Sep 06

New reel | Industriromantik

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New reel from Industriromantik! Check it out.

[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/48089085]

VFX, ArchViz, TVC, animation, pack shots, love, happiness, you name it – it’s all in there.

Credits: All the people at Industriromantik

Managing director / producer: Johan Ruben
Creative producer / supervisor / artist: Jacob Otterström
Supervisor / artist: Andreas Bengtsson
Supervisor / artist: Johan Segerstig
Artist: Linus Segerstig
Artist: Simon Algehov
Programming / scripting / artist: Markus Kothe

 

Sep 02

Bingolotto | Industriromantik

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Title sequence and visual concept for new season of Bingolotto.
[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/27536949]
Client: Eyeworks
3D & Post: Industriromantik

Storyboards & concept: Ariel McMillion

Industriromantik team:
Production manager: Fredrik Averpil
Producer: Johan Ruben
CG Supervisor, Creative Director & concept: Jacob Otterström
CG Artists: Simon Algehov, Markus Kothe

Jun 10

Bredbandsbolaget – Industriromantik

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My first blog about Industriromantik  in Gothenburg.

Check out their Sponsor  TVC  for Bredbandsbolaget

[vimeo=http://vimeo.com/24866040]

Client/agency:
Acne Advertising
3D/2D/VFX company involved:
Industriromantik
Team involved:
Linus Segerstig
Simon Algehov
Fredrik Averpil
Jakob Otterström
Description of the project and VFX:
A short sponsor spot was made for brand building purposes of the Bredbandsbolaget brand, which is now being aired on Swedish television.
The main idea was to replace the colored areas on a Rubik’s cube with TV screens, depicting the color area using moving imagery.
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