The spot for a bottomless bundle of TV and Internet services need a bundle of graphics no less bottomless. It is a pretty rare occasion - we had a chance to redo just everything in this spot - we made the room the action takes place in, we wrapped people in tiny neat balls and expanded them back, turned a plastic tube into a real elephant's trunk, assembled and animated a robot and threw in a head-statue from Easter Island just for good measure. It seems this ad swings both ways - Dom.Ru offers you its bundle and we offer ours. It is a bargain, you should really consider it)
Do you remember the first "Matrix" film? It had a remarkable character - a coder, who could look at an infinite flow of green code and see a whole world - "The Girls in Red", cars, crowds of people. Our work field makes us a bit like this guy: in an ocean of seemingly trivial stuff we seek for interesting, amusing and awesome things. For example we managed to build a whole city one'd want to live in, all with Grand shop's stock. Classical architecture of different countries, bridges, paved roads - all of it made of pretty generic items.
Check out our detailed city - the furniture capital and maybe someday you'll be astonished by something vulgar turning as fantastic as this
9 Channel News Day
The news in their very essence are nothing else but the echo of distant events, transmitted to us over by TV, so equalizer visualization as a news cast opener is a bullseye shot. Waves of crystallic, stylish pillars are forming a structure which organically leads us to a no less stylish globe, all of it designed to feel alike with every other program on this channel. Seriously though, you could only find such heaps of multi-level symbolism in some classic art, while we do it on order, and it sure feels nice