Lobo directors Mateus de Paula Santos and Fábio Acorsi leverage poetic copy from Brazilian agency F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi
into a moody abstraction of spectral geometry for the Leica M Monochrom, billed as the first digital black-and-white camera.
In the Stash world, brand films cover a swath of commercial work appearing online, in-store, out-of-home, or on any other screen not identified as TV or cinema. Often occupying the mid-ground between short films and advertising, the best brand films offer ambitious narratives and/or bold stylistic choices. [Read more]
From the release: Lobo, the award-winning São Paulo-based design and animation studio, is staking its claim in new territory with the official opening of its first US office. Partners Nando Cohen, Gabriel Nobrega and Mateus de Paula Santos are pleased to announce that industry veteran Luis Ribeiro has been named Partner and Executive Producer of […] [Read more]
Veteran motion masters Lobo and US agency 22squared enlist giant robots and an intrepid young girl to announce the latest environmental initiative from Atlanta carpet giant Interface, Inc. in this sweeping and emotional two-minute animated opus. [Read more]
“Wish You Were Here? offers an alternate, off-kilter and somewhat belated 50th anniversary tribute to the D&AD, summing up in an unusual way many highlights from over five decades of Pencil winners, it’s also part of a broader Call for Entries campaign aimed at generating awareness and excitement around the 2015 D&AD Professional Awards.
“We didn’t want to simply create a collage of pieces in a retrospective reel fashion. Our goal was to offer a creative reinterpretation of the Awards’ heritage… all the while keeping a coherent visual identity throughout, since D&AD is notorious for its strong brand integrity.” [Read more]