Minivegas is a creatively driven multidisciplinary studio formed in 2005 that redefines content creation through a combination of filmmaking, animation, VFX and programming. Minivegas offers a focus on film and cross-platform projects with a track record of innovation in this area. Their unique studio model unites the efforts of their team through a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to production. They collaborate with production companies, individuals, brands and advertising agencies worldwide by helping them to develop their visionary creative across all platforms. Whether it’s a commercial, mobile app or feature film their rich toolset will be able to suit any type of production. Their pioneering work has earned them a couple of worldwide accolades, with wins at the Cannes Lions, the CADs and the D&AD.

Minivegas’ quirky comedic sensibility comes wrapped in a striking visual style. This combination saturates their body of work. Their passion to take on challenging projects provokes a relentless search for like-minded obsessive types to build new teams of talented artists carefully chosen to fit each creative assignment. From creating advanced digital content to showcasing and nurturing international artists at their Vegas Gallery in London they are animated by a passion for great work – wherever it may be found. The gallery’s exhibitions have been touted by Dazed & Confused, WOUND, Art In Culture, Artworld, Times Online, The Independent and the Saatchi & Saatchi Gallery website as on of the top ten London shows of the summer. One of Vegas’ recent art performances even made it into Bizarre magazine.

Next to having a strong reel in traditional commercial work for major brands including Levis, GQ, Ray-Ban, Starwars, Nintendo, Red-Bull, Nissan and Heineken they also feel at home in the digital arena. They have recently created a fully integrated campaign for Heineken worldwide through Sid Lee Amsterdam. Their digital installations have been seen at Art Rotterdam, The National History Museum in London, Ether at the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall in London

The studio is currently working on a self-initiated multi platform interactive project that is due to be released…