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Based on almost 3,500 entries from artists in 89 countries, 120 industry experts used a variety of criteria to award schools on how well they prepare students for careers in creative media and entertainment.
Winners of competition for aspiring design and media entertainment artists selected from over 3,400 entries representing 89 countries.
9th annual Rookie Awards call for entries is open to all amateur creatives in VFX, animation, games, VR, motion graphics and 3D visualization.
The Chicago-based design house rose to the challenge of creating both an animated, custom typeface and a bold main title sequence logo for the return of Peter Quill, Rocket, Baby Groot, Gamora and Drax the Destroyer in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.'
Leading design studios Sarofsky, Perception and SPOV credit Maxon’s Cinema 4D for inspiring creation of main-on-end titles, previz for main assets, medical animations and a new Marvel Studios logo.
In its fifth collaboration with Marvel Studios, Chicago-based design company animates a series of intricate mandalas for the 90-second main title sequence for director Scott Derrickson’s ‘Doctor Strange.’
Chicago-based creative design studio creates dramatic main title sequence for TNT’s new family crime drama executive produced by John Wells and Jonathan Lisco.
Design-driven production company creates main-on-end title sequence for Marvel blockbuster using C4D software suite as a central content creation production tool in delivering 3D elements.
Earning expanded design, production and VFX roles, design-driven production company delivers main title sequence and more than 20 visual effects shots for the new Marvel feature directed by Anthony and Joe Russo.
Creative director Patrick Coleman and producer Sam Clark join Chicago-based production company known for its design-driven work on commercials, brand films, title sequences and more.
Chicago design studio draws inspiration from glowing red Pym Particle and macro/micro world visual language to create unique main-on-end title sequence for Marvel hit’s feature film.