Our Ant-Man title sequence is imagined in a wire-frame universe of red-gold objects spun with fiber-optic threads. Starting with an outer-space vision of our globe, each scene clicks tighter into the earth’s atmosphere. We swoop with the camera past satellites, airplanes, and birds, to street and city grids, foliage and grass, penetrating to an ants-eye view and swirling micro-universe.
When Verizon blazed trails with its Fios high-speed fiber-optic network, it was a very big deal. Millions of customers bought in. Totally next-generation, one of the best things about Fios is that it hugely improved what it’s like to watch TV. Called Fios TV One, the watching-system Verizon developed for its network has every possible bell and whistle. To premier it, Verizon asked us to create this beautiful anthem broadcast spot, and attentive how-to videos.
When Highdive first reached out to us for help in animating an end tag for a spot, we had no way of knowing that the small project would turn into a long-term relationship. But it did. We've been delighted to have had a hand in helping with Boost Mobile branding ever since.
We were delighted when Ogilvy Chicago and The Chicago International Film Festival came to us to bring their work to life. The long piece we created was shown before each film at the festival. And we were also tasked with creating additional animated pieces that aired across social channels to drive attendance.
Times may change, but worthwhile missions do not. For over 160 years, the YWCA has fought to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. Reinforcing the urgency of its mission in the midst of socially and culturally volatile times, YMCA asked film maker Ben Strang to create a moving piece in support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.