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animation

Film4 logo
Movie

Film4

Film4’s new identity is produced by London-based studio ManVsMachine and overseen by Channel 4’s own 4Creative. They had a complete overhaul of their OSP and idents done and gave it a more cinematic feel to it.
All the idents were shot in-camera, utilising a device that stacks frames upon frames to give the effect of a moving film strip or individual animated frames. The result is simply amazing.Continue reading

World Movies Logo Australia
Movie

World Movies

World Movies is an Australian art-house movie channel with foreign films and related content. It is owned by the public Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and is available on the country’s subscription television platforms.Continue reading

MCtv channel branding by Stato, motion graphics boutique located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
General Entertainment

MCtv

Stato, a a Motion Graphics Boutique located in Buenos Aires, Argentina worked on a new branding for MCtv. They redesigned the logo and created the overall look and feel for this playful concept of the channel. The color palette is soothing and has got a soft feel to it.Continue reading

FLIK channel branding by BDA Creative, Singapore
Movie

Flik

Flik is a newly launched Indonesian movie channel. The programming contains all Indonesian movies from 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, to current date. All digitally re-mastered in HD quality.
BDA Creative Singapore worked on the complete branding for the channel including coming up with the channel’s name.CONCEPT
The concept of the branding revolves around the meaning of “Flik” itself, which is a localized word originated from the word “Flick”. Flick means strike or propel (something) with a sudden quick movement of the fingers, or it could also means a cinema film. The Flik logo movements and animation represent a flicking library of film. The letters from the logo will expand and flick, providing an incredible landscape of movement. The flicking of the letters will emulate the celluloid of old flicking through a reel and the graceful motion of modern machines. It symbolises the relentless passage of time and the beauty that comes from this history.
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ProSieben MAXX logo
General Entertainment, Male, Men

ProSieben MAXX

ProSieben Maxx is a German free-to-air channel which is owned by ProSiebenSat.1
The channel is primarily targetted towards the male audience aged between 30-59.
The channel packaging was done by Sebastian Onufszak, an amazing designer.
Animations are crisp and nice and has that edgy feel to it. The slant given to the background environment while keeping the characters straight is a nice touch, it gives that added dynamism to the frame.  The typographic treatment given to the menu lineup is also good.

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Al Hiwar Logo
News

Al Hiwar

Al-Hiwar is an Arabic language satellite TV channel broadcasting from London. Al-Hiwar means “Dialogue” in Arabic. The channel branding was done by N3 design, a Russia based motion design agency.Continue reading

Dreamworks Channel branding by Red Bee Media. Po Ident
Kids

Dreamworks Channel

DreamWorks Channel is a Southeast Asian television network that is owned & operated by DreamWorks Animation.The channel represents DWA’s first foray into operating its own television channel in any part of the world as a result of a joint venture through CTH.Continue reading

CCTV China rebranding by Renderon
General Entertainment, News

CCTV News (CHINA)

Renderon completed a full HD network redesign and rebranding for CCTV News in Beijing China. CCTV News, formerly CCTV9, is a 24-hour English news channel, of China Central Television. It is mainland China’s only 24-hour English-language TV channel and is run by China Central Television.Continue reading

Pop tv channel branding done by Loyal Kaspar
General Entertainment

Pop

On September 2014, CBS and Lionsgate announced that TVGN would be relaunched as Pop in early 2015, with the rebranding later announced to occur on January 14 of that year with its focus shifting toward programming about pop culture fandom.Continue reading

TruTV channel packaging done by Loyal Kaspar
General Entertainment

tru TV

truTV is an American cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the Turner Broadcasting System division of Time Warner. The rebrand was done by Loyal Kaspar. with the rebrand the channel’s lineup was re-oriented with a focus on comedy-based reality programs.Continue reading

&TV
General Entertainment

&TV

One of India’s leading television, media and entertainment companies, ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) have launched ‘&TV’, their flagship Hindi General Entertainment channel.Continue reading

Time Warner Cable News
News

Time Warner Cable News

Troika was assigned to rebrand Time Warner Cable News’ suite of 16 channels, including NY1, NY1 Noticias, and 14 additional stations throughout New York, North Carolina and Texas, by establishing a unified brand strategy, position, and identity. Continue reading

KCTS9
Education, General Entertainment

KCTS9

KCTS-TV, channel 9, is a non-commercial educational station licensed to Seattle, Washington, USA. Troika partnered with North Western PBS affiliate KCTS9 to bring their new brand concept – INQUISITV to life on-air as a dynamic, entertaining identity that reinvents what it means to be local TV.Continue reading

N24 news channel
News

N24 NEWS

Storzescherich  in cooperation with Jeveux & Sticky tape, developed and produced the new on-air packaging, which included openers, bumpers, loops and image spots as well as the transformation of info-graphics which are operated in real-time.Continue reading

Foxtel Arts logo by Ink Project Australia
Art

Arts Channel

Foxtel Arts is a new high definition channel dedicated to arts, artists and a diverse heritage of creative expression. Continue reading

Canal Sony rebranding done by Dixon Baxi
Entertainment

Canal Sony

Canal Sony is a new brand for Sony across Latin-America presenting the biggest and best-in-class shows from Hollywood, with strong, memorable characters and juicy, complex relationships. Continue reading