Artists: Sergio Saleh, Jose Cambariere, Paula Vidal Studio: LUMBREWebsite: lumbre.tv Info: Salt Studios called us to develop a pitch for FOX BS 238, a channel from the FOX family to be aired in Japan. Our main challenge was to incorporate the occidental look and feel in the japanesse market, creating a channel that was mostly […] [Read more]

Artist: Chieh LeeWebsite: www.behance.net/chiehlee Info: To design two directions of style frames for Syfy Kids Three-Second Network ID was the first challenge. Since Syfy Kids has a broad range of target audience (2 to 17 years old), it has been broken down to two age ranges: 2 to 13 years old (children) and 14 to […] [Read more]

Artists: Sergio Saleh, Adriana Campos, Paula Vidal, Andy Cambiasso, Dami├ín StrickerStudio: LUMBREWebsite: lumbre.tv Salt studios called us once again to create a pitch for the channel Sony Six, a sports channel that will aired in India and compete with the big leagues in sports channels such as: ESPN, Sports Telecast and TEN Sports. Our biggest […] [Read more]

Artist: Matt GreenwoodStudio: TantrumWebsites: mattgreenwood.tv / throwatantrum.tv Backstory from Greenwood: “CIBC wanted to promote their new Visa Aerogold card by targeting people traveling via airplane. The commercials would play in airports and on small screens on the back of airline seats. Since the spots would not contain audio and they were to be played in […] [Read more]

Artist: Matt GreenwoodStudio: TantrumWebsites: mattgreenwood.tv / throwatantrum.tv From Greenwood: “I developed these style frames for a Ford campaign while I was at Tantrum design. The agency provided a few key supers and wanted to feature the cars driving in a city at night. Having previously worked with Ford, I was familiar with their openness to […] [Read more]

Artist: Brett JubinvilleStudio: Tinman Creative Website: tinman.tv Backstory from Brett: “I needed to create an army of the dead for a couple of shots I was doing on a project at Tinman, which posed a bit of a problem because I didn’t have too much time to do it. “What ended up making it work […] [Read more]