“A group of creative individuals came together with their shared ability to reveal tranquil vignettes in an otherwise chaotic climate.
A consistent design language is carried throughout each image. The surrounding environments inform the materiality and shape of each sculpture, allowing the digital and natural to coexist.”
- Concept Willett
- Art Direction Ezequiel Pini + Willett
- 3D Design and Retouch Ezequiel Pini
- Photography Cody Cobb
A visual treat for every automotive enthusiast! PK3D released a new album featuring a stunning CG BMW 4-series.
Mount Trump, Mount Putin and Mount Jong-un have been designed and digitally sculpted from the bottom up by the team at Illusion in Bangkok.
“The 2017 World Press Freedom Index compiled by Reporters Without Borders reflects a world in which attacks on the media have become commonplace and strongmen are on the rise. We have reached the age of post-truth, propaganda, and suppression of freedoms. The campaign shows the almost insurmountable challenges journalists are faced with in various corners of the world today and their relentless pursuit to overcome oppression and offer people the truth, no matter the risk.”
- Client Reporters Without Borders
- Agency Jung von Matt Berlin
- Executive Creative Director Till Eckel
- Creative Directors Christian Woelky, Stefan Amtmann
- Art Director Dustin Przibilla
- Art Buyer Davor Brkan
- Project Manager Cathleen Losch
FoxTrot Papa selected Automotive CGI image experts Saddington Baynes as their production partner for this sensitive and high profile launch project. Together they conceived and produced a 45-second animation, alongside 8 stand alone brand images, that define the exceptional driving experience offered by the Future-Type – the world’s first learning car.
- Client Foxtrot Papa
Three powerful images from Salamagica for the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation.
“Children who witness domestic violence are more likely to become victims or abusers as adults. Join us in ending this terrible cycle. Learn more or donate at joetorre.org.”
- Client Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation
Analog/Digital & Simon Danaher for Glenmorangie
Realism was a key factor during the execution of this visual. In order to faithfully recreate the real Glenmorangie bottle in CGI, Simon broke it into pieces and studied its physical properties (he assured us that no whisky was wasted!).
The copper sculpture amplifies the concept of depth and complexity of the matured whisky and emphasises the interwoven nature of its tasting notes.
Check our Behance for the work in progress images!
- Agency BSUR Amsterdam
- Client Glenmorangie
- CGI Simon Danaher