Girl Guides take the biscuit, go on animated charm offensive

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  • March 6, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Girl Guides take the biscuit, go on animated charm offensive

Youtube VideoEvery year young girls lug boxes of biscuits around suburban neighbourhoods, knocking on doors and smiling sweetly as they try to raise some much-needed money by feeding what could be seen as a longterm national addiction. This year Assignment enlisted the help of Yukfoo for the fundraising campaign and, with the voice talent of three Guides and netball star Maria Tuta'ia, as well as a dose of Yukfoo's typically impressive animation, it's hoping the charm offensive will help boost the number of Griffin's biccies being dunked around the country (if you want to avoid the grey sludge at the bottom of your cup, you'll be pleased to know that mechanical engineers in the UK have devised a mathematical formula to ensure the perfect technique).

Credits:  

Agency: Assignment

Production company: Yukfoo

Director - Alex Dron

Designer - Stacy Eyles

 

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