5 Things We've Been Watching: October 2020
5 Things We've Been Watching : October 2020
We love video here at PEG (obviously) and talk about it pretty much non-stop. So, we wanted to share with you five things that caught our eye, started a conversation or gave us a little inspiration over the last month.
Fueled by The Best | Gatorade
Why it’s a thing: Gatorade is no stranger to fun, inspiring ads, and this one is no different. In addition to the usual slew of celeb athletes, this spot features some really interesting cutouts, colors and animations that give it a unique feel that we loved.
Breakout | Goodyear
Why it’s a thing: Who doesn't love a combination of traditional video and beautiful artwork? This spot seamlessly blends the two and uses the art to create a motion and movement that feels so effortless and makes it easy to repeat watch. No small feat (or in this case should we say feet?) for a commercial.
So You Wanna Design for the Movies?
Why it’s a thing: There are props all over every movie, tv show, play. You probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about who is designing them, but that's someone's job! This is a fun look at Annie Atkins experiences and her tips for getting into the prop department world of big budget films.
Evolution of Every NFL Team’s EVERY Stadium
Why it’s a thing: This is a LONG watch, but a really interesting one. It uses a combination of historical footage, interviews and 3D models to tell the story of each team's stadium history. Some stories are longer than others, but each has a mix of sports and history that we love. Short on time? Check out the beginning to find your team's timestamp and learn about the chronology of their home advantage.
Case Study: Sound For A Netflix Comedy Special
Why it’s a thing: This might get a little niche and really show our production nerdy-ness, but we found this case study really fascinating. We all have watched a comedy special at one point or another, but have you every thought about how they capture the sound of that specific event? From the jokes to the laughter, the sound at a stand-up type show can make or break a recording session. You might just think about it differently next time you watch - and listen.