'Dog Country' pilot show open

A dog-oriented open and show branding put together to help pitch a pilot.

August, 2010
Art DirectionCreative DirectionMotion Graphics
This is a show open that I concepted and created for a show pilot.  This piece utilizes a 2.5d technique on the photographs that to this day I have not really seen done like this.

Completed September 1, 2010
You really have to see this in motion to appreciate the depth in the photographs.
One little detail that gets easily overlooked in this concept: all of the names on the map are dog's names.
I'll take any excuse to make an Indiana-Jones-style red line along a map.
Everything shown here is actually 2d cards from augmented stock photography.

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