Music video for Young the Giant's 'Something To Believe In,' from their upcoming album, Home of the Strange.
Label: Fueled By Ramen
Directed by: Drew Tyndell
Producer: Rhiannon Tyndell
Rep: Jen Herrera at Las Bandas Be Brave
© 2016 ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP.
New music video for French band, General Elektrik's new song "Angle Boogie".
Composer: Herve Salters
Label: Wagram Music
Animation: Drew Tyndell
Music: Shannon Ferguson
Sound Production: Mooj Zadie
Special Thanks to Kevin Ferguson
My contribution to Daniel Savage's Yule Log project. Watch them all at watchyulelog.com
A weird little opening sequence for Adult Swim's Off The Air episode, "Shapes."
A weird looping animation for Adult Swim's "Off the Air". This episode had a theme of "holes".
Watch the full episode here.
Animated gif for UK financial magazine, CIMA, commissioned by the great people at Dutch Uncle.
Each shape was created by blindly drawing to music. These shapes, lines and counterforms were collaged together to form the final piece.
Computer Team was one of over 20 international studios chosen by Universal Everything to create a short animation to be projected onto the Sydney Opera House sails at Vivid Sydney 2015. Each participant was given a word to use as a theme, and ours was FILL. You can see our section, starting at 0:58.
Abstract looping animation inspired by Drew's favorite childhood videogame, NBA JAM (1994)
An ongoing personal project of animated gifs.
A personal project: a hand-painted animation exploration.
Pitch boards for the opening sequence of The Last Man On Earth. Drew was commissioned by Alma Mater in Los Angles.
Producer: Kate Hawkins
Art Director: Maria Gonzalez
Art Director: Jeff Boddy
Head of Design/CD: Bowe King
Senior Producer: Andrew Sommerville
Animators: Jeff Boddy, Matt Darnall, Drew Tyndell
Production: John Mallett, Lindsey Mazur
Photography: Mikey Pehanich
Color: DJ Miranda
Case study branding for Skylar Morgan Furniture + Design, including a modular logo with shapes that can be rearranged into different configurations.
Pre-Computer Team. Some of creative director Drew Tyndell's favorite projects from the last 14 years.