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  1. Short Animation clip for Swiss Solidarity / Glückskette.

    Swiss Solidarity is a foundation that raises funds for humanitarian relief projects and works with the SRG SSR and Swiss relief organizations to this end. Swiss Solidarity is thus able to benefit from the specific support of the public radio and television services. It also collaborates with the private media. Work in the field is carried out by experienced Swiss relief organizations according to precise stipulations. Swiss Solidarity is currently working with 31 aid organizations.

    Character Design and Animation: MUSCLEBEAVER (Andreas Kronbeck & Tobias Knipf)
    Director: MUSCLEBEAVER
    Client: Glückskette / Swiss Solidarity
    Sound Design and Music: David Kamp
    Year: 2011

    Annecy 2012 - Festival international du film d'animation (Annecy, France)
    KLIK! 2012 - Amsterdam Animation Festival (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    BAF 2012 - Bradford Animation Festival (Bradford, UK)
    Expotoons 2012 - Animation Festival (Buenos Aires - Argentina)

    Expotoons 2012 - Animation Festival (Buenos Aires - Argentina): 2nd Prize for an Advertising Film
    BassAwards 2012 (International Awards of Broadcast Design) - Bronze in "Best Social"

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  2. [ESP] Una de las cadenas de farmacias más importantes de Chile nos encargó hacer un cierre identificatorio para sus comerciales de televisión. Dicho en pocas palabras una versión animada y auditiva de su logo.

    [ENG] One of the most important pharmacy store in Chile called to us for develope diferents TV ID´s proposals. Our work: design, animation and sound design.

    © 2012 Feels
    Cliente: Salcobrand
    Agencia: MDB*

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  3. Our latest spot for the new SSX game from EA Sports.

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    Scenario, design, animation: Grzegorz Nowiński
    XIV Międzynarodowy Konkurs Skrzypcowy im. Henryka Wieniawskiego w Poznaniu.

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    Scenario, design, animation, sound: Grzegorz Nowiński

    The Royal Castle in Warsaw, being a symbol of the sovereignty of the Polish State, became a target for German military attacks as early as in the first days of the World War II. On 17 September 1939 it was in flames. Apart from the firemen and city wardens, also soldiers, harcerze (scouts) and civilians were helping to put the fire out. At the same time Polish museum workers and conservators, risking their own lives, were trying to salvage the most precious art collections, as well as decorative elements from the most important Castle rooms (eg. fragments of flooring, fireplaces, stucco works and frescos). The act of destruction was completed during the Warsaw Uprising in September 1944, when German sappers blasted the Castle walls.
    Decision to begin the reconstruction was however not made until January 1971. In 1977 first interiors were ready. The next ones were delivered in July 1984. The rebuilding of the Castle was accompanied by an immense involvement of the Polish nation. The whole investment was financed almost in full with the money coming from donations of Poles at home and abroad.
    Handing the reconstructed Castle to the nation was an act of honouring all of those, who, during the Occupation, with greatest dedication and risking their own lives, salvaged the Castle and the Castle art works for the future generations.

    The exhibition at the Royal Castle in Warsaw / Poland.

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