Buying at Christie’s is simpler than you think, here’s how in three steps.
Let the Christie’s experts help you find the object or artwork you love. Christie’s sales cover more than 50 categories including art, antiquities, jewellery, furniture, books, wine and natural history. Something for everyone.
Design, Storyboard & Direction – Emmanuelle Walker
Animation – Mohamed Fadera, Pierre Rutz
Lead & Animatic – Dave Walker
Compositing – Abel Kohen
3D – Abel Kohen, Florent Rousseau
Voice over – Mariella Frostrup
Music – Nikky French
Comissioned by Katrina Mansoor at Christie’s London
Production – Nexus Productions
Executive Producer – Luke Youngman
Producer – Fernanda Garcia Lopez
Ugo Gattoni’s latest animation is a surreal wonderland that explores the vineyards, house and caves of Ruinart, the oldest established Champagne house.
Illustrator / Director : Ugo Gattoni
Watch the Graphic Pack: vimeo.com/169675730
Case study: nerdo.tv/case-study/la-effe-2016
“There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction.”
The broadcast channel La Effe is not only a TV station. It’s an eclectic, multifaceted, plural and versatile way of thinking.
For their new on-air identity they were looking for something to convey a big change in their positioning, to stand out among the other SKY channels, something clear, brave and cool.
We came out with a strong typographic approach to celebrate their background, enclosed in a never-seen-on-TV design.
Proudly branded by NERDO.
Art direction, animation: Alessandro Durando, Daniele Gavatorta, Lorenzo Levrero
Additional animator: Riccardo Chiara
Head of Content and Communication: Riccardo Chiattelli
Brand Manager: Fabio Pietranera
Original Music (Graphick pack): Smider
Sound Design (Graphick pack): Andrea Pestarino
© EFFE TV S.r.l.
How and when did wild wolves turn into domestic pets? Science tells us that humans were behind the domestication of what is now man’s best friend—but the timeline of the transformation has always been mysterious. In this video, Atlantic science writer Ed Yong explains the surprising origin of dogs in light of new research.
As the very first female presidential nominee of a major party, Democrat Hillary Clinton is already in a historic position. Come November, she could achieve another milestone: becoming the first Madam President in United States history. Yet behind the groundbreaking nature of Clinton’s candidacy lies an absence of women in elected office; in terms of female representation at the national level, the U.S. lags behind much of the rest of the world.
Created in collaboration between FiveThirtyEight and Rutgers University’s Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), the video here is an exploration of this disparity and the real difference that gender, regardless of party, can make.
Of course, what you see would not have been possible without the talents of FiveThirtyEight’s Art Director, Kate LaRue, the art and animation skills of Tom McCarten, music + sound design from Redhorse Studio, and data viz guidance from Ella Koeze. Additional thanks goes out to Debbie Walsh at CAWP and Barbara Burrell, both of whom were extremely generous with their time and research.
Writer, Producer and Narrator
Designer and Animator
Music and Sound Designer
Director of Video Development
Director of Video Production
Senior Politics Editor
Special thanks to:
DEBBIE WALSH and BARBARA BURRELL
Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics
U.S. Census Bureau, 1991-2016
Pew Research Center
Center for American Women and Politics
At Smog.tv Recently I touched me to participate in a short animation of africa for world economic forum. My job consisted mainly 3D animation, character animation and 2D animation (AE)
Ilustration: Felipe Vargas
Character animation: Berni bruner, Francisco Castro, Spiro Bursner, Felipe Ordoñes
AE Animation: Felipe Vargas, Francisco Castro,Patricio Molina.
3d animation: Francisco Castro
behind the scenes
Logo animation for Art UK, the largest and most comprehensive digital collection of Britain’s publicly owned art.
Animation by Samuel Bloch and Hamlet Auyeung.
Read more here: pentagram.com/#/blog/129361