A chance to explore the possibilities of CGI. Conceptual imagery, fictional settings, backplates, cinemagraphs and more.

 

Fact or fiction

Our conceptual approach to CGI is Concept Imagery.
This is a chance to explore the possibilities of CGI. Whether it’s for social media, advertising or product imagery, our work can really make an impression.
We can create conceptual environments, conceptual imagery, fictional settings, animation backdrops, cinema-graphs and more. You only have to ask.
 

Advertising

Let us help you, there are no limits to what we can create. Our creative director will truly understand your brand aspirations and advertising strategy and create imagery that sells your concept or product.

Naked Visuals

It’s about added value and creating something different.

We use a mixture of styles to create unique and tailored imagery for you. It’s pitch imagery with a difference.

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Social Media Imagery

Do you need something to grab peoples attention?

Our concept imagery can help you to create social content that follows trends or even starts them.

Pitch imagery with a difference

Hybrid Imagery

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Do you need a backdrop for your animation or product photography? Our backplates give you the perfect foundation to set the scene, without the logistics of location photography.

Perhaps a fictional setting is the order of the day? Let us help.

Cinemagraphs

Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement occurs.

They are published as an animated GIF or in other video formats and can give the illusion that the viewer is watching an animation. Imaginative and eye-catching.

Naked Visuals

It’s about added value and creating something different. A mixture of styles to create unique and tailored imagery. It’s pitch imagery with a difference.

You may have seen this building before. For the ‘Reviters’ out there, this model is taken from the samples library of the Autodesk’s Revit.

We wanted to illustrate our skills, so taking this comprehensive Revit model made perfect sense. It gave us the opportunity to try a few things out: mood lighting, and dramatic camera angles.

We even went one stage further and developed our naked visuals solutions.