Yes is a word we like, and when we spoke to M&C Saatchi about working with them on this piece for Optus, it was the first word that sprung to mind. M&C were seeking something fresh to kick-off the Yes TV by Fetch launch. We wanted to design illustrations and imagery that not only matched… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Dylan McIntyre
Directed and animated by Dylan McIntyre, ‘The Art of Noise’ won one of only two silver Cannes Design Lions in 2013. With a VO and over 20 SFX to illustrate, we created a 90 second animation that would directly connect ‘what you hear’ with ‘what you see’. Through custom scripting, McIntyre developed a way to… Read more »
‘Ka-Ching! Pokie Nation’ is a very powerful documentary that screened on the ABC, that lifts the lid on the inner workings of the gaming industry. Working with Director Jane Manning from Looking Glass Pictures and the late Neil Lawrence, Resolution had the complex task of visualising some of the extraordinary statistics and science at play.
Photoplay’s Lucinda Schreiber and Resolution reunite in this playful campaign for Blackmores’ new range of Superfoods Powder via The Monkeys. The campaign offers fun and smart ways to add an extra nutritional boost to daily meals through the use of Blackmores Superfoods. Through well-timed editing and augmented stop motion animation, RES was able to bring… Read more »
We worked with BWM to develop a script and treatment that would culminate in the reveal of an impressive floral creation. Director Dylan McIntyre got up close and personal with an array of stunning seasonal flora, resulting in some incredible views of flowers in bloom, rarely seen. Macro photography was used to create a sense… Read more »
Director Dylan McIntyre was commissioned to document the installation of an unique artwork onto a series of commercial terraces undergoing restoration in The Rocks, Sydney. Mike is an emerging artist with a unique artistic vision for perspective and illusion and Dylan has captured the discourse between Art and Life in Mike’s story perfectly.
We were asked by HTC to develop a brief history of the company and their remakable innovations using a warm palette of 2D and 3D techniques and artistry. We developed the concept of a ‘notebook of ideas’ brought to life with each new page and technological evolution in the company’s unique story.