For the Launch of the GT-R supercar, Nissan asked Subtext for a stylized rendition of the globe for use on their pre-launch teaser website. Monovich designed a series of globes that give off an air of menace and play off the triangular lines found on the GT-R itself.
For round 1 of the PBS/Wired Science Project, Digital Kitchen invited Monovich to design and concept a set of storyboards/style frames. Although this script wasn’t ultimately used, the overall look and feel were produced with an alternate concept. (see here)
SciFi UK asked Aerodrome to create a graphics package for thier SciBlog co-branding bumpers. Sciblog provided web-like interface on TV with which to show movie trivia, competitions, and other facts throughout the showing of feature films on SciFi.
Monovich designed and animated the piece while on staff at Aerodrome. Creative Directed by Scott Miller.
Fresh off of the success of American Idol, the producers of the show called Aerodrome to create the open for their newest creation: So You Think You Can Dance. Aerodrome created a flashy, stylized world with a color pallette as diverse as the dancers who populate it. Monovich designed, animated, and was 1st a.d. on the shoot. Everything in the piece is CGI except the dancers themselves.