2011 February Newsletter

2011 February Newsletter

Old Navy

GA | Pure Red Creative

Two companies, GA and Pure Red Creative recently combined their creative forces into a single, unified front. In celebration of the union they asked us to create some online animations for their new site honoring the event. We combined some detailed 3D renders with slick typographic animation to strengthen the concept of two things coming together harmoniously. Head on over to their 
website to check out the animations.

Daily Routines

The new year has brought in a lot of great projects. Some with new clients and some with familiar faces. Last year we worked with Brothers & Company to create some pretty awesome spots for Kansas Strong which you can view here. This year Brothers & Company is back and we recently did some post-production for their newest Kansas Strong campaign “Routines”. The first spot in the campaign features things in your morning routine that without oil and natural gas would not be possible. Can you imagine what it would be like if you couldn't brush your teeth, blow dry your hair or make coffee?

View The Spot

AIGA Oklahoma

In January, Justin presented his Top Ten Survival Techniques for the Thriving Designer to AIGA Oklahoma. The presentation goes through steps of the creative process, tips on how to grow as a designer and how to get paid as a freelancer. Justin also shares his belief that making waves can help one grow creatively and professionally in the design industry.

Kansas Health Foundation

The Super­bowl is a great excuse to watch com­mer­cials with­out being made fun of by your friends. If you live in Kansas, you may have seen a spot for the Kansas Health Foundation dur­ing the big game. We helped Sullivan Higdon & Sink bring their sto­ry­boards to life in the :30 spot that aired locally on FOX. We brought in Jason Dewey from Forge Motion Pictures to lend a creative eye as the Director of Photography and we crammed 12+ people into a converted office space to pull off the shoot. Even though we smelled like a bunch of hip­pies from all the incense we burned to cre­ate the smoke, every­one involved had a great time and the final prod­uct was a great success.