Kazoo Creative 
Storyboards

Client
Kazoo Creative

Art Direction
Rotem Nahlieli

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About
Set of storyboards, illustrations and early visual concepts made for graphic package for some TV broadcasts, posters and games. Kazoo Creative suggested a lot of ideas and challenges, I played with different styles, textures and camera's point of view.

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Bear Grylls' Wild Weekends Intro

July-August 2013

About
Set of illustrations made for graphic package for the TV series "Bear Grylls' Wild Weekends". Kazoo Creative suggested an Art Deco look taken from travel posters from the 1920's and 30's, when every trip abroad was considered an extreme adventure. Under the direction of Rotem Nahlieli, I played with styles, textures and camera's point of view.

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Illustration was drawn and coloured in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with Wacom Intuos and optimizated to animation.

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Alternative illustration was drawn and coloured in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with Wacom Intuos. This illustration was inspirated by books and illustrations by Enid Blyton and the Boys' Own magazine series.
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© Kazoo Creative Ltd.
© Kazoo Creative Ltd.
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Bear Grylls' Wild Weekends 
Location and Journey Maps

July-August 2013

About
Set of maps to show the route of the Wild Weekend, taking Stephen Fry out of his familiar environment on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to one of the most spectacular mountain ranges in Europe. Illustration was drawn and coloured in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with Wacom Intuos and optimizated to animation.
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3.
Secrets of the High Street

June 2013

About
Storyboard for TV Series "Secrets of the High Street". Inspired by Saul Bass' classic retro designs, we came up with vivid illustrations and typography, for a touch of energetic and joyful animation. Illustrations for storyboard was drawn in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with Wacom Intuos.
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4.
NatGeo TV Series

May 2013

About
Storyboard for a new long-running NatGeo series of funny and smart, animation-driven shorts about life’s big important ideas. We had to design some initial style frames for an episode about space travel. Illustrations for storyboard was drawn in Adobe Photoshop CS6 with Wacom Intuos.
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