Onesize anno 2012

“Dutch studio Onesize has been around since 2001, constantly delivering outstanding Motion Graphics work ever since. Now they’ve just wrapped up this electric 2012 Reel, precisely edited (as usual) and with quite a powerful intro. The dead-on soundtrack is from Echolab.”

DISCOVERY CHANNEL 3.0 Breakdown

Alessandro Durando // Daniele Gavatorta // Lorenzo Levrero
YEAR: 2012
TYPE: Ident Breakdown
WHAT: Concept, Design, 3D, Art Direction, Animations
CHANNEL WRITER / PRODUCER: Giulio Tiberi, Silvia Morganti
CLIENT: Discovery Channel
MUSIC (Breakdown): Brandumize – brandumize.com Track: Cardiac tales

Here you can see the final result: nerdo.tv/site/works/50/DISCOVERY+3.0/

Bright Light by Ray Ban

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/evarickardmichal

Awards:
Gulltaggen, Best Nordic Student Work 2012 – Gold

“Spring is finally here again, which means that people are getting back outside to hang out in the sun. But finding the right sunspot isn’t always easy, especially if you live in a big city where buildings are covering the sun. To show that Ray Ban is a brand that cares about their customers we introduced “Bright Light”, it’s an application that helps people to get the most out of the sun and their sunglasses.”

Canadian Paralympic Committee: Running (Unstoppable)

Ficha técnica:

Agency: BBDO Toronto
Agency Producer: Terry Kavanagh
Executive Creative Director: Peter Ignazi
Executive Creative Director: Carlos Moreno
Director: Mark Zibert
Director of Photography: Chris Mably
Producer: Andrew Sulliman
Post Production: Crush
Post Production: Sons & Daughters
Editing Company: PosterBoy Edit
Music: RMW Music
Associate Creative Director: Linda Carte
Editor: Mark Paiva
Associate Creative Director: Michael Clowater

Adobe: Eternal Return

“A short I composited at Autofuss for the CS6 Launch.

Synopsis via the Autofuss website:

“Adobe recently commissioned us to design the visual component for their CS6 production suite on the theme of “the cinematic experience.” We were initially drawn to the mechanical origins of cinema, and especially the zoetrope. It’s such a beautiful and profound mechanism, at once both limited and infinite. We wanted to portray the woman character as controlling everything by light from a hybrid of a zoetrope mechanism and traditional film projection.”

For a full list of credits visit autofuss.com.”