SXSW Excellence in Title Design 2014 – Finalist
Desktop Magazine's Create Design Award for Motion 2013 – Winner
Australian Production Design Guild Award for Title Design 2013 – Winner
Breeder was invited back to create the opening titles for Analogue/Digital, so once again, we threw ourselves into the project and didn't hold back. This year, we developed an ambitious aesthetic based upon the idea of double exposure, inspired by Alabaster's amazing track and the conference's program design. We worked around the theme of binary, juxtaposing the urban sprawl and nature, black and white, flight and fall, and unification and disintegration. It was a labour of love and we couldn't be prouder with the end result.
Creative Direction: Joyce Ho
Producer: Adam Sebastian West
Cinematography: Chris Morris, Alex Gee, Adam Sebastian West
Editing: Alex Gee
Design Lead: Joyce Ho
Design: Alex Gee, Timothy Lovett, Jai Mitchell
Compositing: Chris Morris
Animation: Alex Gee, Joyce Ho, Grayson Huddart
»Hitch« is our graduation project at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover.
It’s about »The Ultimate Hitch Cookbook«, an animated book containing the recipes for Alfred Hitchcock’s classics. It’s made for Hitchcock enthusiasts and every other couch potato out there.
Concept: Felix Meyer, Pascal Monaco, Torsten Strer
Layout / Animation: Pascal Monaco, Felix Meyer
Sound Design: Torsten Strer
Sound Technician: Dirk Austen / Paul Productions
Voice: Peter Bennett
Be sure to check out weareroyale.com for more fun work. Ever wonder what would happen if you gave the Big Bad Wolf an Oreo? We wonder that every Monday as we dunk our company wide Oreo's in tall glasses of Muscle Milk. We're so glad to be a part of the brilliant "Wonderfilled" campaign cooked up by the good people at The Martin Agency. The 30 second anthem spot answers the age old question "Wonder if…" with a romp through a painted CG world of vampires, wolves, and 3 legendary little piggies. Featuring the awesome voice stylings of Owl City, the campaign inspires the childlike wonder in all of us… We can't wait to see where it goes from here.
Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.
Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.