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Publicity Release Posted: April 07, 2008 13:02:40 EST
Los Angeles, CA
, April 07, 2008 | SHOOT Publicity Wire | --- Following a highly successful 2007, Syndrome, a full service design studio based in Los Angeles specializing in live action directing, and motion graphics for broadcast, commercials, and music videos, has expanded its studio, and has delivered three new graphic-heavy promo campaigns for "Guitar Hero III: Aerosmith," Malibu Rum and Spike TV. Monica Blackburn, Executive Producer, Syndrome, made the announcements.
To view Syndrome's new 2008 broadcast reel, please see:http://www.syndromestudio.com/syndrome2008reel_web.mov
ABOUT SYNDROME'S EXPANDED FACILITY SPACE:
Syndrome has doubled its physical facility space, which is located near downtown Los Angeles in the penthouse of the historic American Cement building, which overlooks the downtown skyline. Said Blackburn, "We loved our original space to begin with, and since our expansion, we now have twice the room which we will utilize to house our growing creative team, our various producers, and our visiting clients. More view, more space, more people!"
ABOUT "GUITAR HERO III: AEROSMITH:"
For client The Ant Farm, Syndrome just finished designing the graphics for the smash videogame "Guitar Hero III: Aerosmith Edition," which features all of Aerosmith's hits from the beginning of their careers to stardom. This was Syndrome's third "Guitar Hero III" graphics package. To view this work, please see: http://www.syndromestudio.com/ghaerosmith_web.mov
ABOUT MALIBU RUM PROJECT:
For client Publicis, Syndrome animated the end tags featured within Malibu Rum's new "Flip Flop" TV commercial. The spot will be airing internationally, including in the UK, The Netherlands, and other countries. To view this spot, please visit: http://www.syndromestudio.com/malibu_web2.mov
ABOUT SPIKE TV PROJECT:
For Spike TV's "TGIF: World's Best Bartender Competition" TV show, Syndrome designed an animated opening sequence. This sequence was created through "first person perspective," as we—the viewer—appear to be sliding down the length of a bar while shakers and glasses are being tossed overhead. When "we" get to the end of the bar, the camera pulls back to reveal a hand catching the drink that was sliding down the bar along with our point of view. To view this work, please see: http://www.syndromestudio.com/tgifridays_web.mov
Founded in 2002 by Creative Directors James Larese, Mars Sandoval, Micah Hancock and Executive Producer Monica Blackburn, Syndrome is a full service design and production company based in Los Angeles specializing in live action directing, motion graphics for broadcast, commercials, and music videos.
Syndrome is represented in the area of Broadcast by The Ashy Agency, www.ashyageny.com, and is represented in the area of Commercials and Music Videos by Robin Frank Management, www.robinfrankmanagement.com.
Syndrome's phone number is 818/623-0026 and the web is: www.syndromestudio.com. Contact Info
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