Kia’s Super Bowl advertising campaign in 2013 included a television commercial, “Space Babies”, aired during the fourth quarter of the game. The ad involves a six-year-old boy, a passenger in a 2014 Kia Sorento Limited, posing the classic question “Where do babies come from?”. Caught off guard, his father conjures up the wondrous tale of Babylandia, a distant utopia filled with baby humans and baby animals of all kinds. They graduate from Babylandia and board rocket ships and travel across the universe, parachuting down from the sky and finding their Earthly parents.
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The Space Babies ad was developed at David&Goliath by chief creative officer David Angelo, executive creative director Colin Jeffery, creative director/copywriter Ben Purcell, creative director/art director Steve Yee, head of production Carol Lombard, executive producer Christopher Coleman, managing partner, client services, Brian Dunbar, group account director Brook Dore, account director Justin Manfredi, account supervisor Emma Giorgi, account executive Rachel Greenlee, director of strategic planning David Measer, senior strategic planner Steven Garcia.
Filming was shot by director Jake Scott via RSA Films with president Jules Daly, executive producer Tracie Norfleet, bidding producer Paul Kawasaki, producer David Mitchell, director of photography Dariusz Wolski and production designer Tom Foden.
Editor was Steve Gandolfi at Cut + Run with managing director Michelle Burke, executive producer Carr Schilling, producer Christie Price and assistant editor Sean Stender.
Visual effects were produced at Method Studios by VFX producer Mike Wigart, SVP of production Gabby Gourrier, executive producer Stephanie Gilgar, production coordinator Marisa Bursteen, VFX supervisor Andy Boyd, CG leads Brian Burke and Charles Abou Aad, animation lead Jordan Harris, compositing supervisor Patrick Ferguson, integration supervisor Fabio Zapata, modeling lead Lersak Bunupuradah, rigging lead Yakov Baytler, FX lead Jonathan Vaughan.
Colorist was Stefan Sonnenfeld at Company 3.