below is a sampling of some of recent work organized into three major categories
We created a whole series of renders for a glass fixture manufacturer to help showcase the available models and options. The bathroom here is one of 3 different 3D virtual sets that we created to showcase the glass doors, mirrors etc.
This prototype measures and records the force of a boxer's punch. We first designed the look of this wireless electronic item, created this mock ad to help showcase it to our clients buyers and then we produced the actual production files to have it created
This design was created from scratch for a manufacturer who offers high-tech solutions to film studios. As far as we know, they are use in a studio near you... as long as you live in Europe
This is one of a set of images for a mobile device soccer game. A couple of poses for each player were developed in order to give the game action some tactile qualities
Most of the work on this design happened at the layout level but by placing that design on a couple of boxes in a 3D render it really helped to create a real-world feel for the product
This character was created for a auto insurance company to use as their mascot. We still can't get him to do the cha-cha though
This banner video is the first thing a prospect sees when they visit this client's website. We also produced the narration for the video. There were a series of other images done in conjunction with this in order to build up a campaign like approach
This is one of a wide series of HD video clips we produced for a longer documentary type video.
We partnered with another graphic studio to be able to offer their established clientelle with some additional marketing resources. This was our promotional video. A graphics studio promoting another graphic studio... I know, weird right?
Infographics are such a great way to describe services and processes. They pack so much punch and they look so good... if you like teal
This ad series was so much fun. Each ad featured a tongue-in-cheek way of presenting the serious subject of mathematics curricula.
A family commissioned this poster design for their home. Each statement on the poster (which is longer than what is shown) finishes the headline, "WE".
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield approached us to create a series of designs for a T-shirt line. If you look real hard at this one, you can see his moustache
What graphic design studio doesn't create logos? We chose to show this one because... well... it's just so darn fun looking
This private school wanted to highlight their top-notch programs. We did so through a series of postcards for a direct mail campaign and through a series of magazine ads