• concepts
  • stories
  • motion
  • animation
  • direction
AboutOur Studio
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Crafting stories, designing motion, making magic.

/ Who we are

Ink and Giants is a motion design and animation studio founded by directing duo Dianne Dela Torre and Peter Dobes. 

In 2015, we set out to tell tales that open minds, ask questions, and entertain. Partnering with brands and agencies at every stage of a project, from nurturing the beginnings of an idea to crafting the final frame.

We bring deep industry knowledge to everything we work on. Overseeing each component and flexing our team to curate the right combination of animators, designers, thinkers and artists who can make magic happen. Finding joy in pushing boundaries that reveal unexpected ways to tell stories that move people. 

Why? Because we get a real kick out of the impact a brilliantly crafted piece can have.  

Story makers
for agencies, brands and experiences.

/ 02 What We Do

Creative Direction
Concept & Visual Development
Art Direction
Story Development
Motion Design (3D & 2D)
Animation (3D & 2D)
Illustration (3D & 2D)
/ 03 What We Make

Branded content
Short films
Explainer films
Experiential content
Motion Branding & Toolkit
Channel identity package
Title sequence
Illustration & Key Art
/ 04 Who We Do It For

Ericsson . BBC . Unilever . Siemens . IBM . Sky . Rolls Royce . BP . Tesco . HSBC . Lay’s . UKTV . Channel 4 . Warner Bros Discovery

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We would love to hear from you.

Let’s work together.

/ New Business & Enquiries
If you’d like to discuss a potential project or collaboration, please email

/ Work with us
Calling all animators, designers, artists, producers! Let’s make something great together.
/ Socials

/ Address
71-75 Uxbridge Road, London,

+44 (0) 20 3096 7209
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