@MizenC Congrats on being designation EMPLOYED. Good work & good luck.
You’re a multifaceted bedfellow, yellow. Semantically schizophrenic, a bipolar tone– Sometimes you whisper, sometimes you bellow!
An eye bleeding acid trip, or sinkingly mellow…Salutations mon chroma! Greetings to you, you lovely fellow, Yellow…
(We made a documentary film on a certain colour. Bet you can’t tell which one it is.)read more
Join Artie Beat and his friends as they get out there and get active in a brand new web series for The British Heart Foundation.
Fun, exciting, and yes, a little bit bonkers, the films are coming to chbf.org.uk very soon!
Can’t wait? Here’s a preview.read more
Teach First is telling the story of educational disadvantage in the UK. Its a serious issue. We live in a country where a child’s future is limited by their background. Its unfair but crucially, changeable.
Join Ndidi as she recounts her tale as a Teach First teacher in our film, ‘Belief’.
It’s just been released to coincide with the charity’s 10th Birthday.read more
The internet is a bloody minefield. What’s fact, what’s fiction? What’s truth and what are lies? Its alright for us, we’re savvy enough, but won’t somebody please think of the children!?
Luckily our good friends at Digital Disruption are and they’re tackling these issues head on. We made these animations for them on the seven techniques of propaganda.read more
“Maybe I’m a man, maybe I’m a lonely man who’s in the middle of something, that he doesn’t really understand…”
“Maybe I’m a man, maybe you’re the only woman who can ever help me… baby won’t you help me understand…Woohoohoo”
We made an animated documentary for Paul McCartney. In shops now! Trailer here!read more
We like telling stories.
We take your ideas, assets and images and transform them into something magical.
Our focus is on content-driven motion design. We write, design and animate in our own ineffable style, forever experimenting, making things accessible and fun.
We actively try to be ethical in our practices.
This means we often work with educational and cultural clients. Which is good. We’re changing the world one frame at a time! Or something.
It also means we don’t employ unpaid interns, trade arms or put cats in dustbins.
We’re not looking for employees, we’re looking for talent. People who can do things that we can’t.
If you’re an image-maker or animator with chutzpah, je ne sais quoi, vavavoom or any other almost-words, then get in contact.
We’d love to hear from you.
compositionally balancing brand witticism #6
*rob and ali are mere mortals