Featuring images of our larger-than-life characters, the graphics also nod to the era, using neon lights and colors, and flash transitions that take us from scene to scene.
After pulling reference, we explored several variations of the open- although our ultimate goal was to create a sequence that would capture the immense power of these figures, as well as the grandiosity and showmanship of the time. Featuring images of our larger-than-life characters, the graphics also nod to the era, using neon lights and colors, and flash transitions that take us from scene to scene.
In addition to the main title sequence, we designed and executed an entire graphics package for the series including but not limited to 50+ newspaper headlines per episode, photo sequences, and infographics.
City Services Infographics:
Reagan for President.
Young Donald Trump.
A big thanks to the CNBC team for their partnership throughout!
Starting with a design exploration for type interstitials and overall treatment, we ultimately landed on a direction that could emulate the electricity in the air on fight night. Using sharp type and an “electric” color palette, we utilized this direction to help piece together a tight, energetic edit.
As we worked through refining the edit and graphic language in tandem, the promo continued to evolve, with an emphasis on bold typography and snappy animation. The lockups for the final spot are loud and commanding of attention, just like the fight itself.
In addition to the promo, we also produced in-game banners, bugs, and tickers to complete the package.
__"Dear Santa director hopes new doc brings holiday cheer to 'god-awful' year" __- Entertainment Weekly
In addition to the hand-drawn effect of the opening credits, letters and texts to Santa, we did a number of other animated sequences, including the adorable Dutch Bunny sequence featured below.
Thanks to KTF Films and Dana Nachman for bringing this heart-warming story to us!