Keep Your Wheels, Bristol City Council
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I’ve completed another animation for the Keep Your Wheels project. ‘Junction Jeopardy’ is the forth installment in the series and advises riders to slow down and adjust their road position when approaching a junction.

Bristol City Council’s Tom Southerby said; “This fantastic animation helps inform young moped/scooter riders on the issues they face at junctions in a humourous and informative way. Ian’s work is always great at getting our key messages across to young riders and I would highly recommend his work for others targeting this age group”.

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Ian Ball
Bristol, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 7737709982

Ian is an immortal small-town vagrant descended from a line of powerful witches. He also makes animation and illustration so impressive your eyes will implode. He has, ahem, won… Show more.

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Profile updated 10th December, 2014
Member since 1st February, 2010
Sneaker Con, Sneaker News, Jostens, BBC Science Focus Magazine, Bristol City Council
Ensuring our website engaged with 16-24 year olds was essential to the success of our campaign. Thankfully we found Ian who had previous experience of designing creative web sites, animations and publicity work aimed at targeting youth markets. His unique artistic style, which has a wide-appeal, allowed us to highlight important road safety messages in an engaging and non authoritive way. We look forward to continue to work with Ian.
— Tom Southerby, Bristol City Council