For the fourth season of You’re the Worst, we worked with our friends at FX on this package filled with lip bites, eye roll snark, and detached cool.
We were fortunate to snag some time with the FX crew for a quick live action shoot with Chris & Aya to intercut with stylized still photography. Live action mixes with hand crafted type, bound by rhythmic tiling grids in pieces built to surround and support the broadcast series.
We might all be the worst, but hopefully we’re somebody’s worst.
Link to Stills and Credits.
A little while back, the super cool folks at Turner & Warner Bros. reached out to us to create a music track that would accompany their new official Boomerang video streaming service. It features access to thousands of new and classic cartoons from the Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera and MGM libraries.
It was a real treat to sequence a few different ideas before homing in on the final one, “Harebrain,” that would eventually pair with some of our own animated heros like Bugs, Scoob, Elroy, and the rest of the Boomerang lineup.
Below is the animated intro included in the app, produced by Warner Bros., featuring “Harebrain.”
Beyond the app, various versions of “Harebrain” can also be heard in several broadcast spots, produced by Turner, including a few where live action meets animation.
When we’re asked to go off-model, we go off-model. To help promote Every Simpsons Ever on FXX, we were asked to craft something new and unexpected that was recognizably Simpsons, but not properly Simpsons. We reduced and reorganized characters and hitched and halted animated movement in an effort to be Simpsons-esque… but, definitely not Simpsons proper. The characters almost merge, but not quite. If one were so daft they may say they are Marging, not merging.
Link to Stills and Credits
If fantasy football is hybrid of the little guys wanting to be like the big guys, then why not have a package that itself is a hybrid of big and small.
For season six of the FXX series The League, we created an episodic package made up of several micro-vignettes. Tiny hairstyles, tiny toilets, tiny nudity, and tiny trophies are all there. It has everything except overwhelming scale.
The package was captured entirely as live action. All optical effects captured in camera.
Link to additional Season 6 Stills and Credits.
Below is a montage of the episodic package and promos we created for the seventh and final season of the The League on FXX.
It may be the final season in the trophy room, but the gang of The League isn’t going to go out quietly. Handcrafted busts get theirs when hundreds of gallons of Rafi-Ade explodes across the scene. A celebratory tsunami of orange drink sees the distinguished arrangement sink as FXX closes the book, and the EBDB, on the long fantasy run of The League.
Link to additional Season 7 Stills and Credits.
Can’t stopsicle, won’t stopsicle. Put on your new kicks for the new mix, because “Popsicle” has a remix.
Given top secret materials and instructions from the gang at Cartoon Network, we were charged with remixing “Popsicle,” the music track we had previously delivered earlier this Summer. CN reached out to their awesome audience with the network’s own CN Sayin’ app. Kids were challenged to sing back the four note mnemonic jingle into the app while it recorded. Once collected, we sorted and sifted through all the fantastic entries and chopped, pitched, and stretched them into this new package of remixes in several different durations for maximum flexibility in future use by CN.
You can currently hear the “Popsicle – Remix” airing as part of Cartoon Network’s “New Thursdays” Campaign. Below is one of the :60 spots, produced by Cartoon Network.
We also delivered versions of the remix without the kids, which you can hear in this CN produced spot for Mixels.
Take your ears to the fun dungeon with new music we made for Cartoon Network’s Summer 2015 refresh. Check out the song we call “Popsicle.” No doubt, Clarence would tell you it’s worth it.
We were tasked with creating a song based on the four note Cartoon Network mnemonic jingle you hear whenever the CN logo pops up. Done and done. Then we broke down and recomposed the song into six other versions of different lengths for a whole package of sounds to be used throughout the Summer. You’ve probably already heard it play on CN as the song that kicks off the CN broadcast day with the emoji filled 6am sign-on, as part of their “New at 6” Summer campaign, on the Cartoon Network CN Sayin’ app on your phone, and various other promos between shows.
Can’t just listen to Popsicle nonstop on repeat? Your playlist is a miss? Your bearstack is whack? You can always listen to previous tracks we’ve made for CN like “Wires,” “Glazer,” and “Wintertone.” Or, check out the rest of our catalog available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc.
Below are few on-air spots produced by CN featuring “Popsicle.”