Animation and motion graphics studio, Jumbla, is proud to announce that they have been recognised at 2017’s Muse Creative Awards Competition. The studio, based in Melbourne and London, took home seven trophies - winning three Gold trophies for a series of pre-rolls for Lenovo, event graphics for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, and an explainer video for Childwise - one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit child abuse prevention organisations.
On top of the three Golds, Jumbla also scored four sought after Platinum awards - which represent the diversity of their work and abilities.
One Platinum win awarded Jumbla’s work alongside world-renowned creative agency, McCann, where the agencies worked together to create a series of event graphics to advertise The University of Melbourne’s Open Day. This wasn’t the first win for this animation, having previously taken home a Centuri Award at the Vega Awards.
Another Muse trophy was awarded to recognise the studio’s collaboration with three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome, which resulted in the multi-awarded Yellow: a visually spellbinding animation, released on Froome’s social media channels, having been presented by medical technology company Rhinomed – the sponsor for the cyclist’s campaign for a third Tour de France win. Our win for Yellow represented animation’s fourth award, previously winning, amongst others, a coveted Honoree Award at the Webby Awards - one of the most sought after awards in the industry.
Jumbla also received a Muse Platinum trophy for a video game cinematic that the studio animated for League of Legends - the most popular online game in the world, attracting 27 million players per day. The clip was made to introduce the new playable character: Ivern, the Green Father. The hard work of the collaboration has paid off, with the clip – at last count – receiving more than 5 million views on Facebook and 2.7 million views on YouTube.
The studio received their final Platinum award for Carben Creative, a landing page animation for a creative branding agency, which represented their third win for that work.
‘We’re hugely proud to be recognised at the Muse Creative Awards,’ says Steven Bradshaw, Jumbla’s head of production. ‘The studio has been working incredibly hard over the past year - branching out our abilities and employing new and innovative design techniques. It’s great to see that dedication be recognised at such a prestigious award ceremony.’
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Jumbla’s Muse-awarded projects:
Jumbla’s previous award wins:
- The Webby Awards
- Honoree Award for Yellow
- The Vega Awards
- Canopus Awards for Deakin University, Melbourne University Open Day, Polished Man, The Wilderness Society, Pause Fest
- Centauri Awards for NSW Department of Education, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2016
- The W3 Awards
- Gold for Yellow, Polished Man
- Silver for Deakin, Grey Goo
- AEAF Awards
- Silver for Deakin University
- Bronze for Yellow, Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2016
- The Bass Awards
- Bronze for Carben
- Horizon Interactive Awards
- Best in Category for Broadcast Video for Zoos Victoria
- Best In Category for Motion Graphics for Grey Goo
- Gold Motion Graphics for Carben, Lumeo, Polished Man
- Silver motion graphics AGDA
- The Webby Awards
- Honoree Award for Polished Man
- One Screen New York
- Finalist on Best Animation for Pause Fest
Jumbla is a design-driven animation and motion graphics studio. Story and design is at the heart of everything we do. Our animation and motion graphics artists create visually stunning pieces for a broad range of applications, including TV commercials, promotional web videos, internal communications, event graphics, video game cinematics, logo animations, music videos and broadcast graphics.
Our interconnected studios in the UK and Australia collaborate with clients all over the world in the film, TV, video game, video production, events, marketing and advertising industries.
Our recent projects include Valley of the Kith, an innovative video game cinematic, and Clique, an opening sequence for a drama on the BBC. Our collaborative project with Axis Animation and Amazon, Lost in Oz, has recently won three Emmy Awards!
Get in touch with us to start a project today.
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Steven Bradshaw, Head of Production
Emma Goldstone, Marketing Coordinator
Laura Breaden, Executive Producer - UK