Create a title sequence and graphics for the hidden-camera show
Titles and GFX Jungle
Brief Create a title sequence and graphics for the hidden-camera show, combining the sophistication of surveillance with the humour of the Pink Panther films.
How it was done Jungle was inspired by 1960s design, the work of graphic designer Saul Bass, and a host of spy movies.
It created titles that also reflected the haphazard nature of the show.
The footage of a figure leading a team of spies across a graphic landscape while performing simple tasks was shot by Jungle on an iPhone.
A member of the team was then rotoscoped and tracked using Cinema 4D, before all elements were composited in a 3D environment using Flame.
The sound design was completed by Culum Simpson, using a Fairlight EVO mixing console.
Watch it Saturdays, 6pm, BBC1