2011 Summer Newsletter

2011 Summer Newsletter


For all you golfers out there we bring you “Without Golf,” the latest spot in the Kansas Strong “Without” campaign. The spot was created with Brothers & Company and aired during the US Open. It was an amazing opportunity to get out of the office and shoot at such a tranquil location.

A big thanks to Flint Hills National and Wichita Country Club for letting us shoot at their facilities.

Check out “Without Basketball,” the first spot in the campaign.


We’ve all had those days where pretty much anything and everything goes wrong and we just feel like giving up. But when Butler Community College presented us with the song “I Can” by the Minnutes it became the inspiration for their newest broadcast spot. As the lyrics go “I can do anything,” we were motivated to push through and make a totally killer spot with a quick turnaround time. We combined illustrations and photo real cutouts along with footage shot on a RED camera to achieve the collage-esque look.

View more behind the scenes here.


We worked with Syfy this month on title cards and a logo endpage for their upcoming original movie “Age of the Dragons,” starring Danny Glover. Watch the premier this Saturday, July 30 on Syfy.


Last October we worked on a promo for the Science Channel that involved smashing pumpkins. This season we took on crashing metal. We animated title cards and an end page for Killer Robots, which premiered on Science Channel May 30th.


Our killer animation instincts kicked in when we worked on a promo with Mocean for National Geographic’s new series Shark Men. We created the motion graphics and overall look and feel for the promo.


We always have a good time designing styleframes and boards for a pitch; especially when it’s with for our friends at Mocean and the second season of Louie on FX. If you follow Louis C.K. you can understand how crazy some of our ideas got. We had a lot of fun brainstorming and sketching while listening to the comedian. That week was probably ranked 2nd for the most obscene language heard and/or spoken in the office.