Hexagon | ArgOn Production

We collaborated with Etage and Hexagon on several live action videos for AgrOn Production. Videos for logging and sugarcane were written, edited and voiced in English and Portuguese.

Hexagon | PPM

We teamed up with our friends over at Etage once again to produce another brand-building corporate video for Hexagon’s Shaping Smart Change campaign, this time for their Power Process and Marine (PPM) division. Each of the previous videos in this campaign relies on a basic shapes theme to drive the story. The theme of this one was “big” – a … Read More

Hexagon | Shape of Potential

For the most recent HxGN Live conference in Las Vegas, we teamed up with Etage to produce a live show open experience to introduce the keynote speaker with flair. Each year HxGN pushes to do something new that will wow the audience. This year our challenge was to design an 8,000-pixel wide video in the branded style of Hexagon while … Read More

Hexagon | Safety & Infrastructure

Deep Sky worked closely with étage to produce a series of animated corporate videos for Hexagon promoting their individual departments and their unique missions within the company umbrella. Hexagon’s branding style is very specific, so a lot of time went into distinguishing the overall look and flow of the series. The challenge was taking ideas that were very complex and … Read More

Hexagon | The Shape of Progress

As part of a series of corporate animated videos Deep Sky and Etage produced for Hexagon, ‘Shaping Smart Change’ was the opener for the 2016 HxGN conference and essentially a purpose statement video for the Hexagon brand. While we had already developed an overall visual style in the previous videos, determining the visuals meant really taking the time to understand … Read More

Hexagon | Geospatial

In our second video for the Hexagon series Deep Sky produced with étage, we encountered a new challenge to add to the already demanding task of interpreting complex and poetic messaging into unique illustrative visuals that stayed cohesive with the existing brand. Geospatial required more animators, which meant more artistic styles to work with, so keeping the animators consistent with … Read More