“Hello World” says production studio Leviathan
Following a spectacular 2012, the principals of design-focused production studio Leviathan have recently unveiled a new wave of work, including their updated montage reel, at www.lvthn.com.
These updates highlight Leviathan’s latest works representing large-scale visual experiences across all media. Among them are projects for The North Face and Callaway via Factory Design Labs, for Kelley Blue Book via Doner, for Western Digital via R&R Partners, for Dodge via Union AdWorks, and for musical artists Amon Tobin, Skrillex and others. Thankfully, the considerable talents displayed here are earning considerable recognition. For example, the judges of Detroit’s prestigious 2012 D Show awarded this Dodge Dart project the “D” Award in Special Effects for a Non-Commercial project (the top award in this category), and Amon Tobin’s “ISAM LIVE” was honored in Communication Arts’ 2012 Interactive Competition, while also being named among “The Best of 2012” by the editors at Digital Arts. Leviathan also scored the Themed Entertainment Association’s 2012 award for “Ingenious Use of Technology,” and shortlist honors from the One Club and the AICP.
Leviathan’s executive creative director Jason White recently returned from a very successful trip to Australia, where he participated in events with Autodesk in Sydney as well as the Pause Digital Festival in Melbourne. Jason’s next presentation is scheduled for FITC Toronto 2013, The Design and Technology Festival, running April 21-23. Further information on that event is available here: http://t.co/ACYEjRwI
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