We approach projects with diligence & curiosity.
A coat of arms is a heraldic design on a shield, armor, or clothing. The concept of wearing a coat of arms originates from the Middle Ages when armor emblazoned with symbols identified allies from enemies. Historians and museums view coat of arms as the precursor to corporate logos, used for group identity.
Our creative studio, founded in 2010 by Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque, specializes in original creative services, including writing, producing, directing, filming, editing, 2d and 3d design, motion graphics, visual effects, illustration, animation, color grading, scoring, and sound design for film, television, and the web.
We love the people we work with. We think you will too.
We're grateful to our clients and collaborators for all we've accomplished together in the last year. There's so much more we want to do. Here's to what's next!
All creative by Coat of Arms
///Lullaby Theories Season Logline:
On a mission to explore the world through science, four year old, identical, twin girls discuss complex theories with their mother.
///Lullaby Theories Season Synopsis:
Coat of Arms is on a mission to make complex scientific theories more approachable. Pairing animation with conversations we’ve had with our twin daughters, we hope to inspire women, children, and anyone for that matter, to explore their world through science and with a series of videos entitled, “Lullaby Theories.”
Each episode focuses on a different scientific theory, like epigenetics, pain, sleep, and parallel worlds.
Visit https://www.coatofarmspost.com/ for more
Education is evolving at a faster pace than any other period in recent history. There’s a growing awareness among educators and families that today’s curriculum needs to evolve to meet tomorrow’s reality. Beyond tools and technology, students need to develop new skills to solve tough problems, collaborate effectively, and express ideas in new ways.
To better understand these changes, Google for Education partnered with a global team of researchers and analysts to examine evidence-based shifts in classroom education.
To help get people excited about this study, we worked with an incredible team of artists to show the journey of a pencil. A metaphor for our students across the world and for the trends Google for Education found. We see our little pencil navigate mazes, mountains and ultimately come to find its true purpose.
Check out the full study at g.co/futureoftheclassroom
Here is a creative breakdown on Behance: https://www.behance.net/gallery/81249593/Google-for-Education
Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis sucks! One mans journey with the disease echoes—"I'm still here."
This is a 360˚ film
It was our pleasure working with the Fox Digital & Fox Sports teams to create graphics for their series, "Phenoms." This is the opening title sequence for, "Attackers" - episode one.
This is the story of Ardra. She was diagnosed with MS and is now trying to navigate life as normally and naturally as possible. Now a blogger, she shares her experiences with others in an attempt to help others get through what is often described as a difficult and scary diagnosis.
This includes all four intro title sequences we created for SXSW 2019: Narratives, Midnighters, Documentaries, and Shorts.
Can you spot all the SXSW Premiered film easter eggs?
This is a true testimony by Alexis Chandler. An EMT Paramedic in Doddridge County, West Virginia.
We were honored to continue our collaboration with Google for Education after “Future of the Classroom.” Together, we continued to develop the visual style for Google for Education on their new product launch of “Assignments.”
Assignments brings together the capabilities of Google Docs, Drive, and Search into a new tool for collecting and grading student work. Save time with streamlined assignment workflows, ensure student work is authentic with originality reports, and pull up frequently used feedback from your comment bank.
Check it out at: edu.google.com/assignments
In this video we show what happens as individuals try and get heart healthy after a heart attack.
We had a great time working with this healthcare client once again. We've removed their name and the product name from the video. Instead you'll hear some bells and pings where the names would normally be. Hope you enjoy!
Our friends at Google Cloud approached us with a super fun project involving Chase Center. As a partner of the arena, Google Cloud had the opportunity to promote their partnership in unique ways across monitors, digital banners, and wrap-around screens during concerts, events, and Golden State Warriors basketball games. This is a short director's cut mashup of some of our favorites, both experiments and final used animations.
Every 40 seconds someone in the U.S. will have a heart attack. Professional Dragster, Paul Lee, was one of these people. He survived a widow-maker heart attack and was told he'd never race again. But with medical help, physical therapy, and a lot of dedication, he is racing his way back to the NHRA championship.
This video created for WebMD
Person and place are often one and the same. Born in a ballroom the night her parent’s cabin caught fire, Eleanor Mailloux danced her way through life and impacted a small village in grand ways. Through entrepreneurship, creativity, and sheer grit, she inspired an Appalachian village to aspire to more. Eleanor founded the internationally recognized restaurant, The Hütte, which reflects her unique legacy to this day.
Go to Borninaballroom.com to find out more about the film, see screening times, pre-order the bluray, or enjoy behind-the-scenes info!
Clayton Christensen coined the term, "Disruptive Innovation." We were honored to create a video that helps explain this concept for the Christensen Institute.
This is an edited version, removing any mention of the brand/client.