Studio Tinto worked alongside Sugarway Ltd., and directly with the Natural History Museum in London, to produce a series of graphics for some of their exhibitions.
This is small montage with some of the graphics I’ve had the luck to be able to create them. The first one in the video are some clips for Coral Reefs: Cities of the Sea exhibition, the second one are two shots for their Mammoths: Ice Age Giants exhibition that explains a new theory connecting the spread of grasslands and their extinction; and the last one was tied to the unveiling of Sophie the Stegosaurus, the most complete fossil of a stegosaurus in the world. The last one had the technical challenge of handling an over 5 million polygon (after optimisation) 3D model of Sophie.
Client: Natural History Museum, London
Art direction: Louisa Fitch
Animation: Alex Amelines