Style was were looking to make a big splash, and to craft an image that truly lived up to the promise in their name.
We took our initial inspiration from something in the original brief: seeing the world through a 'style-filter' and we channeled it into the idea of illustrating how a style-obsessed mind works. We tried to visualize that process and illustrate that mindset.
Exectuive Creative Director: Greg Hahn
Creative Director: Ryan Moore
Producer: Ryan McLaughlin
Art Director: Kiffer Keegan
Design: Ryan Moore, Kiffer Keegan, Carl Burton, Dylan Mulvaney, Danny Ruiz, Naomie Ross, Sarah Ancalmo
Animation: AJ Kolb, Marco Giampaolo, Carl Burton, Irene Park, Bryan Cobonpue, Chris Linea
Edit: Eron Otcasek
*please be advised that this video contains bullfighting content, if you find this offensive I apologize in advance*
Creative and Art direction: Luis Regalado, Ricardo Fernández
Audio: Canal+ Spain
Role: Concept, design and animation
For this TV bulfighting show I tried to emulate a magazine being edited. Playing with ficticious headlines and body texts, photos that come to life in form of videos. The color palette is simple, making reference to the red of blood and pasion present in bullfighting.
New Zealand's agency Chilli asked us to create a spot for Rosebud: an application which connects things you like, guiding you through discovery of new stuff. They sent us a pretty crazy script and we gave life to it! alepixel.tv
Art Direction . Ale Pixel, Ary Silberstein
Illustration - Ale Pixel, Ary Silberstein, Agus Jeansalle
Animation - Ale Pixel, Ary Silberstein
Sound Design - Ale Pixel, Ary Silberstein
Unicorns & Rainbows - Magui Fumagalli
Client: Euronews // European Commission
Agency: Latte Creative
My role: Illustration, animation and sound design
Written by: Eugenio Orsi
Producers: Valentina Carta, Chiara Reid
Voice over: Natalya Bykov
Euronews is a European, multilingual news television channel available in 155 countries all over the world.
I was commissioned to produce this animation for a show called “Real Economy.” It is the pilot of a series of 20 short videos, each trying to explain a specific economic concept in a simple and engaging way.