We partnered with the legendary Portland-based motorcycle apparel company ICON Motosports to create this wild social media animation promoting the release of the Beastie Bunny helmet. This style was inspired by the classic Warner Bros animations, as we get a glimpse into the cotton-tailed concocter’s laboratory where he is piecing together his abomination-creation. Starting with both rigged and hand-animated characters, we added electricity effects to highlight the monster’s transformation. ICON is known for it’s beautiful helmet designs, but this video engaged with their fans on a whole new level.
Tektronix | TekWorld Awards
As the leader in digital contracting, Ironclad asked us to help them emphasize their groundbreaking role in the digital revolution of the backbone of business: the contract. They needed videos that explained how they are bringing teams, processes, and data together to make better, faster business contracts.
The Smashing Pumpkins | ‘In Ashes’ Animated Series
It’s been an honor to work with such a massively influential band and to collaborate directly with band frontman and series creator Billy Corgan. Translating his narrative vision into cinematic form has been a fun challenge for our team. There’s a lot of nuance. With this in mind, we created this dark futurist-goth art style, leveraging the traditional techniques of … Read More
ODOT | Pedestrian Safety
Our 4th spot for ODOT is the kickstarter for a fun campaign featuring these two unique characters. We had a blast designing and animating these colorfully loud personalities to shed more light onto the importance of standing out as a pedestrian. These characters are the embodiment of safety, and by having them interacting with people, it helped bring their message … Read More
Gilead Sciences | Research Scholars Program Animated Videos
WWE Communications reached out to us to design and animate a series of testimonial-like videos for Gilead Sciences. We were tasked with designing the overall look of this series, as well as future videos. A majority of the character animation is digitally hand-drawn, while the talking head characters were rigged for quick lip sync and turnaround. We incorporated circular shapes … Read More