We are obsessed with this print collaboration between Sweaty Betty and NERD’s Marcos Chin. Summer is finally here!
Our freshly launched director Hayley Morris stands for everything that we envision here at NERD – gender equality in the industry, encouraging young talent and crafting visually stunning work – that’s why we’re diving deeper into Hayley’s inspiring, handcrafted world to discover more about how she became the thriving success that she is today.
Prepare for Sally Hansen’s latest collaboration to throw you back to your childhood days with these cute and quirky stop-motion Instagram spots.
In his latest passion project, Billelis takes inspiration from sci-fi design as well as movies like Ready Player One, Terminator and Transformers.
NERD’s illustrator and animation director Yibi Hu recently worked with singer/songwriter James Billett to create this thought provoking music video exploring religion and the discovery of the self.
NERD’s 3D illustrator and animation director Billelis spoke to Digital Arts about the benefits of using social media to promote yourself and your work.
We are thrilled to welcome Billelis to our diverse roster of talent here at NERD Productions.
We recently welcomed animation directing duo Paloma to the NERD roster. Made up of Alicja Jasina and Lucas Borrás, Paloma is the meeting of two diverse, creative minds. Alicja, a Polish-born 2d animation director and motion graphic designer, has a background in fine art and illustration. Lucas, who is already represented by NERD, artfully blends live action and animation in his mixed-media approach to storytelling.
Together, Paloma thrive to create imaginative and visually poetic storytelling in a wide range of mediums, knowing no boundaries. With such an exciting and inclusive ethos behind their work, we couldn’t wait to get to know Paloma a little more…
‘The Matter of Jerusalem’ directed by NERD Productions’ Shay Hamias ‘was recently selected to be displayed at the Bodleian Library at The University of Oxford as part of the ‘Redesigning the Medieval Book’ display, alongside the original fifteenth-century manuscript it is based on. The exhibition explores the origins of early English graphic design and features works from a selection of artists as well as over 60 manuscripts and objects from the Bodleian collections.