Eyeyah! highlights the dangers of the internet through animated Public Service Announcements

To raise awareness of Safer Internet Day on the 5th of Feb 2019, we partnered with Nickelodeon to air a 10-part animated series of public-service announcements. 

We worked with 10 illustrators with diverse styles from Singapore, Thailand, Australia, the United Kingdom and France, to create artworks that would educate children on the benefits and dangers of the internet, exploring topics like addiction, privacy, social media and online strangers. These 10 illustrations were then animated by Acid house from the Philippines. 

The animations are airing on Nickelodeon's digital and on-air platforms across Asia, as a part of Nickelodeon International's ongoing 'Together for Good' initiative. 

The 10 videos below are also available on the official EYEYAH! YouTube channel. 

 

Kristian Jones comments on the impact of devices on family time in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Olivier Rinckel explores and explains artificial intelligence in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Yeah Yeah Chloe illustrates how being online too much can be overwhelming in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Adeline Tan brings e-waste to life in this surreal animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon. 

 

 

Dominic Foong explores click farms in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Matt C Stokes depicts a future powered almost entirely by devices in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Esther Goh celebrates the emoji in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

3Land depicts the Internet superhighway as a maze in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Yellow MushMellow brings viruses and binary code to life in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

 

Russell Taysom explores addiction in this animation from the EYEYAH! Internet issue, released on Internet Safety Day through Nickelodeon.

 

Enjoy the Internet, but stay safe!