This trailer from Oscar nominated short animation by Theodore Ushev, uses an encaustic technique where the paint is mixed with beeswax.
CNN Internationals content studio, Create, entrusted us with producing an inspiring animation about EDOF; a charity that works with the Red Cross, as well as nurturing and funding younger NGOs.
Produced and created by Mummu
An animated interpretation of Denice Frohman’s poem “Accents”
This animation created for NSPCC, sets out to explain the Tipping the Scales concept which describes the outcomes of child development.
Produced by Fred & Eric
Producers: Jamie Pigram & Sarah Killeen
Creative Direction: Maggie Rogers
Design & Animation: FAB
The goal of this animation is to bring attention to the barriers women face in gaining secure rights to land and natural resources, and in benefiting from natural resource investments and related legal and regulatory reforms, as well as showcase proven ways to address these barriers in developing country contexts.
From NPR Invisibilia podcast, this animation explores the fascinating mystery of locusts and our sense of self.
A really nice animation from Squarefish – great use of textures, colour and character animation.
Production company Aggressive combined live action, playful hand-drawn illustration and dynamic music and sound design to create a multi-dimensional spot that brings a little whimsy into the real world.
This piece was made to promote awareness about a very serious psychological issue, Anxiety.
Bulb is the UK’s fastest growing energy company. It also happens to use 100% renewable electricity. That’s pretty nice, right?
This part of a series of films directed by myself and Joe Pelling at Blink Ink for Bulb Energy. It features the comedic talents of Tim Key and Ellie White and was written by the fine people at Anomaly.
Production Company: Blinkink
To celebrate the launch of the new Chile Team Kit, Golden Wolf worked with Nike Football to create this endlessly zooming animation which was used across social media as well as in-store.
In Rivers Solomon’s animated short story “St. Juju,” a young woman must choose between her secure enclave and the one she loves.
Directed by: Allen Laseter
Creative Direction: The Verge
Dynamic motion graphics for credits with mixed media.
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.
Retro style graphics in a 2D graphic style contributes a swinging soundtrack. A fifties style animation similar to Catch Me if You Can.