“Daybreak” for Sherwin Williams from the Magicians at Buck.

The team at Buck are absolutely amazing. Every time they produce something it makes me jealous and envious of their amazing skills and talent.

This is the third TV commercial they have produced for Sherwin Williams in less than a year, and once again the quality of this just blows me away. What a great little TV spot that ties into the two earlier commercials they produced.Oh and after you watch the clip, look at the number of people it took to produce this 30 second spot. Pretty impressive don’t you think.

Directed by: Buck
Production House: Buck NY
Creative Director: Orion Tait
Executive Producer: Anne Skopas
Producer: Kevin Hall
Lead Art Director: Ben Langsfeld
Art Director: Joshua Harvey
Design: Ben Langsfeld, Joshua Harvey, Jon Klassen, Thomas Schmid
Storyboards: Jon Allemand
CG Supervisor: Joshua Harvey
3D Pipeline Manager: Chris Hendryx
3D Modeling/Layout: David Soto, Joon Lee, Scott Hubbard
3D Animation: Joshua Harvey, Pete Hamilton, Ryan O’Phelan
3D Lighting/Shading: Ylli Orana, Michael Lampe, Kevin Couture
Lead Composite: Daniel Oeffinger
Composite: Conrad Ostwald, Seth Ricart

Agency: McKinney
Producer: Josh Eggleston
GCD: Ellen Steinberg
Copywriter: Jenny Nicholson
Art Director: John Hagerty

Studio: Beacon Street Studios

Producer: Marie Deleon
Colorist: Tom Poole

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  1. what is the name of the theme song? what about the download link? I would pay for it.

    1. Kianoosh I’m not positive but I think it might be Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21, Andante. I don’t have a direct link for downloads. This is a non-commercial blog. I’d try Amazon or iTunes. If you hit Yahoo answers, you might get a better fix on the track. I have been getting a lot of directed links to this post from Yahoo, and it looks like there is some lively debate about the composer, the track, and who is preforming it. Sorry I can’t be of more help. I posted because of the video more than the musical composition.

      1. I appreciate your time Wade. But I don’t think it’s Piano Concerto 21. I sounds like it though….
        Someone said it’s the Buck itself.
        agian, thank you

  2. Did Buck assemble a different team for this one? The first two were spot on. The music and composition and motion gave me chills. Unfortunately this one falls flat compared to the other two. Either Sherwin did not fork over enough money for modern, copyright entangled music. Or they just rushed the entire thing to market to fast. It is really unpolished in comparison. I dont blame Buck. My guess its Sherwin’s blame here.

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