David Armand is an English comedian, actor and writer. He is best known in YouTube for his dance interpretation of “Torn” by artist Natalie Imbruglia. Check out his witty and creative ways to interpret the lyrics of this song.
So not to long ago online, on YouTube I was able to come across a very interesting video which demonstrates how two individuals named Rhett and Link were able to create a commercial for two well-known selling brands known as McDonald’s and Coke. They were first discovered through their creativity in making a video through YouTube called T-Shirt War which was a stop-motion animated video that enable viewers to see a war between the two individuals through their t-shirts. Through the graphics, sounds, and animations, Rhett and Link were able to go at war against each other by visually communicating and making the graphics in their t-shirts come to life.
So you can get a better idea as to what they do, here is a link of the first video which got them discovered:
As you can see they make everything come to life through their expressions, movements, and animation. Now, you are probably wondering the steps they took in order to create such a creative video.
Well, in this video below, Rhett and Link give us a full sneak peek of the process, creation, and editing of the T-Shirt War 2 video for the McDonald’s and Coke commercial. This video is a form of process documentation because it shows the steps as to how they make the graphics, animations, and sounds for this commercial:
As a communication design major, it is exciting to see how two individuals landed on such a great opportunity and are able to recreate and demonstrate to all their talent through the making of The T-Shirt War 2 Commercial. I also like the fact that they show and give credit to all of the other people who took part in contributing and in making this project happen.