Ad Nut
Nov 21, 2019

I see a Kia and I want to paint it black

THE WORK: 'Sorento Black Pack Edition' for Kia by Innocean Australia.

The agency calls the spot above mesmerising, and Ad Nut would have to agree. Admirably simple and arresting.

CREDITS

Client: Kia Motors Australia
General Manager Marketing: Dean Norbiato

Agency: Innocean Australia
ECD: Steve Jackson
Art Director: Rod Soares & Ashley Reeve
Copywriter: Rod Cunha
Head of Production: Craig Sloane
Group Business Director: Jamie Clift
Account Manager: Amber Lowings

Production Company: FINCH
Director: Toby Pike
Executive Producer: Loren Bradley
Producer: Camilla Mazzaferro

Post Production/VFX: Heckler
Head of VFX: Jamie Watson

EPs: Will Alexander, Bonnie Law

Head of 3D: Tom Corbett

VFX Supervisor: Ryan Trippensee

Senior VFX Producer: Emily Higgins

CG Artists: Ben Watts, Octavio De Lellis, Jack Scrase, Nick Kaloterakis, Boris Fomin, Tim Jarick & Chris Norris

Online: Tim Hannah

IO: Adrian Maurici

Music Composition: Squeak E. Clean Studios
Executive Creative Producer: Karla Henwood
Composer: Charlie White
Sound Design: Charlie White 

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