Our award winning sophomore short film.
An audio visual exploration inspired by the hypnotic qualities of the sea.
Information and sales film for stamina
TV-commercial for Hurtigruten. An idea of an experience.
Our sixties inspired main title sequence for the film “Beatles”
based on the much loved book of the same name by Lars Saabye Christensen.
RACECAR is a creative, motion graphics design studio based in Oslo, Norway.
We create content across all platforms, for television, film, online and social media.
We are passionate about telling engaging stories through
thoughtful design, direction, illustration and animation, regardless of the size or scope of the job.
Racecar is a passionate group of individuals who love what they do and firmly believe in the power of design to amaze and amuse, compel and engage.
We take a conceptual approach to each job, with a strong focus on storytelling as an effective means of communication.
We approach each new challenge through a collaborative process involving the whole team, drawing from our diverse backgrounds to deliver the best solution.
A good story needs to be well told. This is why we work in collaboration with clients to refine script and story in order to deliver the message as clearly and concisely as possible.
From idea to production right through to delivery, we work with all aspects of a project, believing each stage an equally important and fun part of the process.
We believe that less is more. But sometimes more is more! So we treat each project as a unique and individual challenge, employing techniques and media appropriately.
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We’re delighted to announce that our sophomore short film ‘A Void’ has just won gold at Visuelt 2014 in the open class category! Our title sequence and program graphics for…
A set of fun GIF animations created from our presentation of the Stamina group:
A closer look at the character design for the Stamina presentation film.
First set of styleframes delivered to client for the title sequence to the film “Beatles”, which ended up being very close to the final result.