Virunga

Virunga

We’re excited to have just been working on the titles for feature film documentary “Virunga“. The incredible true story of a group of brave individuals risking their lives to save Africa’s oldest national park in the midst of renewed civil war and a scramble for the region’s natural resources.

KILLER MAGIC

KILLER MAGIC

Playdead have just finished the branding and graphics for this 6 part BBC Three magic series! Titles, stings, scoreboard, name cards, theme cards…

Translucent Medical

Translucent Medical

Playdead have finished creating a motion graphics concept film for technology company Translucent Medical.

Shetland // BBC One Drama

Shetland // BBC One Drama

We’ve been busy working on a new title sequence for BBC One drama series Shetland. More details to follow…

ITV Exposure // Forced To Marry

ITV Exposure // Forced To Marry

We’ve just finished 4 x 30 second graphics sequences for ITV’s hard hitting documentary series Exposure. Broadcast on 09/10/13 at 10.35pm ITV1.

Vinnie Jones: Russia’s Toughest

Vinnie Jones: Russia’s Toughest

Just finished branding and creating a full graphics package for 6 part series: Vinnie Jones: Russia’s Toughest to be aired later in 2013 on National Geographic Channel. Can’t wait to see it!

GCSE Bitesize motion comics

GCSE Bitesize motion comics

We’ve had a lot of fun creating 6 x 5 minute motion comics for BBC Bitesize, using the amazing illustrated work of artist John McCrea. We’ll let you know as soon as they’re published on the BBC Bitesize website.

 

Spinal Injuries Scotland

Spinal Injuries Scotland

We’ve been busy working on a 12 second animated sequence for Spinal Injuries Scotland to introduce their online video content.

Dispatches…

Dispatches…

“Britain On Benefits” Monday 25th January // Channel Four // 8.00pm. Graphics designed by Playdead.

The Culture Show // Abraham Lincoln

The Culture Show // Abraham Lincoln

Tonight // 12th February 2013 // BBC Two at 23.20.

Graphics and map animations by Playdead.

“Abraham Lincoln is one of the most iconic figures in American history. Justin Webb, the BBC’s former North American editor, explores the enduring myth of the president who helped to shape the American Dream”.