<strong>Volkswagen Amarok’s 3D Reveal Campaign </strong>

Art directors, motion designers and 3D artists Marius Eder and Tristan Fischer are busy forging their own creative path. After founding TACTYC Studio in January 2022, their abstract approach to visual storytelling struck a chord with clients looking for a fresh approach to product visualization and brand messaging. 

No Ordinary Prequel

A love of design and VFX inspired friends and collaborators Justin Fields and Jordan Broe to start Los Angeles-based Sanctum Studios.

Transforming Buckingham Palace

Commissioned by BBC Studios , live event specialist NorthHouse Creative conceptualized, designed and created a visual extravaganza that brought Buckingham Palace’s iconic façade to life in celebration of the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee last June. 

LUNAR Festival of Light

A behind-the-scenes look at a new film about artificial intelligence by the creators of Chef’s Table. Anyone who has watched a lot of science fiction knows it’s never a good idea to get on AI’s bad side. Get snarky with Siri and Alexa, and future artificial intelligence might just make an example of you during the robot apocalypse.

Celebrating Coachella 2022

Cofounder of animation and VFX studio Warm & Fuzzy, John Bashyam has worked with the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival since 2014, and the relationship encapsulates everything he loves most: music, fun, great clients, and exciting visual challenges.

When Stormtroopers Become Reviewers

Robert Hranitzky’s unboxing parody “E-11: Standard Issues – Star Wars Fan Film,” has nearly a million views on YouTube and it’s easy to see why. Written, directed and created by Hranitzky, with the help of family and friends, “E-11” is no ordinary Star Wars fan film. 

Creating the “HUXLEY” Universe

“HUXLEY” is an original post-apocalyptic adventure by Ben Mauro , a talented concept artist, character creator and world builder. Over a decade in the making, “HUXLEY” is a trailblazing project that spans NFTs, digital and physical collectibles, film, video games and ultimately immersive experiences in the Metaverse.

Run for It

UK-based MNFST Studio used Cinema 4D, Redshift,
Houdini and more to create a playful spot for Puma’s NITRO running shoes that featured morphing fluid and foam in a futuristic lab with holographic environments.