Bad Ass Motion Graphics

  1. SolarCity reframes the fossil fuel debate in deliberately practical terms. Here, they shine a bright light on the absurdity of the coal process, while simultaneously showing that solar is the complete opposite.

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  2. SolarCity reframes the fossil fuel debate in deliberately practical terms. Here, they shine a bright light on the absurdity of the natural gas process, while simultaneously showing that solar is the complete opposite.

    # vimeo.com/152747513 Uploaded 3,401 Plays 0 Comments
  3. SolarCity reframes the fossil fuel debate in deliberately practical terms. Here, they shine a bright light on the absurdity of the oil process, while simultaneously showing that solar is the complete opposite.

    # vimeo.com/152748034 Uploaded 3,265 Plays 0 Comments
  4. Client: Twitter Creative
    Creative Director: Andre Ricciardi
    Executive Producer: Mat Lundberg
    Head of Video: Alexa Inkeles
    Producer: Charles Johnston
    Directed by: Oddfellows
    Creative Director: Chris Kelly
    Producer: Erica Kelly
    Design: Jarratt Moody, Jay Quercia
    Animation: Chris Anderson, Jarratt Moody, Stan Cameron, Chris Kelly
    Music & Sound Design: Antfood

    # vimeo.com/147630435 Uploaded 3,475 Plays 8 Comments
  5. Unlearn is the concept behind a new brand campaign from Ford that encourages consumers to take a fresh look, not just at Ford but at life itself.

    The campaign includes TV commercials, outdoor advertising and digital media.

    Frame directed, designed and animated all the online films.

    # vimeo.com/152561701 Uploaded 10.8K Plays 4 Comments

Bad Ass Motion Graphics

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