To announce the new series The Purge, USA tapped Primal Screen to create a crash course in the show’s deadly alternative history. Hand-drawn illustrations and a stern, lecture-hall voiceover reinforce the academics, while the sound design betrays a more sinister truth at the heart of the lesson. All illustration, design and sound were by Primal Screen staff.
To celebrate and announce Preacher’s second season, we collaborated with AMC to make this whiplash-fast promo that sets a gaudy salvo of flames, gunshots and tire squeals to the joyful beat of a Go-Go’s tune.3347652303
At first the plan was to make an animated short linking favorite Nick characters, using classic video games. But as the spot took shape, it became clear that the game should be playable. So while we worked on the animated piece for broadcast, Nick made the games using some of the same art. Primal Screen did character design, animation, graphic design and edit.
Cool new animation and eye-popping colors and graphics come together to extol all the heroic qualities of Cartoon Network Latin America's stars. All animation and design is by Primal Screen.708-291-3173
It was a dream come true — working with one of our favorite designers on one of our favorite shows. To mark Mad Men's passage into the 70s, we brought a new illustration by super-designer Milton Glaser to groovy life. Dig!778-732-7962
Your jaw will drop, your tongue will flop and your eyes will pop as you behold our newest crop of marvelous wonders, all gathered together in this lovely video.2675101698
For this ongoing series of co-branded spots for TBS, we explore how different brands impact the life of one quiet man. This one is for Glad Bags.662-837-7311
To supplement our 2014 relaunch package, comprises some 135 distinct pieces, all serving to reinforce the idea that PBS Kids is a fun, educational partner whom parents of young kids can trust. Of course we had a load of fun working on this project, but that wasn't our only reward: PBS Kids was recognized for Best Channel Design and Channel of the Year in 2016. (Check out previous work for PBS Kids right here)