New arrivals at Woodland Park Zoo

Children’s book illustrator Ashley Barron worked with Jullian Ablaza of Toronto-based animation and design studio Crush to create a whole range of animals for a new ad for Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle

Children’s book illustrator Ashley Barron worked with Jullian Ablaza of Toronto-based animation and design studio Crush to create a whole range of animals for a new ad for Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle…

Agency Wong, Doody, Crandall, Wiener had previously seen Crush’s work on the spot Emily’s Story for the Children’s Wish Foundation in 2012.


The film was created entirely in After Effects in homage to paper craft animation. See more of Crush’s work at crushinc.com.

Creative Director: Monkey Watson
Copywriter: Peter Trueblood
Art Directors: Caitlin Finn, Daoust Huertas
Sr. Graphic Designer: Ramon Vasquez
Producer/EP: Steph Huske
Account Supervisor: Heidi Brown
Design and Animation: Crush
Creative Director: Gary Thomas
Senior Designer & Animator: Yoho Yue
Designer & Illustrator: Jullian Ablaza
Illustrator: Ashley Barron
Senior Producer: Janice Rebelo
Executive Producer: Jo-ann Cook

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