Nexus Studios brought together a host of talent to create a series of 10 playful and beautifully crafted idents that launched Oppo’s Reno2 phone.
Mighty Nice, Jack Cunningham, Felix Massie, Laurie Rowan and Sam Southward all created distinctive mini narratives around the phone’s arrival, using a wide variety of styles and techniques to create a range of characters and stories that mark the phone’s release in fun and unexpected ways.
directed by Greg Sharp
Hard-to-manage hair takes on a life of its own in Mighty Nice’s characterful and comedic digital stop motion cut out for Oppo’s Reno2.
directed by Jarrod Prince
There’s something in the woods. Packing pace and characterful drama into a tight space, Mighty Nice’s Creatures for Opp’s Reno2 evokes Miyazaki films and 90’s nostalgia.
directed by Robertino Zambrano
Mighty Nice blend genres and a graphic novel sensibility in K9 for Oppo’s newly launched Reno2. A dynamic stippling technique and light and shadow shapes raise the tension in the scene, only for everything to ultimately come up sausages.
directed by Michael Shiao Chen
Mighty Nice’s Karate for Oppo’s Reno2 is a painful yet comedic take on the concrete breaking demonstrations by martial arts artists. Cemented in strong graphical shapes, the spot draws on Japanese anime with Kabuki undertones adding to the enhanced theatrics of the piece.
directed by Haein Kim & Paul Rhodes
An irritating distraction causes chaos in Mighty Nice’s simple and fun ident heralding Oppo’s Reno2.