Aero Film director, Klaus Obermeyer brings a new twist to the horrors of textiing and driving.

VR's Big Mainstream Moment

Amazed and proud of Therapy Studios' involvement in this Sunday's NYT feature...

"By distributing 1.3 million Google Cardboard viewers with its upcoming papers—and by launching a free NYT VR app for iOS and Android—the Nov. 7 issue should have a massive impact in the world of VR and journalism."

Check out the New York Times VR piece this Sunday, directed by the always talented Chris Milk and sound designed by Therapy Studios very own Eddie Kim!

GOODREBEL Welcomes ARTJAIL To The Roster

We're proud to announce the visual geniuses at ARTJAIL have joined the GOODREBEL family.

The VFX studio, based in NYC, specializes in Compositing, CG, Complicated VFX Shots, Beauty, Retouch, Automotive, Color Grading, and Finishing. 

Excited to work with these avant-gardes! Check it.

Bram Coppens joins BUNKER!

"BUNKER is the perfect fit for me. It's a company founded by artists and therefore have a sophisticated sense of what is interesting in advertising. I think their work speaks for itself and always has a strong point of view. " said Coppens." "I know we are going to create some really great work together."

We feel exactly the same, Bram. So excited to welcome you to the BUNKER family.

Read more here.

RAM and Warren Fischer encourage you to take time for yourself on Sunday

The recent SoCal rain brought us a beautiful landscape for shooting this spot. It also left a giant puddle for Brad's car to swim in on the way to set.. 

Never a dull moment for GOODREBEL and BUNKER/NY collaborating with the awesome team at the Richards Group and RAM Trucks. Thanks for the laughs and the tow!

This truck is solid.

Transistor Studios Opens Austin Office

Transistor Studios recently expanded their sick design empire in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and opened their second office in Austin, Texas. Being in one of the nation's fastest growing cities and center of what's hot in the art and music communities as well as a growing interactive presence, we can only expect bigger and better for them. Watch out Austin! You've got company.

Here's a taste of what they've been up to:

Asche & Spencer's Sick Search Tool

Asche & Spencer spent two years perfecting their industry focused search tool. No sign in required. It really couldn't be easier to find that perfect tune for your next project. Need some tweaks? It's all their music, so that's not a problem either! I could say more, but it's really self explanatory.. even in Japanese!