Animade’s latest project in collaboration with UKTV intricately traverses a lifetime of stories.
Lovely animation over live action from Digit & Ben Collier-Marsh
Some really nice grungy, hand drawn retro treatment to basketball footage in this main title for “Shut up and dribble”
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Opening titles for “CIVIL 80”, a documentary TV series about the Spanish civil war. Created by Antoni Sendra AKA PODENCO – a spanish freelance director specializing in mixed media driven projects.
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.
These are the original sequences animated by Robert Grieves.
The series won Outstanding Motion Design at the 2015 Emmys.
In todays Gig Economy, workers rights feel like a thing of the past. But 300 years ago, conditions in Britain were so extreme that death at work was commonplace. This sparked the worlds first trade unions that still fight for workers today.
“The Mouse” by Slurpy Studios
An animation supporting the IICSA’s Truth Project.
by Voicing CSA with Slurpy Studios and Collage Arts
Story – Katie Steed and Phillip Lafferty, Animation – Fern Bailey, Animation Producer – Aaron Wood, Animation Director – Katie Steed, Produced by Chris Harper
A gambler, who is trapped in a life-threatening mindstate, confesses the dark story of his life on how much he lost by chasing his losses.
Written and Directed by Mantas Gr
Illustration and Animation: Mantas Gr
Music and Sound Design: Zing Audio
Audio Mastering: Dan Solovitz
Script Editor: James Nixon
Sex, religion and envy how Freud and Jungs frenetic friendship tore itself apart. Directed and animated by Andrew Khosravani. Produced by Kellen Quinn.
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
Multiple recorded voices from AA meetings explored through hand-drawn animation.
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.
Explainer video for Swiss Fin Lab, that promotes their ZOA service. By Explain Ninja.
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.
“Blue is the world’s favourite colour”
Moth worked with CNN and Dr. James Fox to produce a film for their Colour Scope series.
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 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.
A characterful explainer from Simon Tibbs integrating dynamic 3d coins into a quirky 2d world.
Some nice hand drawn kinetic typography from Simon Tibbs
Agency: Sapient Razorfish
Role: Animation & Illustration
Sound: OBR Studios
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.
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
A great short film by Andrew D. Zimbelman
Based on the poem by Billy Collins.
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.
Quirky and fun cell animation over taking heads
Fantastic and beautiful animation by Sebastien Laudenbach for l’Opera National de Paris.
First-time directors James Allen and Mike Skrgatic at East Londons Time Based Arts combine a full compliment of their studios VFX, animation, and illustration talents into this spectacular 90-second opus for Honda thru Wieden+Kennedy.
Now this is just a clever idea.
Job well done! Yonatan Tal.
Stylish watercolour overlays of colour in a stop-motion animated film about the world we live in.
Created for the Visible Poetry Project 2017 visiblepoetryproject.com/
Animated by Anna Eijsbouts
Joyful little animation from Mathieu Libman – which showcase a wide range of styles and techniques.
Nice french documentary with animated faces to keep the anonymity.
Really cool idents from Impactist, based in Portland Oregan
Paper cutouts, hand-drawn animation and 3D boxes all in a stop-frame slower frame rate, combine seamlessly for this black and white promotion for 50 years of Vans shoes.
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.
A very simple and elegant painterly end sequence from Blur Studio.
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.
So this is how they make Swiss/Italian watches! A really nice animation playing on scale from Parallel. Also a great piece of sound design from Alexandre Poirier which really adds to the whole atmosphere.
GoldenWolf design”Infinite Doom” as an ident for Adult Swim’s Venture Bros show. An infinate zoom, simply using a series of illustrations with a straight camera pan. Nice illustrations from clever angles add interest to very straight-forward animation.
Here is another animated film with lovely characters on a simple story by Gabriel H Fermanelli.
One of a series of promos for Ultimate Fighter on Fox using rapid editing and splashes of hand-drawn type and scratched elements. By State Design.
Golden Media introduced a nice film mixing footage and animation.
A mixture of 3D & 2D on this nice little animation from ‘First 10’.
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.
Paypal’s TV advert tracks doodles around the presenter to animate ideas in a fun sketchy way. A white, clean room behind gives it an airy, light feel.
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.
Another nice animation from the New York times series on Modern Love by Stuart Langfield. Simple animated elements connect to a narrative voiceover by pinpointing individual phrases or words to animate. Works well as a simple serious alternative to the infographic.
Mill+ co-director Ben Smith and co-director Bryce Wymer teamed up with Netflix to create the title sequence for Marco Polo and most appears to be achieved on camera but with a lot of planning.
Nice work from Shilo, based on simple handdrawn animations tracked to a breakfast scene.
Watercolour-like animation using 3D characters but rendered in a very painterly fashion. By Little Fluffy Clouds.
Here a beautiful animation, with watercolor and hand drawn animation.
Just a lovely story, amazing animation and splendid colour by Ian Worrel.
Only one long shot with nice animation by Celia Bullwinkel.
Beautiful colorful animation by Miguel Jiron
Nice bi colour, hand-drawn animation by Freddy Arenas.
Nice hand-drawn colorful animation with a mixture of techniques by Felix Massie
Mixture with 2D and 3D animation by Edlyn Capulong.
Music promo for The Leisure Society by Persistent Peril. Simple idea beautifully crafted, getting more complex and quirkier as the track builds.
Film about the medical condition of Cystic Fibrosis. Using just yellow, black and white in a a hand-drawn way the film transitions throughout different scenarios people and text to describe how the condition affects it’s sufferers.
Hand drawn simple animation, with ink and paper depict a cut-down TED talk, by Moth Collective.
Chalk board style animation by Art & Graft, describing one boy’s experience using animation of chalk lines and clever transitions.
A Big mixture of CGI, stop motion, animation and live action seemless mix in this crafted advert for the Sun.
Charming infographic using alot of animation to state of the pressures of education in Idaho. A nice mixture of hand drawn animation and transitions give the film a very different look.
An 80’s themed ident, using painterly effects and smooth animation, give it modern reworking of an 80s style ident.
Yes slavery is still with us in some parts and this film questions our role in that trade. From Daniel Stewart working with Epipheo studios and Kasey Lum.
Short animated film by Philip Watts combining ’tilt shift’ cityscapes, traditional animation and some great little visual effects. Beware of the little green monster.
A great hybrid of traditional animation and live action from ‘Les Telecreateurs design’. One can only imagine that this was quite a complex piece of work to composite as successfully as this.
A short animation made for Penguin Books to help promote ‘Is That A Fish In Your Ear?’ by David Bellos. Animation by Matthew Young.
A nicely shot and animated homage to the individuals who have produced landmark titles for features in the past.
Telling the story of a Toyota, the “open book” idea is used again, but with ink and more of a travel guide. The apply a variety of techniques on a standard theme as the video progresses.
Nice mix of 2D animation with 3D to give a flawless subtle look. Simple and subdued it warns of the health issues with certain fizzy drinks.
Quintessentially British film from the Royal College, animating line drawn illustrations.
Quirky puppet style animation added a comical twist to the outrageous expenses scandal. Illustrative styling and cut out photos allowed a mix real people without being too liable for Channel 4.
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‘High School’ doodles animate in to provide a young naive feel to the hand-drawn titles.
Simple animated lego characters sit on an environment of an animated moleskin background. Fun and quirky with simple but sophisticated animation.
We used quirky animation and a mixed paper layout to roam across individuals and details in for Dispatches’ investigation into HMRC. Elements are drawn appear with marker pens to direct the viewer to different areas.
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Title sequence using image mapping of 2D paintings on to 3D objects.
We’ve experimenting with techniques to bleed through images, either from one to another to fade in an image, giving it a natural, organic introduction.
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Car Commercial using pencil sketching mapped on to a 3D service to create a graphical feel and advertise craftmanship
Mixing live action with rotoscoped animation and stop-frame to create a mixed media look.
Advert for Wacom software, mixing hand drawn animation with live action
End credits rotoscoping frames in a hand-drawn ink style over video footage.
Promotional video using extreme close-ups and camera angles with VFX to produce an moving journey through music.