5 breathtaking examples of VFX from Framestore

In the field of global VFX, Framestore is the studio du jour. From its humble beginnings in 1986, this British visual effects company now works on some of the world's biggest movie, TV and advertising projects, and on Sunday night it bagged the best VFX Oscar for its work on Gravity - possibly its most challenging project to date.

Framestore has become a poster child for the British VFX scene, and thanks to an ever-increasing pool of talented artists, more and more movie producers are taking advantage of the UK as a centre of excellence, and employing Framestore to work its CG magic.

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Dan Oliver

Over the last 20 years, Dan has edited a number of print magazines and websites, including Computer Arts, 3D World and ImagineFX, and has written for publications including the Sunday Times, the Guardian, the Manchester Evening News, Manchester United Magazine, T3, and many more. He is currently the digital editor of Creative Bloq's sister magazine, Wallpaper*.