: Marketing Magazine, January issue, Pg 13
2nd Feature: Marketing Magazine, March issue, Pg 6

 
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Wednesday, 15th March 2006
Capturing the Spirit of Christmas: An interview with Wacom

 
 

Rex is poster boy once again as he makes the e-headlines at Wacom’s website, revealing trade secrets about working magic with Wacom products. But seriously, the nice people at Wacom just wanted a feature on him for robbing them of another fine product from the store - through legitimate means, of course. Thank you, Wacom - Rex can’t stop fiddling with his new toy, and he’ll be working hard to sweep more of your treasures next year.

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Tuesday, 7th February 2006
“The Habit” in the running for The Greatest Story Never Told!

 
 

“The Greatest Story Never Told” is an annual event that collects animated shorts from all over the world to compete for its title. We’re so pleased that “The Habit” now stands alongside 19 other fabulous entries to make a finalist position in the running for top spot. The final race is now open to public voting until late March - we’re keeping our hopes up that booger-licking good would strike a familiar chord with audiences all over.

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Friday, 20th January 2006
Baa tickles judges at Wacom E-card Contest

 
 

Following our beloved tradition of sending our home-made e-cards to friends, supporters and loved ones, we designed a Christmas greeting to celebrate the season and bring a laugh to all good people. This time, we made Baa (the black sheep) our Christmas ambassador to help spread the festive cheer, and he returns with a harvest of gifts when he bags the top prize in the funniest story category at the Wacom E-card Contest.

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Monday, 19th December 2005
Uji, The Kungfu Cat

 
 

We’re counting the days to the launch of our new warrior, our very own beloved cartoon cat whom we expect to charm audiences with his quirky ways and fabulous kungfu moves. Lookout for Uji when he comes prowling into town - we promise you a roaring good time!

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Sunday, 20 November 2005
Bringing on the laughs at Animation Nation 2005

 
 

We’re proud to have presented our 1-minute animation clip, “The Habit” at the Singapore History Museum, as part of Animation Nation this year.

This little story about a simple man and his booger brought on the laughs for the audience, and has inspired us to work on further ideas to expand
his story to include a series of other undesirable habits that we’re only all too familiar with.

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Saturday, 19 November 2005
Tidyman at ThinkPix™ - a new generation of ad appreciation

 
 
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Thinkpix™ launches four Smart Display Systems at Orchard Cineleisure, promising a revolutionary way of delivering content in public venues. Furryfish is proud have contributed our Tidyman animation clip as content featured in their launch, alongside movie trailers and innovative marketing messages to inform and entertain movie-goers and passers-by.

Thinkpix™ assembles, schedules and delivers interactive full-motion and sound video content over their display systems, allowing content to change automatically based on activity in the immediate environment, enabling real-time tracking of consumer interactivity and transactions.

Visit www.thinkpix.com to find out more.

 
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Friday, 18 November 2005
Lacklustre Lucy bags big wins at CCA 2005

 
 
 

One of our proudest moments this year. Lacklustre Lucy, our favourite little story about how a sad little girl gets to smile again when she experiences the joy of colour, is now a happy, trophied princess.

At the Creative Circle Awards this year, Lacklustre Lucy bagged 2 Silvers (Television & Cinema-Cinema-Individual and Craft in Television & Cinema-Animation/computer generated images) and a Bronze (Craft in Television & Cinema-Soundtrack/Music). This was the harvest of a most fruitful and happy collaboration between McCann Erickson and our team - we look forward to more exciting projects with you, guys!!

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Saturday, 12th November 2005
A Paper Adventure at DesignEdge - IDN 2005

 
 

Our team was proud to be one of seven selected to present at this year’s International Design Forum, in a special themed event titled “DesignEdge”.

It was a journey back to the basics when a joint brief to present ideas using paper saw us crafting the most ridiculous objects out of paper and paper alone. Our funny little story, “Paperman”, might well have been the shortest (and fastest) movie ever made, shot entirely with a mobile phone (the Sony Ericsson K750i, no less).

A fun little adventure - and we were happy to have shared meaningfully with with designers from varied disciplines. Many thanks to MICA for this opportunity!

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Tuesday, 11 January, 2005
NETS and China Union Pay sign groundbreaking deal

 
 

NETS has announced its landmark deal with China Union Pay (CUP) that will enable visitors from China to use their CUP-affiliated credit and debit cards directly in Singapore for shopping and cash withdrawal transactions.

Furryfish is honoured to have been commissioned to design and produce marketing collateral in support of this significant event, and we look forward to greater collaborations ahead.

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Friday, 3 December, 2004
Opening of Singapore City Gallery

 
 
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The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has unveiled the newly refurbished Singapore City Gallery, showcasing a host of interactive exhibits, multimedia programmes and games housed within its impressive compound spanning across three storeys at the URA Centre. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long was present at the Gallery’s inauguration, kicking off its grand opening with a spirited speech on our city’s changing landscape.

Furryfish is proud to have worked with CVA Film and Television (Australia) to produce a 7-minute animated feature titled “How Do We Plan” that engages audiences in the basic processes of city planning in an informative, fun and interactive manner.

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Saturday, 16 October, 2004
TVC to hail the arrival of PSC Nite 2004

 
 

Furryfish’s animation is featured in a TV commercial that ushers in the return of the popular local variety game show, PSC Nite.

Beginning from Saturday, 16 October 2004, the show is aired over Medicorp’s Channel 8 and features local celebrity hosts, DJs and overseas artistes in an exciting lineup of performances, talent showcases, games and lucky draws for PSC customers.

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Wednesday, 25 August, 2004
Rex bags a 1st at Keep Britain Tidy Competition 2004

 
 

Organised by the charity ENCMAS, the Keep Britain Tidy Competition was an initiative to revamp Britain’s anti-littering campaign, traditionally represented by the infamous Tidyman symbol.

This year, the competition called for entries to use animation to inject life into the Tidyman character, and to spin a fun story to help promote its anti-littering theme on the internet. It was suggested by organizers that the entry should be “fun, humorous, ironic, subversive and embrace perversity or stupidity.”

Furryfish’s Rex Lee proved his mettle when he bagged the first prize in this international competition, winning over our British counterparts with a hilarious entry about a bank robbery.

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Tuesday, 17 August, 2004
Damian clinches top awards at Future Asia 2029

 
 
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GREAT NEWS!! Our very own Damian has clinched 2 top awards at the recent Future Asia 2029 competition, under the categories of Best of Story, and Best of Creative Youth Exchange.

On behalf of Damian, we wish to thank the organiser, Creative Industries Singapore (MICA), for the opportunity to participate in this exciting regional event, and for the invaluable knowledge and experience gained from it.

Many thanks also to Phish Communications for their patience and help through the competition experience - your unfailing support is very much appreciated.

We would also like to thank the esteemed panel of judges (Mr Piyush Pandey, Mr Francis Ford Coppola, Ms Jennie Chua, Mr Ho Kwon Ping & Mr Al Ries) for sharing some invaluable personal insights, and for their support for Damian’s work. We are privileged to have shared your presence on this special day.

And finally, sincere thanks to members of the public who have enjoyed our work. We will continuously strive to better our creative expressions as we grow along with you.

 
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