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See No Evil Presents WeAreSeventeen & Emily Forgot December 6th

See No Evil returns December 6th with another cool (and free) meet up in London. This edition features WeAreSeventeen and Emily Forgot December 6th Doors Open 7.00pm Talk Starts 7.30pm Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of our friends at Stash […] [Read more]

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Jesper Lindborg: Kids of the Apocalypse “Don’t Give it Up”

Directed and created by weareseventeen’s Jesper Lindborg, this near-full-CG music video for the mystery music duo Kids of the Apocalypse finds “kids taking refuge in a once flourishing American high school where psychoactive fumes are blurring the boundaries of reality. Where the wild is fusing with the digital.” [Read more]

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weareseventeen: Feeling Good about Sandwiches

London design and motion house weareseventeen help spread the word about UK charity The Feel Good Bakery who employ disenfranchised youth to make the sandwiches they cater to local businesses with all profits going to feed children in Africa and Romania as well as helping the recent wave of Europe-bound refugees. [Read more]

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Weareseventeen Signs with Thing1 for US/UK Representation

From the release: Directing collective Weareseventeen recently joined global production company th1ng for representation in the US & UK. The design-led team of directors and animators combine art and advanced technical knowledge, to create beautifully thought provoking CG work. The six-member group, Steve Simmonds, George Alexander, Adam Brandon, Cesar Pelizer, Jesper Lindborg and Shaun Adamson, […] [Read more]

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weareseventeen “Infinite Horizon”

Fresh from it’s premiere at OFFF 15, weareseventeen‘s newest in-house labor of love called “Infinite Horizon” attempts to visualize The Overview Effect, a cognitive shift in awareness experienced by some astronauts when seeing the earth from space for the first time. [Read more]

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weareseventeen: All 4 Platform Identity

London design and motion studio weareseventeen recently won a competitive pitch to develop and produce the on-screen identity for the launch of All 4; Channel 4’s new destination for all their linear and on-demand content including this series of eclectic and fun animated pre-rolls created in concert with 4creative. [Read more]