Client: Stabilo
Employer: Yune Social

To promote the pen/pencil brand Stabilo, we made a series of animations about both the men's and women's world cup, using traditional materials like pen and paper.

The latest in this series is a video celebrating the start of the 2015 Women's World Cup, in which we animated several female football players in a match against famous male football players (and beating them of course):

The above video is a successor to the first two videos we made in 2014, during the Men's World Cup. Our first video was a recreation of Robin Van Persie's magnificent goal during the 2014 World Cup match against Spain in flipbook form. I created the first and last part of the flipbook beforehand. After the actual match, a team consisting of myself and three other artist (full credits below) quickly recreated the actual goal, put together the flipbook, shot the above video and uploaded it on Youtube, all within 24 hours after the actual goal was scored.

After a few days the video had 1,5 million views on Youtube, and was featured on pretty much all Dutch mainstream media sites, as well as international media such as The Guardian, Time, ESPN, Bleacher Report and many others. It was also shown on TV shows Studio Brasil and VI Oranje.

Right after the World Cup final, we made a sequel in which we recreated the top 3 World Cup goals. The result was pretty much similar: over 1,5 million views on Youtube, and worldwide press coverage.

So far this project has been screened on the NFF (Dutch FIlm Festival) has won two Grand Prix Content Marketing awards, for Best Video and Best Content and the Grand Prix in the Dutch Best Social Media Awards.


Women's World Cup Video:

Concept/creation: Marc de Wolf, Serginho Brooks
Production manager: Nienke van der Maar
Production, styling & edit: Bas Bakhuis
Art-direction: Marc de Wolf
Animation: Marc de Wolf, Kabo Lam
Additional animation: Serginho Brooks, Chuck Bekker
Additional Colouring: Robin Bosman, Sam Ruijter, Letitia Plooi

Men's World Cup Videos:

Concept/creation: Isaac Diepenhorst, Marc de Wolf
Production manager: Tessa Robijns
Production, styling & edit: Bas Bakhuis
Post-production: Serginho Brooks
Art-direction: Marc de Wolf, Chuck Bekker, Serginho Brooks
Media / seeding: Isaac Diepenhorst
Design: Marc de Wolf, Chuck Bekker, Serginho Brooks, Ho-Wing Pang, Tristan Kromopawiro

Client: Zilveren Kruis
Employer: Yune Social

Series of fruit characters representing important factors that influence your health.

Each year on the third tuesday in september the king of the Netherlands reads a speech detailing the government's plans for the coming year. The contents of this speech always tend to leak beforehand (to the press, that is). With that in mind, I made this little animated short.

Additional sound design by Bas Bakhuis.

Free work

An illustration about the current state of our telecommunication and privacy.

Client: Argu

An animation explaining the purpose and concept of Argu, a solution-driven online debate platform..

Client: Jumbo Supermarkten
Employer: Yune Social

An interactive Facebook campaign for a Dutch Supermarket chain, which enabled users to invite their friends over for a barbecue in a playful way. They could select up to eight friends, place something tasty on the barbecue and then send out the invitation and place an image of their barbecue on their Facebook wall.

Client: VGZ
Employer: Yune Video

Animation explaining a new approach towards health care.

Storyboard, illustrations and art direction: Marc de Wolf
Animation: Chuck Bekker
Script: Allard Faas
Production: Pablo van den Berg and Suze Ruyten

Personal Work

An re-imagining of the controversial character Zwarte Piet, mixed with the style and themes of the videogame Assassin's Creed. It circulated widely on the internet, and even got a little news coverage.
For the past two years, I've been creating a lot of social media content for various brands. Below you'll find a brief selection.

Bijenkorf: What's your style?

A series of post from department store De Bijenkorf, asking their community what kind of style they prefer for various products.

Albert Heijn: Sinterklaas

A post to celebrate Saint Nicholas on behalf of Supermarket Albert Heijn

Stabilo: Summer

A post for Stabilo Netherlands, celebrating the beginning of summer.

Jumbo: What kind of shopper are you?

A series of recurring posts from supermarket Jumbo, asking their fans about their shopping behaviour.

Zilveren Kruis: Children and exercise

A series of posts from health insurance company Zilveren Kruis asking their community how they stimulate their kids to excercise.

Client: Bits of Freedom

Design for the Big Brother Awards T-shirt.