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Medical and Pharmaceutical Art

Posted March 2, 2019 at 12:02am

 

A spoon full of sugar (and some help from Famous Frames) helps the medicine go down!

 

Often when we hear medical jargon, the majority of us glaze right over. Famous Frames medical and pharmaceutical illustrators are professional artists that collaborate with clients to translate complex information into imagery suited for broad audiences. For medications, hospital care, diet products, skin treatments and much more, our artists employ a variety of techniques to communicate a clear and concise message. 

For instance, in this piece by Micah Ganske, we can see that combined elements of photo composition, 3D rendering and graphics to create a clear picture of what might otherwise be an incredibly complex description of a medical technique:

 

Medical illustrators are visual problem solvers. Their contributions are vital in developmental stages of Medical and Pharmaceutical advertising. From simple imagery like this doctor at work by Alex Lanier

 

Or these images from Nick Randall showing a variety of patient care in a hospital:

 

To more specific and technical images, like this rendering of a body in motion by Lidat Truong

 

The growing need for patients to better understand the state of their health and their medical options is expanding the production of medical information aimed at the public. Advances in graphic and imaging technology are making it easier for clients to relay to consumers what was once abstract, tough to grasp information.

In addition to still imagery, the Famous Frames animatic studio can bring your spot to life with the help of animation and sound. Animatics and Boardomatics can be used by directors to perfect scenes or campaigns before production. Creating an Animatic or Boardomatic can help prevent errors in the stages of production and post production. For more information or to hire an animatics artist please contact Famous Frames.

Storyboards from the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards!

Posted September 19, 2018 at 1:42am

 

Famous Frames artists handle a variety of art services for productions: promos for photo shoots, key art, on air marketing as well as live events. These services can be used to estimate time and cost of a production, and ultimately bring the vision to life.  Using the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards as a case study we can explore the work that Famous Frames artists have provided to help these shows bring home the Gold.


In a sweeping victory, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel took home 5 Emmys. You can see a peek of Lanny Markasky's Key art frames for the upcoming season.

 

For the winner of Outstanding Drama Series, and Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesDenice Au created these Game of Thrones boards:

 

Mike Deweese provided storyboards for Outstanding Reality Competition Series winner Ru Paul's Drag Race.

 

Thandie Newton of Westworld won for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Here are Lanny Markasky's storyboards for Westworld in which we see 'The Man in Black' getting up to no good.

 

Barry took home two emmys: Bill Hader for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, and Henry Winkler for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Here are storyboards by Darek Gogol for one of Barry's more action-packed sequences. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imaginary Friend Society and Famous Frames artists unite to help kids with cancer

Posted March 27, 2018 at 8:21pm

Famous Frames storyboard artists Sean Chen, Drew Pierce, Robert Kalafut, Eddy Mayer, Lidat Troung, and Wes Louie, partnered with RPA and the Imaginary Friend Society to bring to life a cast of characters inspired by the imaginations of kids themselves. Through a series of 20 animated short films, our imaginary friends explain a wide range of complicated cancer topics in a way that kids can understand. Because the more they understand about their treatment, the less scary it will be.

Normy and Unie were brought to life with the help of FF Artist Drew Pierce

 

Sean Chen shows us that Robots Rock, and so do you!

 

Robert Kalafut draws Chopp and Cheetah

 

Renditions of Tipper and Princess Lulu, by Eddy Mayer

 

Lidat Truong illustrates the Power Puncher and Samson

 

Imaginary Friends Tuna and Jackson, illustrated by Wes Louie

 

Click Here to read more about the campain on Adweek.

 

For more info or to watch the films, please visit:

imaginaryfriendsociety.com

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