Really nice animation about rise, using a cutout textural style.
Dynamic motion graphics for credits with mixed media.
A powerful and moving film telling the true story of the Pearcey family for the Princess Alice Hospice
Animade’s latest project in collaboration with UKTV intricately traverses a lifetime of stories.
An ancient letter, written at a time when beauty and hope were difficult to see in the world.
This short film aims to highlight the importance of compostable materials with regards to changing the way we package goods in the future.
Great animation outlining how we can all make a difference by reducing, reusing and recycling!
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An impressive animation from director Elliot Lim, utilizing a paper cutout aesthetic.
Great explainer about what causes heartburn directed by Sarah Beth Morgan.
One of the episodes from the animated A to Z guide for children aged 11-14 that explores and introduces a variety of religious topics.
This is SAUSAGE, the multi award winning and Oscar long-listed animated short film, directed by Robert Grieves.
These are the original sequences animated by Robert Grieves.
The series won Outstanding Motion Design at the 2015 Emmys.
This animation was commissioned by the Forestry Commission Scotland to communicate the significant contribution of forestry to the economy.
A nice piece of motion graphics from Moving Colour detailing highlights from the life of Katherine Johnson realised in a quirky cutout style.
A visual essay exploring the future technology of synthetic biology.
By Vasil Hnatiuk
Official music video for Jane Bordeaux’s ‘Maagalim’. In a forgotten old penny arcade, a wooden doll is stuck in place and time.
Producers: Uri Lotan & Yoav Shtibelman, Art Director: Ovadia Benishu
A quirky animation about human rights, featuring zebras.
Story (based on an original script by APC): Frdric Dubois
Illustration/Animation: Macaia Studio
Sound design: Hannes Schulze
Voice: Thaddea Tsering
This film explains the simplicity and the complexity of pi/3.14 in quite a beautiful way.
Director/animator: Rebecka Taule
Music: Jim Zamerski
Nice 3d colourful animation with pulling and pushing assets into the scene.
By Bite&Bark – Illustrations: Lee Roberts, Ash Spurr
3D: Alex Shackleton, Richard Taylor, Nick Quayle, Alex Hilbert
Animation: Alfonso Petrovita, Nick Quayle
RocketPanda worked alongside long time friends NY based Aggressive, to create two spots for Jones Dairy Farm, by bringing to life an animated rural setting on a real kitchen counter.
This video was created to be released and shared during American Heart Month (February) to help bring awareness to heart disease and encourage Americans to move more.
Great animation from Tulip’s and Chimney’s, taking something painfully ordinary like a commute to work, and giving it that extraordinary Hendricks sense of wonder.
Explainer video for Swiss Fin Lab, that promotes their ZOA service. By Explain Ninja.
A great animation for Carlsberg with lots of cutouts. By Assembly.
Series of short adverts for US bank, Wells Fargo. Lovely textures and transitions.
Directed by We Are Royale
Creative Director: Brien Holman
Producer: Jen Beall
Art Director: Heather Aquino
Designers: Rury Lee, Jackie Doan
Character Animation: Tyler Morgan, Andrew Embury
2D Animation: Tyler Morgan, Andrew Embury, Handel Eugene
3D Animation: Patrick Clarke, Andrew Embury, Handel Eugene
Beautiful animation created by Han Del Eugene.
Unfortunately this little guy never saw the light of day but thought the project was too pretty to leave in the archives. The spot focused on getting internet to more people and how two thirds of the world is without access. (We removed the VO and client info) .. Enjoy!
Directed by Gunner
Illustration: Ian Sigmon
2D Animation: Nick Forshee, Ian Sigmon, Josh Jouppi
3D Animation: Nick Forshee, Josh Jouppi
Sound Design & Music: Bryan & Steve
Asana’s got a whole new wardrobe! Giant Ant worked with them to help launch their sexy new look with a gradienty swoopy motiony extravaganza.
Agency: Giant Ant
Creative Direction: Jorge Canedo Estrada & Jay Grandin
Producer: Liam Hogan
Concept Art: Jay Grandin, Jorge Canedo Estrada, Rafael Mayani & Shawn Hight
Design: Rafael Mayani
Additional Design: Jorge Canedo Estrada
Animation: Jorge Canedo Estrada, Nicholas Ferreira & Matt James
Youre 23, your hearts been broken and theres a long, hard slog of study stretching out in front of you. What do you do? For Elspeth Beard, a round-the-world trip on the back of her 1974 BMW R60/6 flat-twin motorbike proved the ultimate remedy for a wounded heart and weary head.
Animated by Joe Brooks.
A fun animation from LooseKeys on their creative process utilizing a fun line art style.
Commissioned by the Dutch NGO RNW Media, Change Makers is an animation film about those young women and men who live in fragile or repressive states, usually going through civil unrest and conflict.
These young people often represent the majority of their countrys population, yet they’re ignored and denied crucial information and services.
A personal project from Nas Alhusain detailing her observations on creativity.
A personal project from Terrence Ginja Martinho based on the book “Man Meets Woman.”
A series of interstitials on the do’s and definitely do nots of travelling the world. Some quirky 2d character animation from Picnic studios
Some playful hand drawn animations over live action from Gentleman Scholar.
Created by Simon Tibbs
Produced: Media Nerd
Sound: Media Nerd
A characterful explainer from Simon Tibbs integrating dynamic 3d coins into a quirky 2d world.
A Guide to Figure Skating – Brought to you by Toyota
WWF has created a water stewardship report to help businesses assess their risks and use water stewardship steps to tackle them.
From Nice & Serious, Creative Director: Tom Tapper, Producer: Segolene Meheust, Animation Director: Luke Marsh, Design & Animation: Luke Marsh, Kirstin Smith, Sound Design: Serafima Serafimova / Audionetwork
We Are Royale animate a series of five groundbreaking ads designed to expand recruitment for the British Army by directly confronting the concerns of women, gays, Muslims, and those who fear they are too emotional or physically unfit to serve.
A glitzy, quirky animation advertising ‘The Game For Fame’ by Simon Tibbs.
Animator: Simon Tibbs
Client: The Game for Fame
Role: Pre-production, Art Direction, Illustration, Animation
Music: Morgan Samuel
A personal project from Simon Tibbs paying homage to his all time favourite GTA radio advert, featured on Vice City.
In this quirky animation, Headspace’s co-founder, Andy Puddicombe, describes the stillness that’s present in all our minds.
Colorscope is an award-winning series exploring our perception of color and its use across cultures one shade at a time. Orange is the colour of sunsets, budget airlines, traffic cones and protestants, but it can also be toxic!
Writer and Narrator: Dr. James Fox
Producer: Sarah-Grace Mankarious
Production Company: Nexus Studios
Director: Emmanuelle Walker
Producer: Greet Kallikorm
Production Assistant: Islay Leefe-Griffiths
Executive Producer: Chris OReilly, Charlotte Bavasso
Production Company: Nexus Studios
Lot’s of animation styles combined to create this quirky animation to raise awareness for testicular cancer. Great work from StudioAKA
One of 6 short films by Slurpy Studios for RIW (Remember It’s Waterproof).
Each film was created to explore a common mistake in the waterproofing process, and to show architects and builders the potential consequences of not doing it properly. They are a funny and tongue in cheek way of talking about quite a serious and technical problem.
They are designed in a 1950’s ‘UPA’ style, with strong character profiles, no straight lines and a carefully designed colour palette. The animation is fun and cartoony, with ‘rubber-hose’ limbs.
Commissioned by Harvest Digital on behalf of Comic Relief and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), Slurpy Studios worked with Who Are They Productions to produce a short animated film piece to promote the GPE Education Campaign at the UN General Assembly.
Amazing work from Parabella and Blinkink on the trailer for The Great British Bake Off.
Swimming in tea from cirque du Soleil and the Mill.
We had the most fun ever on this fast turn around spot for Mailchimp, introducing their Google Retargeting Ads integration! On what could have been a UI tour, they let us tell the story using Pearl, a short attention spanned feline wandering the internet in search of yarn.
Very nice animation. by Giant ant.
Lively animation from Laundry, using black and white photographic collage elements, with overlaid colours and annotations.
Fantastic and beautiful animation by Sebastien Laudenbach for l’Opera National de Paris.
Really good character animation with nice poses and attitudes according to emotions. Big fan!
Directed by Oddfellows
Nice animation. What kind of green are you?
Produced by Sarah-Grace Mankarious and design by Rafael Mayani. Commissioned by CNN International.
Animated intro video for MediaMolecule’s Twitch stream combining live action with playful animation.
Animation/Direction: Dan Castro
Illustration: Rex Crowle
Now this is just a clever idea.
Job well done! Yonatan Tal.
Split screen of graphics and imagery to convey the message.
Colourful and dynamic motion graphics by Donghyun Lee.
Joyful little animation from Mathieu Libman – which showcase a wide range of styles and techniques.
Really ecletic mix of styles in these series of animations from Dutch firm PlusOne.
The names of the consumer brands have been removed but all the more intriging.
Nice little experimental animation based on posters by Ross Gunter. Animated & produced by Tiny Dog Creative using Newton Dynamics in After Effects.
BBC Education has got a beautiful promo for 2017. It mixes live action with 3d, animation… all around the periodic element table. Directed by weareflink.
Dots go wild. Artistic but still technical, with colour and energy. Agency: B-Reel. Creative Director: Chris Kelly Art Director: Colin Trenter
Elastic produced these idents for the annual awards, directed by Patrick Clair. Lots of anarchic looped animations.
Nice short film, mixing animation to the live action. Love the idea of the postal card.
Film for Soa Aids Nederland. Part of the campaign to raise awareness about sexually transmitted infections and HIV among people living in the Netherlands from sub-Saharan Africa, Suriname, the Dutch Antilles and Aruba.
Celebrating the demise of the smoker. Lovely animation for the Center for Disease ControlAgency: ICF International . Directed by: Melanie Dorn & Sean McClintock
2D or 3D? I can’t quiet decide. A new, interesting look and shading gives a flat but intricately lit environment. Directed and animated by Bercu & Geoffrey.
This Buck video should come with a saccharine warning, as the music and small american kids talking about puppies does verge on the nauseating, but it’s a nice animation which manages to slickly combine multiple animation looks and live action in the blink of an eye.
2viente recreate Disney with classic geometric shapes. Each classic film is recognisable through the animation of simple geography, and matches with a modern colour palette and nice transitions add a unusual twist to a Disney channel advert.
The American World Jewish Service work with Gunner to produce this infographic. An illustrative approach mixed with traditional original ideas create a Buck-like feel.
Giant Ant return with another video for Costa Sunglasses, in a sunny florida setting. One simple pan, transitioning with passing elements shows a whole journey in one beautifully crafted move.
Beautiful interplay of 2D and 3D elements in this brand promo for Memorial Sloan Kettering directed by Ege Souyer. The impeccably elegant animations create a sense of confidence and control befitting a cancer treatment center.
A scary futuristic vision of how augmented reality could influence our lives perhaps? Created by Keiichi Matsuda.
Another great piece from Quentin Baillieux (Parallel) with animation from Florent Remize. There’s a very continental retro styling here similar to the Pernod advert also on Sketchpad.
Here is another animated film with lovely characters on a simple story by Gabriel H Fermanelli.
Nice animation using the shape of a circle in all other different scene, by Chromosphere.
A great piece of work using many visual/shooting styles. Great voice-over script and sound design.
Production Company – The Sweet Shop
Director – SEGA
From ‘Not to Scale’ and ‘Mirari’, these really nice short animations were commissioned by Ogilvy London showcasing Unilever’s messaging around sustainability.
Nexus animator Jacking Cunningham animates the story of Rashida Jones, the actress growing up in California. The film uses flat, front, also isometric angle animation with simple pencil lines and block sun-tinted colours.
Nice animation from simple circles for BBC.
Great little bit of motiongraphics, cgi & matchmoving by Sorin.
Nata Metlukh creates a hand-drawn short, morphing through different perspectives in colourful city environments.
Inspired by the classic book by Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet is an animated feature film written and directed by Roger Allers (The Lion King), with animated “chapters” from award-winning animation directors from around the world, and featuring world-class musicians, singers, and composers.
Passion Pictures works with the popular children’s book illustrator Oliver Jeffers to create animated advert’s for Kinder Bueno. A charming style with naive text recreate the excellence found in his stories.
A very square geometric take on an infographic with a evening summers light cast over the film. A different perspective on a common film theme by Uli Henrik Streckenbach, the german animator responsible for this fishing film.
Oliver Sin returns with sounds recorded from an evening arranged by the popular online blog ‘It’s Nice That’ in collaboration with HTC. The animations are simple but nicely coloured with a hand drawn edge effect adding interest to the basic shapes.
Using flat colours to create a mix of 3D and 2D with transitions separating it out from a crowded genre of similar films. Screen print texture added to give it that old racing poster feel too.
First film of two commissioned by the British Library, and narrated by Monty Python’s Terry Jones, this small animation investigates how the document came to be under the rule of Bad King John. Animated by Gergely Wootsch.
Interesting tale with limited animation but with great visuals and lighting directed by W. Scott Forbes.