When Columbia Business School rebranded in 2014, we worked with creative agency The Burns Group to create a series of TV spots for the launch, using the new tag The Very Center of Business as inspiration.
Directed by Robert Hall Agency: The Burns Group
Part of a branding campaign we made for Grind, a community-oriented co-working space, with locations in NYC and Chicago.
Directed by Robert Hall Motion Design: Nol Honig
We created the energetic typographic animation for this national TV campaign for Gorton's Sea Food.
Designed and Animated by Nol Honig
Agency: The Burns Group
SHORT FILM: "The Side Effects"
We are huge fans of David Bowie's music, and felt moved to create this dark tribute to him after he passed away in 2016.
Based on an excerpt from "David Bowie's Low" by Hugh Wilcken, published by Bloomsbury Publishing.
Directed and Designed by Nol Honig Voice Over & Sound Effects: Carl Bishop
RIP Thin White Duke
Columbia Business School
We produced this TV spot promoting Columbia Business School's newly launched Executive MBA program.
Agency: The Burns Group
Director: Robert Hall
Producer: Annie Bishop
Philadelphia Museum of Art
In 2016 The Philadelphia Museum of Art commissioned The Drawing Room to create teaser spots for all of their ongoing exhibitions.
This was one of our favorites, since we are such big fans of Pop Art and the music of Alberto Continentino.
Much thanks to the Creative and Brand Engagement Manager Luis Bravo at the PMA.
Aereo was a tech company in NYC that allowed subscribers to view live and time-shifted television content on their mobile devices.
We thought it was really cool, and were thrilled when they hired us to create this promotional video for them.
Unfortunately, the Supreme Court shut them down, ruling in favor of the broadcast networks.
Directed by Robert Hall Produced by Linda Rafoss/Zebra
We were so lucky to have worked with the amazing Murray Hill on this six-episode season for MTV Other.
Come prowl the once-seedy streets of NYC and Brooklyn with Murray, as he takes on drunk people, celebrities and the occasional drunk celebrity.
Warning - contains many references to Miley Cyrus and twerking.
Directed by Robert Hall
Graphics and Animation by Nol Honig
Murray Hill talks song of the summer with Brooklyn’s hippest + finds out the true meaning of “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” from the man himself: Beastie Boys’ Adam ‘Ad-Rock’ Horovitz.
Murray Hill braves the hot, sticky New York streets in a quest to fill mouths with balls and find out how Honey Boo Boo farts.
A super-useful tool we developed for After Effects.
This handy-dandy gizmo helps you keep your projects neat and clean, just the way you like them.