A montage of recent projects and some old favourites.
Includes work for 'Elizabeth I's Secret Agents' for 72 Films, 'Honey Monster Puffs' for Finn Communications, 'Starbucks' for 72&Sunny, 'Map of Hell' for National Geographic and 'The Long March Indoors' for REI.
You can see more of our work on Vimeo.
Client: Finn Communications
We were asked by Finn Communications to create an animation for the rebrand of breakfast cereal 'Honey Monster Puffs'.
Finn wanted the film to reflect the lighter sugar content and natural approach increasingly seen within the cereal market. Our animation 'The Making of Honey Monster Puffs’ follows Honey Monster through various elaborate, convoluted and humorous ways of selecting the grains of wheat, puffing them and adding a 'dash' of honey.
This is the first time that Honey Monster has been illustrated and animated so we chose a hand-drawn approach to maintain the new illustrated look. We combined the drawn animation of the character with some simple 3D props which gave the world a greater sense of depth and complexity.
A very satisfying exercise in laying type over some classic films for BBC Worldwide's culture section.
Client: REI / Futerra
In partnership with Trunk Animation we created this short film for American retailer REI. The film tells the story of humanity's retreat indoors - starting with simple structures to shelter from the elements and early farming to suburban houses and mega-cities - we now spend 95% of our time inside. REI hopes to encourage people to 'OptOutside' and re-engage with their surroundings.
Client: Healthy iO
With technology company Healthy iO we created this animation to explain how their new Dip iO product will revolutionise urine testing. By harnessing the power of your smartphone and turning into a clinical grade scanning machine they will simplify the process for millions of people across the globe.
Commercial / Print
We created these short animations for 72andSunny as part of an ongoing TV and Social Media campaign for Starbucks.
Client: Hazel Brands
Working with design practice Hazel Brands we brought their simple H character to life for new skills market website Humans.net. The H needed to do any job that the website catered for - from cleaners to mixologists and I.T to superhero.
In partnership with Trunk Animation we created the music video for 'Ong Ong' from Blur's latest album 'The Magic Whip'.
Influenced by classic video games like Mario Bros, Donkey Kong and Pac Man. The video features Mr OK on a quest to be reunited with his girlfriend but must complete each level to get there.
Client: Multiple Sclerosis Society
We were approached by the MS Society to create an animation which would show the causes of multiple sclerosis but also demonstrate the potential to actually stop the disease with the funding of new research and a unique clinical trial.
To find out more about the MS Society visit www.mssociety.org.uk
Clients: The Edge Picture Company / KCA / Mishkat
'Saving Joule' is a 12 min short film following a robot's quest to power his ship and rejoin his lost fleet. Exclusively showing at Mishkat Center for Atomic and Renewable Energy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from Spring 2015.
Working with Adrian Johnson we created this short film 'Meet Marcus: A K12 Day-in-the-Life' for online public school K12.
A short film to promote Igloo Homemade Homes.
Various commercial and non-commercial animated GIFS.
In partnership with Trunk Animation we created 8 films for internet security experts Kaspersky. We were asked to create a concept that would help explain their various products while remaining bright, colourful and engaging.
Clients: Red Bee Media / BBC
The title sequence for The Culture Show took their already established branding and turned it into something new. The simple black and blue silhouettes become various cultural reference from the worlds of film, art and music.
Client: Red Bee Media / BBC
We created a series of short 'infotainment' films for CBeebies, mixing live-action with colourful animated characters in a richly illustrated world.
Client: Bill and Ben Productions
We were one of fourteen animation studios that directed sections of the feature length stereoscopic 3D film based on the memoir of Monty Python's Graham Chapman.
Our section is perhaps one of the only truly autobiographical sections in which Graham's dad collected body parts after a plane crash during the Second World War and is voiced by Graham Chapman, Terry Jones and Michael Palin.