Creative studio Feed Me Light has been commissioned by dating service True View to produce a series of animated shorts, dubbed The Undateable Suspects, to promote their new safer dating app.
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The final product would be a series of promotional shorts based on each character and a composite piece that included all six horrifying individuals, for a wide range of distribution across online, social and print channels.
The six animated shorts will focus on the stories of the six characters that represent the types of questionable individuals True View’s research has shown people are likely to encounter, or are afraid of encountering whilst dating online.