Yoga Journal, the world’s premier Yoga Magazine, commissioned Westbase to produce a series of DVDs and web series. Bestselling DVDs include Yoga for Strength & Toning and the Yoga Journal Beginner Guide, which features an innovative encyclopedia with 360 degree views of all major Yoga poses.
For the iDAT exhibition at the Singapore Science Center, Westbase created a digital art show which includes work of some of today’s most regarded digital artists such as Aaron Koblin, Mike Posehn, Jacques Khouri, and Scott Hall.
Used in schools across the US and recently awarded the Teachers’ Choice Award for best new classroom products, this animated DVD series and accompanying curriculum teaches elementary school students about sustainable living through entertaining animations and hands-on activities.
The Living Yoga series for the world’s leading yoga magazine Yoga Journal, consists of 10 DVDs with over 14 hours of high quality content. Westbase produced all video content and DVDs, which have won both a Telly and Davey award for best instructional videos.
This short product video highlights the integration of print and video content into new digital formats. As content becomes more exchangeable from printed magazines to web and mobile devices, magazine publishers face new challenges and opportunities, which are highlighted throughout this simple animation.
For VMN, the world-largest urban art installation based at Victory Park in Dallas, TX, Westbase produced branding as well as created opening animations, trailers and teasers for all programs shown on the network.
Shot on the USS Essex near the coast of Japan as well as various Navy and Marine bases in Virginia, this US Navy documentary series highlights new innovative technological methods used within the organization.
During Fortune 500′s conference series the Fortune/Legatum prize was presented to companies that successfully implemented new technological advancements in developing countries. This series of videos included motion graphics and short documentaries about the awarded companies that were shown at the State Department in Washington, DC during the conference.
For the annual Zeitgeist conference at Google, Westbase helped develop the concept for an immersive experience using Google’s trending feature Zeitgeist, which displays the most searched-for terms on Google.com.
This unique corporate film is unlike any corporate training film previously made. This series of live action puppet shows was created with the help of the puppeteering team behind films such as Being John Malcovich and TV show Fraggle Rock. Westbase produced an elaborate multi-camera studio shoot using dozens of sets and puppets.
The Westbase produced animated series Rotville has screened at Mipcom in Cannes and Asia Television Forum in Singapore. Together with the award-winning Green Living Curriculum and After School Program, this animated show is available to elementary students across the US. Please visit toymato.com for more information.