Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like”


Co-directed by Bruno Mars and Jonathan Lia (Goodcompany)


Production Company: Good Company
Director : Bruno Mars & Jonathan Lia
Producer: Jeremy Sullivan
DP: Santiago Gonzalez
Editor: Jacquelyn London
Color: Marshall Plante (N’Tropic)
Design/Animation : General Population (GenPop)
Executive Producer : Pierre Nobile, Ben Conrad
Post Supervisor : Benjamin Brucker
Creative Directors : Alisha Sofia, Paul Cayrol
Illustrators: Alisha Sofia, Paul Cayrol, Ford Spencer
Animators: John Hwang, Jahmad Rollins, Taik Lee, Dylan Spears, Thierno Bah, Carlos De Faria
Production Coordinator : Julia Johnson

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The official music video for Bruno Mars' "That’s What I Like" from the album ‘24K Magic’.

Directed by Bruno Mars and Jonathan Lia

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11x GRAMMY Award winner and 27x GRAMMY Award nominee Bruno Mars is a celebrated singer, songwriter, producer, and musician with iconic hits like "The Lazy Song", "That's What I Like", "Just The Way You Are", "24K Magic", "Locked Out Of Heaven", and "When I Was Your Man". His legendary body of work also includes blockbuster albums such as Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Unorthodox Jukebox, and 24K Magic, as well as era-defining collaborations like "Uptown Funk" with Mark Ronson, "Finesse" with Cardi B, and "Nothin' On You" with B.o.B. Forever classic, yet supremely innovative, Bruno continues to redefine music, style, and popular culture, pushing the boundaries of pop, R&B, funk, soul, hip-hop, and dance, and remains as influential as ever.

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Dan Melius

I disagree; while sure, it isn’t anything crazy inventive, it’s still a really nice 2D animation piece, with some slick animation at times. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with showcasing work that took time and effort to make a fun piece. Goodness knows we’ve seen the same 3D tropes in a lot of articles on Motionographer over the years; personally I’m a big fan of 2D animation and this hit the spot that made me smile watching it; thanks for the post, Mr. Cone!

Jason Esser

I think this is a solid piece. I enjoyed it and watched it several times. The simplicity of the design/animation is well executed and fun. I absolutely think this work should shared here.


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