Nike Campaign 2012
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A series of animations that made up part of the Nike 2012 football campaign
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Nike - Brasil Kit 2012/13
Part of a series of brand films shot and directed by Intro/Julian Gibbs as  part of the Nike campaign to mark the launch of the 2012 National Football Team kits for Brazil, Netherlands, France, Poland and Portugal. A range of multiple and moving high-powered laser beam sequences scan each shirt. These passes were shot one by one on a motion control rig with a low frame rate video camera to highlight the detail and unique laser manufacturing technology used by Nike – without burning a hole in anything.
 
Credits
Client: Nike
Nike Art Director: Kevin Coatman
Studio: The Intro Partnership
Director: Julian Gibbs
Role: Animation/Compositing
 
 
Nike - National Team Kits
A promotional film for the new Nike National Team Kits 2012/13. This was displayed on a super wide format LED screen organised at Battersea Power Station primarily to promote the new Nike Mercurial football boots. Other films were created to showcase Mecurial boots, Nike Football+ and the Red Laces charity work.
 
Credits
Client: Nike
Nike Art Director: Kevin Coatman
Studio: The Intro Partnership
Director: Julian Gibbs
Role: Design/Animation/Compositing
 
 
Nike - Mercurial
A short section of shots that were used in a larger film that was displayed on a super wide format LED screen to promote Nike Mercurial football boots to a press gathering at Battersea Power Station. This film then developed into a Mercurial title sequence, building up to a sensational PA from none other than Ronaldo himself talking about the revolutionary new boot. Other films were created to showcase NTK, Nike Football+ and the Red Laces charity work.
 
Credits
Client: Nike
Nike Creative Director: Gary Horto
Studio: The Intro Partnership
Director: Camilla Kirk
Role: Design/Animation/Compositing