Agency: YCN Studio
Directed by: BUCK
Executive Creative Director: Ryan Honey
Executive Producer: Maurie Enochson
Producer: Ashley Hsieh
Creative Director: Joshua Harvey
Associate Creative Director: Joe Mullen
Designers: Joshua Harvey, Joe Mullen, Gunnar Pettersson
2D Animators: Laura Yilmaz, Kendra Ryan, Gunnar Pettersson, Claudio Salas, Matt Everton, Thierno Bah, Ege Soyuer, Zach Eastburg, Oliver Dead, Moses Journey
3D Artists: Yates Holley, Alex Dingfelder, Matt Everton
Compositors: Claudio Salas, Alex Dingfelder, Oliver Dead
Music and Sound Design: Antfood
To put into words what it actually took to made this film happened is very difficult, more with my very deficient written english, so i will be short on words and leave you to watch the movie. Anyway i need to say that it took us over a year since the first pitch in August 2012, when i just sent some illustrations, until Jan 2013 that we got the GO to start producing this spot.
Over all this time, we got a lot of ups and downs and literally the project got into the drawer several times. I did a lot of drawings, we develop a lot of ideas, we traveled, we met, we drank, we talked, we sent mails, we did storyboards, we change shots, but always in the best of moods and we actually sorry that his came to an end, because we wanted to keep on this wave of frames and drawings.
Thanks to the creative team @ Martin there for giving me this chance, i learned stuff, i enjoyed stuff and made some friends of the way. And thanks to my team here because they’re awesome and we together sweat the same to work this out.
This campaign have more surprises to come over the next months, and i’m happy to be part of something bigger with studios i learned from and i admire a lot.
I don’t know if you will enjoy this as much as i enjoyed doin’ it. But we certainly made our best for that to happen!
Global Marketing Communication: Jill Baskin
Brand Marketing Director: Janda Lukin
Chief Creative Officer: Joe Alexander
Group Creative Director: Jorge Calleja
Creative Director: David Muhlenfeld
Creative Director: Magnus Hierta
Senior Art Director: Brig White
Planning Director: John Gibson
Managing Director: Steve Humble
Senior Broadcast Producer: Kathy Lippincott
Broadcast Producer: Heather Tanton
Broadcast Junior Producer: Caroline Helms
Production Company: Studio Animal
Director: Martin Allais
Producer: Maria Soler Chopo
Illustration: Martin Allais
Storyboards: Martin Allais
Animatic: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Matt Deans
Animator: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Pablo Navarro, Dani Alcaraz
Tracing and color:Ezequiel Cruz, Macarena Ortega, Eva Puyuelo, Joel Morales
Compositing: Santi Justribó Martin Allais
Music (performed by): Owl City (Adam Young)
Voiceover talent: Owl City (Adam Young)
Original Music and Lyrics: David Muhlenfeld (English Major, LLC)
Be sure to check out weareroyale.com for more fun work. Ever wonder what would happen if you gave the Big Bad Wolf an Oreo? We wonder that every Monday as we dunk our company wide Oreo’s in tall glasses of Muscle Milk. We’re so glad to be a part of the brilliant “Wonderfilled” campaign cooked up by the good people at The Martin Agency. The 30 second anthem spot answers the age old question “Wonder if…” with a romp through a painted CG world of vampires, wolves, and 3 legendary little piggies. Featuring the awesome voice stylings of Owl City, the campaign inspires the childlike wonder in all of us… We can’t wait to see where it goes from here.
‘I Love Your Work’ is an interactive documentary about the private lives of nine women who make lesbian porn. I spent 10 days following around nine different women, spending 24 hours with each one, and taking short, 10-second video clips every five minutes, filming whatever was happening. The project contains 2,202 of these 10-second clips (around six hours of footage), and I built an interactive interface for browsing through all that material. Most of the footage is ordinary (riding subways, checking email, etc.), but there are some graphic moments, too. The project is less about porn, and more about nine different women navigating the complexities of life, youth, fame, privacy, gender, and sexuality in America today.
The project is limited to just 10 viewers per day, and tickets cost $10 each.
For more information or to schedule a viewing, visit iloveyourwork.net
Created by Jonathan Harris (number27.org)
Copi discovers an amazing cherry called coffee bean and broadcasts a newsreel of information about the facts of coffee.
92nd ADC Awards + Animation Bronze
Produced at Art Center College of Design
Check our making of: ajbae.com/Coffee-Propaganda
Collaboration with Janice Ahn, Yoon Sun Lee, and Zach Eastburg
Beat the Clock “Subway Polka”
Special Thanks to:
Rob Garrot and Miguel Lee
My thesis animation done at School of Visual Arts, class of 2013, Computer Art MFA.
Software used: Houdini (animation), Reason (music), Nuke (comp), After Effects (final render), Processing (pre-viz)
A full description of the piece along with some still frames can be found at: dbsierra.com
‘Magma’ is the very first Dvein’s music video for The Vein’s new single.
Direction & Art Direction: Dvein
Post-production & VFX: Dvein
ZBrush Artist: Luis Gómez Guzmán
Live Action Crew
D.O.P.: Alejandro Oset
Production assistant: Anna Carretero
Camera operator: Toni Rodríguez
Grip: David Felices
Make-up Artist: Salònica Rodríguez
Actors: Ramón Pin, Antonio Izquierdo
Sound mixing & mastering: Gerardo Vicente Martínez
Microphone recording: Alex Félez (Heptagon)
Special thanks to Pamplona89, Anders Hattne, Agosto & Sergi Roda.
“Kou kou” is a visual work based on an abstract animation synchronized with a song comprising the unique syllabic sounds of the Japanese language, without actually using any full words.
“I don’t draw what I see. I draw what I wish to see.”
Director: Takashi Ohashi
Composer: Yuri Habuka
Mixing: Masumi Takino
Drums: Kyojun Tanaka (from DCPRG)
ドラム: 田中教順 (from DCPRG)
To help promote the new Nike Free 5.0s, we created art with the shoe itself, choreographing a hypnotic kaleidoscope of their brightly colored training kicks. No CG here — the effects were created completely in-camera on the RED EPIC. To achieve this, we built special rigs; painstakingly positioning the kicks to create multiple levels of reflections and patterns. We needed a highly visual way to show off just exactly how lightweight and flexible the Nike Free 5.0’s are, while also featuring them in an array of colors. Building a practical kaleidoscope felt like the right thing to do. This is a global, multifaceted campaign, where our designs live happily in video, print, out of home and in interactive retail spaces.
An experiment in transitions.
None of the visuals are computer generated. All the trickery took place literally in front of the camera.
Thanks to Kevin McAlpine for the song / audio work! kevinmcalpine@gmail[dot]com
More stuff I’ve made- youtube.com/user/williemayswitte
Directed and Produced: Ewan Jones Morris & Casey Raymond
Memory sequence created by Ben Pridmore
From the album ‘The Less You Know, The Better’: bit.ly/sFBwUT
Pterodactyl: Tioney Watson
Old Man: Ray Morrow
Street Fighter: Sera Jyackaman
Monkey Operator: Toby Philpott
Pop Singer: Erin Richards
Italian: Frank Roselaar Green
Viking: Kwam Hung Chang
Man in Iron Mask: Clint Edwards
Operators: Jess Balla, Murray Ward, Henry Cole, Steve Lucas
DOP: Nicholas Booth
Steadicam Operator: Tom English
Focus Puller: Jay Oxley
Gaffer: Mark Holownia
Lighting Assistants: Cyrus Mirza Shafa and Jeb Hawkins
Costume: Leila Headon
Costume Assistant: Jordan Bentley
Hair and Make Up: Stanley Simpson Wells
Production Manager: Greg Mothersdale
1st AD: Delmi Thomas
Executive Producer: Dave Graham
Production Company: Crossfire Productions
Video Commissioner: Chris Scott