'An insurgent in the White House', cover of Feb 4th issue of The Economist by Miles Donovan at Peepshow. Art Director: Stephen Petch
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.
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.
We created animated typography for 'Railway Nation: A Journey In Verse' a documentary on BBC2 produced by Blast Films.
Following in the footsteps of W H Auden's classic 1936 documentary 'Night Mail', six of Britain's best poets take the train from London to Glasgow, discovering stories of love, loss and longing among the passengers today, and capturing the journey in verse. Maxine Peake narrates.
Limited Edition Kiehl's packaging for Le Bon Marché in Paris by Miles Donovan.
'Is Fall TV Still A Thing', cover of The Washington Post 'Art & Style' section by Miles Donovan.
Illustrations by Lucy Vigrass for Pearson Education, commissioned by Together Design.
Illustration by Lucy Vigrass, Animation by Pete Mellor, Music by High Tribe.
'International Moral Dilemmas' by Luke Best for GEO Magazin.
Spencer worked with Livity on Persil's - Dirt is Good - campaign, creating the lead character, background assets and icons for there Wild Explorers app which encourages kids to get outside and play. Whether its creating a bug hotel, a rain catcher or making nature art, the activities are conveniently grouped depending on how much time you have to get your hands (and feet) stuck into nature ; )
Available as a free download here
Big thanks to Neill Furmston for the creative direction.
MS is an unpredictable, progressive and incurable condition affecting 100,000 people in the UK.
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
Animation Director: Pete Mellor
Art Direction & Illustration: Luke Best
Animation: Pete Mellor, Chris Sayer
Narration: Professor Robin Franklin
Sound Design & Music: David Lightfoot