The series we’ve created with partners like Esquire and PBS have spread across social media and the digital space. But our brand of animated storytelling has also found a home on stages and screens beyond computers and mobile devices.
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER
When JALC opened it’s new space at Columbus Circle in Manhattan, they wanted to create a vibrant video installation adjoining the theater spaces and the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame. We created an animated series featuring legends like Miles Davis and Ella Fitzgerald that would run on a loop and spread across 16 connected video screens. The installation can also be seen on Jazz at Lincoln Center’s video screens that delight passerby on Broadway.
The Blank on Blank animated interview series took off on YouTube. It is also some of the most-viewed content on the PBS channel on Roku and Apple TV. Select episodes of the series have also aired after Masterpiece Theatre on PBS broadcast, with individual stations across the country also running episodes as part of their regular programming.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
When Nirvana was elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, the producers of the show used our Kurt Cobain Blank on Blank episode during the extended video montage to the band that was shown in the arena and broadcast to millions of fans around the world.
Selections from the Blank on Blank series have been offered as in-flight entertainment on Virgin Australia, Etihad, and Qantas airlines.
At Cannes Lions 2015 International Festival of creativity, the CEO of Razorfish wanted an innovative way to enliven his talk on the ever-changing face of marketing and technology.
So when he got on stage, he tossed to a series of short animated clips that we created from candid interviews with top Razorfish clients including Citigroup, Airbnb, and Mondalez. The clips were shown on a massive screen in the event space and served as launch points for the conversation with his guest speakers.