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With the aim of promoting the university to prospective students around the world, our brief was to produce an animation based on the brain-spinningly brilliant lecture by SOAS's Dr Angus Lockyer, 'A Short History of the World'.
Around 85% of the world’s fisheries are overfished or exploited, pushing species into extinction and destroying our environment. WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) is the biggest conservation organisation to focus on seafood globally.
From wind farms to solar panels, sustainable sources of energy are important for the future of our planet. But unfortunately, the wind doesn’t blow and the sun doesn’t shine according to our energy needs.
When Harper Collins, publishers of the Collins’ English Dictionary, asked us to come up with an animation to celebrate the launch of their latest edition, we were thrilled.
The Amazon is home to almost one-third the planet’s remaining tropical rainforests, and one in 10 of all the species we know about – and very likely many we don’t.
It isn’t just about glitzy awards ceremonies at BAFTA. They’ve got an eye on the up and coming hopefuls too. BAFTA Guru provides a platform for budding talent in TV, Film and Gaming to get advice, inspiration and guidance from those at the very top of those industries.
Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck, which specialises in the research and development of treatments for psychiatric and neurological disorders, celebrated its centenary in 2015.
Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February every year, a global point of focus in the ongoing efforts to raise awareness of rare diseases and the difficulties faced by those that suffer from them.
The great uncharted wilderness of the internet can be a dangerous place for children and young people. And, while concerned parents do what they can to protect them from predators, bullies and inappropriate content, the most effective protection comes in the form of education.
The years leading up to the rebellion against British rule in Ireland in April 1916 were marked by significant political, cultural and military developments in Ireland and throughout Europe.
Action for Children went to Glastonbury Festival with the aim of inspiring festival-goers to lend their support to their cause. And, through Neon Creative, they commissioned us to produce an animation that would resonate with the crowds.