Kong Studio’s latest showreel featuring highlights from our recent and more notable work.
Kong Loves E17 E17 Art Trail 2019 Our studio is based in Walthamstow, we live in the area, we are proud to be part of the E17 community (and we don’t travel well…) Local artist and curator Stephen Bennet gave Kong the opportunity to exhibit our artwork and animation as part of this year’s E17 […]
Climbing the Walls The phrase “climbing the walls” usually has negative connotations with associations of frustration and helplessness, but not in the context of our current studio home. We’re based in Walthamstow’s new climbing centre and workspace – Yonder. Yonder actively encourage better work / life balance. So Kong crew get to climb for […]
Towards the tail end of 2019 we teamed up with Waltham Forest Borough of Culture to help three creatives – Max Ebden, Eric Nthuku and Lucia Lewis-Janes – gain experience in the animation industry.
The Future Creatives programme provides local young people aged 16 to 25 with networking opportunities and access to work placements in their chosen creative field.
IMAX – Shazam! Kong Studio are thrilled to present our second collaboration with IMAX for the excellent new film – SHAZAM! We created 12 different language versions as part of the ‘Transform your experience in IMAX’ global campaign. Huge thanks to the talented crew involved! Client : Commissioned by Julie Ngo for Imax, in […]
Yuki Nishimura Yuki Nishimura is a Japanese illustrator and concept artist based in London. She first worked at Kong on an exciting pitch for a sustainable clothing brand. It was Yuki’s distinctive neon and self named ‘psychedelic festive fusion of nature and artificial structures” that appealed to Kong for the pitch. It’s a shame we […]