Bold graphics, dynamic animation and an unexpected “cat-astrophe” landed among the most-viewed spots on Daily Brief last month.
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Ahead of Evel Live 2, History used bold and clear graphics to tell the story of freestyle motorcross athlete Axell Hodges and everything he would attempt to accomplish during the three-hour television event.
Canada’s CTV and TSN developed this animated open—inspired by French poster art and the country’s rich art culture—that showcases the international contenders of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019.
Syfy Wire and experiential agency Small Giant created a cat-astrophe—comprising a miniature city and kittens in Titan costumes—for monster movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
To celebrate the 2019 Eurovision song competition, New York City-based The Artery brought together 18 animators, designers and illustrators from all over the world to create a visual homage in an exquisite-corpse style.
To help kick off the 2019 Promax Conference, New York City-based creative agency Loyalkaspar converts its rebrand of the global entertainment marketing agency into this year’s conference opening video.