ticktockrobot has created a campaign for specialist bed retailer Dreams, featuring warm, friendly 3D animation as well as an accompanying micro site.
Rushes MGFX Studio was tasked with creating animated map graphics for “Giuliani’s 9/11” – a film by Dangerous Films about the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001.
Spinifex Group has collaborated with Director Han Lixun and other creatives involved with the Beijing Olympics, to create a cinematic multimedia spectacle for China’s Yan City
Creative production studio Motion Theory has released a cinematic fully animated project to help US retailer Target launch new grocery departments in many stores
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched the Craft & Design Awards 2009/2010
Brickyard VFX has just completed work on the new “Yahoo! Lip Sync” campaign, featuring Maya and flame work and on-set VFX supervision duties
Framestore has announced a new high-profile film hire in the shape of Steve MacPherson as CTO, VFX.
Animation studio Nathan Love has collaborated on two innovative spots promoting Fantasy Westward Journey, one of China’s most popular online games
Prime Focus has completed visual effects shots for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Animation studio Nathan Love and ad agency 22squared have together created a series of high quality animated broadcast spots for Baskin-Robbins’ US summer advertising campaign.
The Mill carried out some stunning and very substantial vfx work on the football-focussed ‘Write the Future’ spot for Nike by W+K Amsterdam and director Alejandro González Iñárritu
New VFX company formed by Nick Piper, Tim Rudgard, Make VFX & Vendetta Post launches in Los Angeles.
Rushes, with TBWA and Outsider, has recently completed the latest commercial for Whiskas, which sees a cat effortlessly jump past a balcony to the amazement of his owners
The Embassy Visual Effects has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for its climactic battle sequence and elaborate exo-suit work on District 9, directed by Neill Blomkamp
MPC’s work on recently released monster hit ‘The Wolfman’ includes fully animated creature scenes, three gruesome transformations, completely created London rooftop scenes, enhancement of live-action wolfman shots, and the film’s climactic waterfall environment