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TP Link Brand Film

Agency: The Roster

Join us on a visually captivating journey through the TP Link brand story, beginning with two brothers and a dream, and ending with a company that connects the whole world through smart devices. With energetic animation, expressive type, and bold, branded moments, the story of TP Link debuted in front of a huge crowd at CES 2017.

Creative Director: Michelle Dougherty

Executive Producer: Chris Hill

Head of Production: Franceska Bucci

Producer: Nicole Zschiesche

Designer: Arisu Kashiwagi

Animators: Nathan Boldman, Wayland Vida, Fred Huelar, Jake Ferguson

Animation Intern: Aaron Smith

Editor: Carsten Becker

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