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Video Games & Famous Frames - E3 2015

Posted June 24, 2015 at 4:07pm

EVEN IN THIS AGE OF DIGITAL DOMINATION - IT STILL ALL STARTS WITH THE ART! Famous Frames artists proved this with integral preliminary contributions.  Here is a small sampling of some of the art that the Famous Frames artists contributed at this years 2015 E3 Convention. 

Famous Frames Art at E3 

One of the highlights of E3 Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event presentation started with puppet versions of Shigeru Miyamoto, Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aime doing a Tarantino walk to the stage, then transforming into delightfully fuzzy Star Fox characters. These puppets looked incredible because the Nintendo Muppets were actually built by the Jim Henson Company, and the intro was directed by Jim Henson’s son, Brian Henson. Famous frames artist Drew Pierce worked very closely with the Henson team to bring this vision to life.

Nintendo Digital Event - E3 2015

On Sept. 15, 2015, when the third expansion, The Taken King, will be released. At E3, the first slice of the expansion's new campaign was played.  

Artists Micah Brenner and Drew Pierce worked with Bungie to create the stunning art fans of the Destiny franchise are accustom to seeing.

Micah Brenner's storyboards for The Taken King

Jeremiah Wallis worked on to promotions for Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege, and this time it will have a few new game modes to play with instead of simply “kill everyone.”  Hooray for that!

Jeremiah Wallis storyboards a promotional campaign for Rainbow Six Siege

Category: Video Games

The World Cup's Creative Collaboration with Famous Frames

Posted June 27, 2014 at 11:19am

Famous Frames artist Wes Louie worked with Wieden Kennedy Portland on some of the preliminary art for Nike's "Risk Everything" campaign. Wes’ work contributed to "The Last Game"  which features an animated cast of soccer's biggest stars, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Neymar da Silva Santos and Tim Howard as they contend with "perfect" soccer clones who "play it safe." 

Nike Football: The Last Game

Artist Lidat Truong also worked on the Nike campaign with Wieden Kennedy, Portland providing key frames that appear in a number of the spots. These spots have racked up more than 75 million views, thanks to appearances from these World Cup standouts.

Nike Football - Free Kick

Nike Football: Tunnel

Artist Denice Au worked with DNA and gave a little thrill to Soccer fans worldwide with Samsung’s first complete Galaxy 11 promo video, showing an entire team of renowned players joining forces to play a football game against aliens who just happen to be football aficionados “visiting” Earth.

#GALAXY11: The Anthem

Micah Brenner worked with Skunk on this Visa spot, where Usain Bolt learns Portuguese, plays football with the kids on Copacabana beach, and even dances a little samba at a Rio street party. 

Visa Samba do Brasil (Samba of Brazil)

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