VH1 motion boards

A little while back I was hired by VH1 Latin America to design some boards for their upcoming identity campaign. Wonderful people to work with, they were interested in developing an identity with a 70s retro vibe mingled with something slick and modern.


I had a blast pushing my vector assets and lighting effects into all kinds of directions. Shown here are some of the menu boards I designed for their animation team, both used and unused.


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  • V. 6y

    great work!
  • Nani Gutierrez 6y

    yeah like what youve done with it,
    i work here for vh1 latin america ;)
    and i ve saw the result, they are great!
  • James White 6y

    Nani, oh awesome! I worked with Sol on these, and she was a great collaborator. Do you know if these spots were completed as yet? I'd love to see them.
  • Diego Quintana 6y

    damn!... gonna stay glued to my TV to see those... bet they'll turn out f'in' sweet!

    congrats James...
  • Horacio Lorente 6y

    that's great james ;)
  • FissionMailed.com 6y

    My fav. Good work!!
  • alejandro arrubla pereira 6y

    man you are the best I can believe you made the new design for the channel its beatiful, I live in Colombia and I watch the channel every day sowhen is gonna appear your work??
  • daniel GILLES 6y

    fantastic work here! amazing!
  • hasan faisal 6y

    great work
  • Nigel 6y

    any chance of a wallpaper version ?
  • Daniel CDMs 6y

    muy guapo
  • Erik 6y

    Mmmm... the only "retro-modern" work what I see in VH1 Latin America is this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=11OQk37l_fQ
  • Alejo 6y

    wooow that looks awesome! I always wanted to see your work animated, it's got some serious kinetic feel.
    Let me know if there's somewhere to see these moving! :D
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