1. Found this hidden away in last year project folders. Short bumpers introducing the 2012 DOXA Documentary film trailers.

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    Client: DOXA Documentary Film Festival
    Agency: Giant Ant
    Production: Giant Ant

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    Role: Design // Animation

    # vimeo.com/63679182 Uploaded 1,584 Plays 0 Comments
  2. Our friends at Fox asked us to redesign Fox Life global image, the second most important channel of the group.
    The goal was to achieve worldwide recognizable image that stressed the mainstream character of the channel and its coviewing audience.
    We thought a playful channel, with intense colors and strong audio support both parts of the navigation as IDs.
    We hope you enjoy it in your TVs worldwide!

    Music: "Handshake" by Two Door Cinema Club, only used for this reel and with no commercial purposes.

    Plenty
    Art Director: Pablo Alfieri & Elda Broglio
    Animation Director: Mariano Farias
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    Illustration: Elda Broglio & Pablo Alfieri
    2D Design: Elda Broglio, Andrés Reisinger, Carolina Carballo & Pablo Alfieri
    3D Design: Andres Reisinger & Pablo Alfieri
    2D Animation: Hernán Estevez, Jules Guerin, Matias Masciotra & Mariano Farias
    3D Animation: Hernan Estevez & Jules Guerin
    3D Rendering & Lighting: Andres Reisinger & Sebastian Curi
    3D Modeling: Andres Reisinger, Juan Martín Miyagi & Pablo Alfieri
    Postproduction: Pablo Alfieri
    Reel Montage & Edition: Jules Guerin
    Music and Sound Design: Jesus Mucci for Disapio Producciones Studio
    Production: Inés Palmas
    Year: 2013

    Client: Fox International Channels
    Project: Fox Life
    Directed by: Fox International Channels
    VP Global Branding & Creative: Florencia Picco
    Global Branding Director: Mariano Barreiro
    Global Art Director: Natalia Español
    Designers contributors – non FIC-: Paula Vidal, Luis Paris y Marcelo Hsu

    # vimeo.com/78528825 Uploaded 104K Plays 52 Comments
  3. To celebrate the release of the long-awaited book "Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design", I put together a brief visual history of some of Saul Bass's most celebrated work.

    It should be noted that much of Saul's title design work after 1960 was made in collaboration with his wife Elaine Bass.

    Editor: Ian Albinson (artofthetitle.com)

    "Saul Bass: A Life In Film & Design" by Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham
    (Available on Amazon - amzn.to/uZDYYR)

    Related: A Brief History of Title Design (vimeo.com/20759580)

    Website: artofthetitle.com
    Twitter: twitter.com/ArtoftheTitle
    Facebook: facebook.com/ArtoftheTitle

    Music: Greg Fonkmaster B "Fonkmaster's Interlude"

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    Full film listing:

    Carmen Jones (1954)
    The Big Knife (1955)
    The Seven Year Itch (1955)
    The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)
    Around the World in Eighty Days (1956)
    Vertigo (1958)
    Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
    North by Northwest (1959)
    Spartacus (1960) (with Elaine Bass)
    Psycho (1960)
    Ocean’s Eleven (1960)
    West Side Story (1961) (with Elaine Bass)
    Walk on the Wild Side (1962) (with Elaine Bass)
    Nine Hours to Rama (1963)
    It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963)
    Bunny Lake is Missing (1965)
    Seconds (1966) (with Elaine Bass)
    Not with My Wife, You Don't! (1966)
    Grand Prix (1966)
    That’s Entertainment, Part II (1976)
    The War of the Roses (1989) (with Elaine Bass)
    Goodfellas (1990) (with Elaine Bass)
    Cape Fear (1991) (with Elaine Bass)
    The Age of Innocence (1993) (with Elaine Bass)
    Casino (1995) (with Elaine Bass)

    # vimeo.com/31992143 Uploaded 256K Plays 39 Comments
  4. I had a couple hours to kill this morning, so I took the Death Waltz logo, which I love, and animated it. Obviously using The Thing as inspiration, as we are all John Carpenter freaks.

    # vimeo.com/66332674 Uploaded 5,412 Plays 4 Comments

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