Epix Brand Anthem 2019

Client: Epix

We're excited to share EPIX's brand new look with our latest Anthem spot for the network. Working closely with the EPIX executive team, we created an all-encompassing system that embodies the magic and transportive nature of good storytelling. The Anthem is the first of many places you will see the new branding roll out...have we got a story for you!

Executive Creative Director: Peter Frankfurt

Creative Director: Ronnie Koff

Executive Producer: Jon Hassell

Head of Production: Aleen Kim

Producer: Ryan Burcham

Designers: Griffin Frazen, Ilya Tselyutin, Jake Ferguson, Maggie Tsao

Designer/Animators: Blaise Hossain, Brandon Savoy, Evan Sexton, Justin Mays, Kiyoon Nam, Meng-Yang Lu, William Salas

Editor: Lin Wilde

Assistant Editor: Lexi Gunvaldson

Writers: Charlie Short, Sam Cohan

Coordinators: Nicole Thomas, Tess Perros

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