Olympic Channel - By the numbers - TV format - Binalogue - Motion design

Olympic Channel - Olympics by the numbers

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These are the styleframes we used to pitch a TV format for the recently launched Olympic Channel.
Our proposed format was called “Olympics by the Numbers” and consisted of 30” motion graphics capsules, aimed to present interesting facts/data about the Olympics in a fresh, casual and trivia like manner.
Every episode would present a figure from anything related to the Olympics. For instance:
 356 pairs of boxing gloves were used in the last Olympics. This figure would then be connected to a general knowledge/trivia figure, such as:
 The world’s largest oil lamp collection is comprised of 356 lamps
The Olympic Channel’s branding would be present throughout the show using its chromatic approach. Each episode would be created using the combination of only one of its official colours (blue, yellow, grey, green and red) and white.
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