Create a modern and sleek look for the four stripped shows
Titles and GFX Light Creative
Brief Create a modern and sleek look for the four stripped shows that chart the day-to-day running of Heathrow Airport.
The graphics needed to illustrate the programme’s complicated scientific explanations, which are used to offer an insight into the juggling act required to run Heathrow.
How it was done Creative director Ant James’ concept involved creating a 3D representation of Heathrow and giving it a graph-paper feel to soften the scientific content.
The titles show a plane traversing from the real world into the graphical, introducing the graphic theme that will be used within the show.
The core team that designed more than 10 minutes of animation comprised Max Joseph, James Taylor and Duncan Dix, all of whom used Maxon’s Cinema 4D.
Watch it Monday 17 June, 8pm, BBC2