Industrial Brothers

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Industrial Brothers
Privately Owned
  • Computer generated imagery
  • 3D animation
  • 2D animation
  • Television series
  • Motion pictures
  • Arthur Spanos
  • Matthew Fernandes
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
Key people
  • Arthur Spanos
  • Matthew Fernandes
  • Top Wing
  • Dot.
  • Yup Yups
  • Gummandos
  • Remy & Boo
  • Kingdom Force
  • Dino Ranch
  • Daniel Spellbound

Industrial Brothers is an animation studio based in Toronto, Canada that works in both 3D animation and 2D animation formats.

Since its founding in 2010 by Arthur Spanos and Matthew Fernandes, the studio has focused exclusively on developing its own original IP for children and has announced eight different properties that have been green lit into production.

Boat Rocker Media

In December 2015, Boat Rocker Media (née Temple Street Productions) announced[1] that it had invested in Industrial Brothers. Terms of the deal were undisclosed beyond noting that Boat Rocker Media had acquired a minority stake and would handle sales for Industrial Brothers’ content, merchandising and licensing.

Since 2015 Industrial Brothers and Boat Rocker Media have announced series sales orders for Kingdom Force and Remy & Boo.

In March 2017 Fisher-Price was announced as the master toy licensing partner [2] for Kingdom Force.

On September 23, Industrial Brothers announced that Disney Junior US has picked up its original preschool series, Dino Ranch.[3] The show has been produced by Industrial Brothers and Boat Rocker Media and premiered in the US on Disney Junior on January 18, 2021. [4]


  • Yup Yups (2013-2014, produced with Radical Sheep Productions for Disney Junior)
  • Gummandos (2015-2016, produced with Spin Master for SpindoTV)
  • Dot. (2016—2018, produced with The Jim Henson Company for CBC, Hulu and Universal Kids)
  • Top Wing (2017—2019 produced with 9 Story Media Group for Nickelodeon)
  • Kingdom Force (2019, produced with Boat Rocker Media for CBC)
  • Remy & Boo (2020, produced with Boat Rocker Media for Universal Kids)
  • Dino Ranch (2021, produced with Boat Rocker Media for Disney Jr)
  • Daniel Spellbound (2021, produced with Boat Rocker Media for Netflix)


  • Yup Yups Platinum Pixie Award (2014)[5]
  • Dot. Rogers Prize for Excellence in Canadian Content (2017) [6]
  • Dot. Youth Media Alliance Awards (2017) Best Cross-Platform Interactive Content for Dotopedia [7]
  • Dot. Kidscreen Awards (2017) Best New Preschool Series [8]


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