Projects credited in
- Hiscox Channel 4 Sponsorship of 'Best Laid Plans'DIR. ANOTHER SPACE / ACADEMY+ / AMV BBDO Music, sound-design and full audio-post delivered for this series of stunning idents and bumpers from Academy+ and visual lighting pioneers Another Space (Jay-Z, U2, James Blake, Massive Attack, Coldplay). Our role included building, performing and recording fully custom instruments to create a beguiling bespoke soundscape to accompany the lighting design.
- 'THANK YOU' - THE NATIONAL LOTTERYFollowing on from the success of our Road to Rio campaign, The National Lottery and AMV BBDO commissioned Art&Graft to create an ambitious film to help celebrate a whole host of Lottery-funded projects from all around the country. Continuing the theme of Norman Wilkinson-inspired landscapes from previous films, each project is brought to life through stunning illustrative environments showcasing the historical and natural wonders of the British Isles. Determined to build upon the visual language and continue push the level of character animation on both a technical and creative level, the number of characters throughout increased four fold and the higher level of detail in both modelling and texture afforded even more personality and charm.
- HSBC 'Bring your game'HSBC 'Bring your game' HSBC celebrates its sponsorship of the 2014 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, with a film pitting elite teams from the Series – including the likes of Dan Norton from England, DJ Forbes from New Zealand and Carlin Isles from the USA – against tribes of fans dressed in outlandish costumes. The fully integrated campaign centres on Sevens as an ‘unleashed’ form of rugby. A faster, more expressive format on the pitch, and equally expressive off the pitch, where the carnival atmosphere sees the majority of fans wear elaborate fancy dress. #BRINGYOURGAME is an invitation to players and fans to join in.3
- Mayor of London | London Needs You Alive The Mayor of London rises above scare and shock tactics with an influencer-led strategy to tackle knife crime in the capital. The first work from Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO since winning the anti-knife crime brief targets 13- to 16-year-old Londoners and asks them to tell their friends and family via social media why London needs them alive and why they shouldn’t carry a knife. Some of London’s most influential young artists, from grime and rap stars to poets and bloggers, have joined Mayor Sadi15