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Absolute are a team of storytellers and visionaries who thrive on exceptional client collaborations. Quality, exceeded expectations and a little magic are everyday events – and have been since our inception in 2004.
From our home in London’s Soho, we offer end-to-end editorial, colour, VFX and CGI solutions, creating stunning visuals across all media platforms. In 2022, we welcomed ENVY Advertising’s award-winning sound team to our fold, crafting sound design and music via three state-of-the-art sound studios (two of which are licensed for Dolby Atmos).
What’s more, our sister company, Blind Pig, offer ‘nose-to-tail’ animation solutions. Be it creative direction, illustration, or motion design you are after, we can help turn your vision into reality.
We’re lucky enough to collaborate with some of the industry’s legendary talent, delivering work for some of the world’s top brands.
House 337 and BlinkInk Create Unflinching Take On Animal Cruelty in Fashion for PETA
‘Red River Farm’, also created with tenthree, No.8, Absolute and String and Tins, features a band of abused animals re-educating the public about using animal skin in fashion
A Complete Noob’s Guide to Creative Compositing
Compositing is the lynch pin of VFX, but its subtleties can be intimidating - but as experts tell LBB’s Laura Swinton, time and open conversation are the keys to getting the best from it
Absolute Completes VFX on Prime Video’s Six-Part Thriller ‘The Rig’
Absolute was tasked with crafting CG and 2D solutions across all six episodes, for a total of 190 shots
Me, Myself and I(mposter): Navigating Imposter Syndrome as a Young Female Creative
Absolute's colourist Juliette Wileman on self-doubt, female representation and thinking like a non-imposter
Make Some Noise for Absolute’s Award-Winning Sound Team
Absolute's newly bolstered sound team share their highlight jobs from the past 18 months
Cheeky Kellogg's Campaign Reinvents Crunchy Nut’s Infamous Strapline
Catchy jingle from Leo Burnett London and Merman director Juliet May spotlights the troubles of =Crunchy Nut obsessions