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December 3, 2014

Hudson Rouge recently asked us to create a video as part of a series of shorts for Lincoln. Read more about this paper and stop-motion animation here.

November 6, 2014

New York Magazine recently asked for a series of illustrations to accompany different sections of their ‘Weddings’ issue. Art Director: Randy Minor.

August 11, 2014

Orange Carpet is Nickelodeon’s platform for launching and featuring new movies. There are a number of different toolkits that are used to do this, including theater releases, in-home releases, and customized genre opens for comedy, action, 3D, etc. Nickelodeon enlisted HunterGatherer to help design a large, refreshed toolkit and conceive the overall look and feel.

The new packaging captures the spirit and whimsy of the franchise through HunterGatherer’s creation of a bold, colorful world. All the objects, characters and typography are playfully covered with animated orange carpet.

Click here to see the animations.

August 5, 2014

We helped 72andSunny with the ending animations for Target’s Back to School campaign. All were created practically, animating paper and other school props frame-by-frame in stop-motion. More information here.

August 2, 2014

Core77 was kind enough to post a short Q&A recently, along with some photos. Check it out here.

July 29, 2014

If you’ve been by the studio in the last 2 years or so, you know I’ve been experimenting and messing around on some new products and directions. But for those of you who haven’t, I thought it was time to start rolling some prototypes out bit by bit—starting with this folding chair and ottoman made of walnut, brass and nylon webbing. Looking forward to sharing more in the coming months. -Todd

More shots of the chair on

June 10, 2014

A couple of recent 3-dimensional illustrations for Wired Magazine. The article was about a new Quantum computer, the d-wave. A handful of illustrators were sent black cubes shaped liked the computer and asked to build their idea of what is going on inside it.

See more here and read the article here.

A quick movie of the ‘Quantum cube’