Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like”

 

Co-directed by Bruno Mars and Jonathan Lia (Goodcompany)

Credits

Production Company: Good Company
Director : Bruno Mars & Jonathan Lia
Producer: Jeremy Sullivan
DP: Santiago Gonzalez
Editor: Jacquelyn London
Color: Marshall Plante (N’Tropic)
Design/Animation : General Population (GenPop)
Executive Producer : Pierre Nobile, Ben Conrad
Post Supervisor : Benjamin Brucker
Creative Directors : Alisha Sofia, Paul Cayrol
Illustrators: Alisha Sofia, Paul Cayrol, Ford Spencer
Animators: John Hwang, Jahmad Rollins, Taik Lee, Dylan Spears, Thierno Bah, Carlos De Faria
Production Coordinator : Julia Johnson

From the creator:

Stream and download 'That's What I Like" off the new album "24K Magic" now: https://atlantic.lnk.to/ThatsWhatILike

Directed by Bruno Mars and Jonathan Lia

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  • Dan Melius

    I disagree; while sure, it isn’t anything crazy inventive, it’s still a really nice 2D animation piece, with some slick animation at times. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with showcasing work that took time and effort to make a fun piece. Goodness knows we’ve seen the same 3D tropes in a lot of articles on Motionographer over the years; personally I’m a big fan of 2D animation and this hit the spot that made me smile watching it; thanks for the post, Mr. Cone!

  • Jason Esser

    I think this is a solid piece. I enjoyed it and watched it several times. The simplicity of the design/animation is well executed and fun. I absolutely think this work should shared here.