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Fizzy Eye

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Made by Fizzy Eye:

MOOG
MOOG

MOOG (2004)

About Fizzy Eye:

Fizzy Eye is a collective of directors based in London operating under one name. Fizzy Eye directed music videos for the likes of Luke Vibert and Wagon Christ and several commercials and is currently signed to Nexus Productions (UK).

Associated studios:

VooDooDog

A London-based company specializing in motion graphics and animation. VooDooDog was founded by Paul Donnellon together with David Z. Obadiah.

Visit the website of VooDooDog

Nexus Productions

Nexus was founded in 1997 and has since developed into one of the UK’s largest digital studios. Nexus produces design and storytelling for films, commercials, title sequences, brand and identity, music video and interactive design on all traditional and new media platforms.

The company produced one of the most notable film title sequences of recent years for Steven Spielberg's 2002 movie Catch Me If You Can, designed by Kuntzel & Degas. Other notable title sequences include the animated titles for Thunderbirds and Moog.

Work for the music video industry includes a Grammy nominated promo for Franz Ferdinand, and work for U2, Goldfrapp and The Chemical Brothers among others.

Nexus 10,000 square foot studio and offices are primarily based in Shoreditch, London’s fast growing creative district. But the company works with a pool of international directors, animators, designers and other creators.

Visit the website of Nexus Productions