Masterclass, online classes taught by world renowned masters, has custom looks for the chapters and subchapters of each class.
To the right are some titles I did for classes featuring Shonda Rhimes, Steve Martin and Herbie Hancock.
Who knew how much went into potato chips?
Seriously, there were countless iterations of potato chips falling into glass bowls that I became an expert at the subject.
With Lay's, branding is everything. The color of chips, speed of fall, and the crispness of the bag were examined till we reached perfection for the tail end title.
The result? Crispy, free flowing, beautiful potato chips.
Gnarbox, the HD footage sharing device, has an active, sporty image. They came to me for a main logo animation, as well as an animation for their event, Gnarvember.
Here are some iterations for their logo animation in order of sequence - white on black logo animation, alpha logo animation for footage overlay, Gnarvember black logo animation, and Gnarvember white logo animation.
A mock up of a logo for an imaginary TV show.
I chose to go sci-fi, with 3D elements spelling out the logo.
A test logo animation I did for a mock restaurant Sushiyaki.
I opted for a more earthy palette with an ink reveal of sakura blossoms. This is accompanied by sounds of taiko drums.
These are a few mockups that I did in 3D.
The style was to be modern and elegant, with bold text against a chic white backdrop.
This is a sample test that I made going along the concept of athleticism and speed.
I created a pattern for the text to reveal, constructed each alphabet based on that pattern, and composited all alphabets together to create the final look.
On order of sequence, the final logo, the text pattern, alphabet E in construction, and the alphabets composited together.