We had the pleasure of bringing Oreo’s new "Open Up" campaign to life in this global spot, airing in over 50 countries. The song, voiced by Adam Lambert, supports Oreo’s social message of diversity and openness. And what better setting to celebrate openness than an Oreo themed roller disco party, where all kinds of characters are connecting and grooving together…
One More Beer é um curta-metragem independente desenvolvido pelo artista 3D brasileiro Pedro Conti. O trabalho foi feito em parceria com Alan Camilo (co-direção, linha de estória, animação e rigging de cena), Alex Angelis (rigging do personagem), Lucas Leibhoiz (ilustração), Pedro Pastoriz e Jack Rubens, membros da banda “Os Mustaches e os Apaches” (trilha sonora), Antonio Moreno (dublagem) e com o renomado estúdio de som Beep Audio Post (sound design e mixagem).
One More Beer is an independent short movie developed by Brazilian 3D artist Pedro Conti. The work was done in partnership with Alan Camilo (co-direction, storyline, animation and rigging), Alex Angelis (rigging), Lucas Leibholz (illustration), Pedro Pastoriz and Jack Rubens, members of the band "Os mustaches e os Apaches "(soundtrack), Antonio Moreno (Voice) and with renowned studio Beep Audio Post (sound design and mixing).
Short animation directed by Damian Nenow, produced by Platige Image.
DIRECTOR Damian Nenow
SCRIPT Damian Nenow
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Piotr Sikora, Jarosław Sawko, Tomek Bagiński
PRODUCER Marcin Kobylecki
PRODUCTION MANAGER Marta Staniszewska
3D GRAPHICS Jarosław Handrysik, Jakub Jabłoński, Rafał Kidziński, Bartłomiej Kik, Bartosz Opatowiecki, Kamil Pohl, Krzysztof Rusinek, Łukasz Skurczyńśki, Marcin Stępień, Piotr Suchodolski, Dominik Wawrzyniak
EDITOR Damian Nenow
IT Tomasz Kruszona, Piotr Getka, Łukasz Olewniczak
MUSIC Jarosław Wójcik
SOUND Genetix Studio, Maciej Tęgi
SOUND PRODUCER Jarosław Wójcik
MUSIC PERFORMED BY Jarosław Wójcik, Paweł Piechura, Ramez Nayyar
VOCAL Radosław Zander
MUSIC MIX Rafał Smoleń
SOUND RECORDING IN DOLBY DIGITAL EX Tomasz Dukszta, C.A.S., Maciej Tęgi, Jarosław Wójcik
MASTERING DOLBY Tomasz Dukszta, C.A.S.
HEAD OF STUDIO 1 WFDiF Wojciech Hamer
TECHNICAL SERVICE STUDIO 1 WFDiF Mieczysław Karwicki, Jan Kozłowski, Leszek Micewski
HEAD OF FILM LABORATORY WFDiF Małgorzata Rogulska
PRINT LABORATORY WFDiF Jarosław Migała, Jacek Cieśliński
Music video directed for the charismatic LA-born musician Charles X for his eagerly anticipated new single entitled Can You Do It in mixed 3D/2D animation produced by Eddy and animated at Brunch Studio.
This collaboration is intended to act as a social commentary which aims to cast light on perceived societal expectations and social norms by integrating elements and people from different walks of life.
I sought to merge the typically highbrow sport of horse racing with the commonly misrepresented “mean streets” of Pacoima, the proud birthplace of Charles X, to challenge any stereotypes or preconceptions of race and social class which may exist in modern day society.
I wanted to communicate Charles’ intended message via the lens of an artificial world in my own style of animation.
"Can You Do It" is now available on Charles X's new album, "Sounds of the Yesteryear":
♱ Spotify https://play.spotify.com/album/44kOuu...
♱ Deezer http://www.deezer.com/album/12461860
♱ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
♱ iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/sou...
♱ Physical store Cd / Lp http://alterk.bigcartel.com
See more about Charles X on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlesxfanpage/
Management: Tentacule Records
Lyrics: Charles X
Director: Quentin Baillieux
Production : http://www.Eddy.tv
Co-producers : Les Androids Associés (previz)
Executive Producer : Corry Van Rhijn
Producer : Julie Bellemare
Animation studio : Brunch
Post Production : Nightshift
Storyboard : Noé Lecombre
Character design : Wandrille Maunoury
Typography : Pierre-Alban Kientz
Modeling : David Arnould, Clement Lauricella, Valentin Samuel, Théo Dusapin
Set up : Adrien Gentil, Maxime Cozick
Animation 2D : Michael Bataille, Tristan Poulain, Amélie Maurice
Motion Design : Almir NagoAnimation 3D : Axel Digois, Aline Hananel, Johann Le Pouder,Rendering : Candice Theuillon, Remi Julien, Mathieu Maurel, Jean-Charles Kerninon
Previs Artists : Les Androids Associés - Volcy Gallois-Montbrun, Tristan Laville, Guillaume Robert, Henri Zaitoun
Editor : Benjamin Massoubre
Color grading : Gabriel PorierColor grading consultant : Luis Arteaga
Stagiaires développement : Arthur Chaumay, Leïla Courtillon
Thanks to: Nicolas de Rosanbo, Jean-François Bourrel, Mathieu Hue, Julien Desplanques, Nolwenn Hajo, Franck Duchene, Charles-Philippe Bowles, Celine Vanlint, Moses Yohannes, Raphaelle Tinland, Olivier Rigout, Laura Rouvellat, Nicolas Guibert.
At the end of last year the St. Louis Egotist asked some of the most respected creative visionaries in St. Louis to create a piece, entitled “What I Learned This Year.” The result was an invaluable onslaught of experience, vision and “Great thinking from St. Louis best thinkers."
So, when the brightest crayons in the St. Louis box take time to share their mistakes, triumphs and random learnings about dogs who eat their own poop... you bet your creative asses we listened. Looking to shamelessly leech every drop of knowledge, we scoured every article and came to the realization, “There is some seriously good shit here.” So we took a few of our favorite (visually agreeable) quotes and put them together in a piece that even an industry full of adults with ADHD can sit through.