SKETCHLAND

SKETCHLAND

Playdead branded, created the titles and visual effects for this new comedy programme.

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART

GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART

Playdead have just finished a 2 minute animation for Glasgow School of Art’s sustainability programme.

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF BLOOD

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF BLOOD

Playdead visualised Michael Mosley’s body in 3D using MRI medical data.

BURDZ EYE VIEW

BURDZ EYE VIEW

Playdead created the titles and maps for this 6-part series.

The launch of ‘Wildless’

The launch of ‘Wildless’

What’s Funny About The Indyref?

What’s Funny About The Indyref?

Playdead just finished the graphics on this BBC comedy sketch programme!

Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley

Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley

Playdead are working with Tern to create over 20 graphics sequences for this BBC and Open University series.

Drugs Inc. Dealer POV

Drugs Inc. Dealer POV

Alongside our continuing work with Wall to Wall on the hugely successful Drugs Inc. We’ve recently been busy working on the graphics for this one hour National Geographic programme, which is part of the Drugs Inc. brand.

Raw. Unscripted. Genuine. This Drugs, Inc. one-hour special not only walks in the shoes of dealers but looks through their eyes.

On The Road 2014

On The Road 2014

Playdead were recently commissioned to design and animate the title sequence and map graphics for this new 6-part series for BBC One Scotland.

Playdead nominated for RTS Award

Playdead nominated for RTS Award

We’re delighted to be nominated for an RTS (Royal Television Society) award, for our graphics work on the BBC Four 3 Part Series, Unbuilt Britain. Read more about the project HERE.

DRUGS INC. SERIES 6

DRUGS INC. SERIES 6

We’re delighted to be working again with Wall To Wall on the 6th series of Drugs Inc. Playdead will create all the titles, maps and in-programme graphics for this 10 part Nat Geo series.

The Crimson Kite

The Crimson Kite

Playdead animated this experimental short horror story as part of the visual audio book Now Will You Listen. Watch it HERE. We fused together a number of different techniques ranging from stop-frame, 2D, 3D, filmed and hand-drawn elements to create the multi-layered textural feel. It first previewed live on stage as a performance piece at Sensoria Festival, Sheffield, 2014.