Rex Crowle

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Rex Crowle
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Rex Crowle and stars of Tearaway: iota and atoi
Born United Kingdom
Occupation Game designer and artist at Media Molecule

Rex Crowle is an Cornish-born graphic designer, animation director and video game designer from the United Kingdom, often operating under the name of Rexbox.

Animation[edit]

Rex Crowle has produced animations for MTV and the BBC. His personal short films have been selected and appeared in the onedotzero festival including the shorts, 'Violence' in 2004 and 'Legends 'in 2006. He worked with onedotzero industries to produce animated sequences for the BBC show High Spirits with Shirley Ghostman and directed a number of animated TV shows, including "Knights of Now" for Disney and "Grip Wrench" for MTV Italy's QOOB channel.

Video games[edit]

Rex Crowle worked at Lionhead Studios from 2000 to 2006 as an animator and lead graphic designer.[1] Whilst at Lionhead Studios he worked on Black & White, Fable, The Movies, and portal-based tech demo "The Room".

In 2006, Rex left Lionhead to work on his own projects, including an RPG themed todo list for iOS called Epic Win (released in August 2010), but most notably with Media Molecule on their first game, LittleBigPlanet. Rex continued to work with Media Molecule on the LittleBigPlanet franchise until joining full-time to be the lead creator of the PlayStation Vita game Tearaway,[2] which was released on 22 November 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rexbox Linked in Profile". Linkedin.com. 
  2. ^ "Making Tearaway: Start to Finish". Polygon.com. 18 November 2013. 

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