25 September 2009 • 11:19 0
23 September 2009 • 20:18 0
En fin film för Colorama från ett bolag jag själv inte känner till, men det säger i och för sig ingenting. Jag måste säga att jag har väldigt dålig koll tyvärr på Vfx bolag från södra Sverige. Upper first finns i Malmö. Skriv och berätta vilka ni är.
Titta även in på deras länk här under med behind the scenes materialet från inspelningen.
16 September 2009 • 22:15 0
ILP’s latest work for Ogilvy Group introducing two new products for Marabou. The spot takes us on a liquid toffee and youghurt filled flumride with raspberries and walnuts racing to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Hats off to the great people at Ogilvy for trusting us with this exciting project featuring challenges like CG fluids and crowds of cheerful ingredients.
Don´t forget to check out our “making of”
15 September 2009 • 22:21 0
This summer ILP took part in the making of the sequel to B-Reel’s award winning campaign site “Hotel 626″ for Doritos. In “Asylum 626″ B-Reel took everything a step even further and Important Looking Pirates was hired to do the post production work.
ILP was on set in Lithuania supervising the shoot. We got to be part of a truly dedicated team and had the fortune to see the great sets that were built. Back home we had a big batch of top notch footage and it was a pleasure to start working with it.
The list of effects shots to be done was long, the most complex one being an interactive sequence featuring a full-cg chainsaw. The rest were a variety of shots stretching from creating animated ECG-screens and flickering TV’s to water effects and much more. On top of that we did an extensive amount of colour grading.
Visit asylum626.com if you dare. Not for the faint of heart…
11 September 2009 • 22:27 0
During the summer Swiss was busy producing a new campaign “Change Perspective” for Saab . Together with production company Acne Film, Directors Alphabetical Order and agency Lowe Brindfors, they finished an amazing TVC and collaborated closely with Acne Digital for the interactive website.
Director: Alphabetical Order
Production company: Acne film & Acne Digital Stockholm
Agency: Lowe Brindfors Stockholm
10 September 2009 • 12:41 0