You’ve probably already heard about Google’s latest moonshot, Project Loon but if you haven’t yet seen the ridiculously creative use of string explanation directed by Google Creative Lab through Mixtape Club then you’re missing out. Enjoy!
In his short animation Rafa Galeano confirms what we all know; music, coffee and cigarettes are the fuel that powers our Inspiration.
Is it bad luck? Is it fate? Or just stupid? A collection of heedless folks succumb to painful mishaps in Ruud Bakker’s graduation animation BLACK&BLUE.
It’s not often we’ll dedicate a whole post on DN to a new piece of technology – but then again it’s not often its promotional campaign will feature commissioned work from the likes of Don Hertzfeldt, David OReilly and Patrick Doyon.
If the thought of having your morning cup of joe prepared by miniature helicopter appeals to you, you’re going to love Georgios Papaioannou’s The Sugar Cube Mission.
In her graduation film Retrogenese Suus Hessling uses stop motion to explain the medical and personal deterioration suffered by those afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease. And here’s the making of video:
In this futuristic animation from Yoann Durand, Yannick Sroussi and Julien Lenoury of Boombros, planet Earth is under attack by evil organisation The Triangle Gang but they didn’t count on the fighting prowess and effortless cool of Metaman!
Created as interstitial movies for graphic festival Beyonderground, Kristof Luyckx’s six-part animation series My Cover of… sees an assortment of monster types giving their all to renditions of musical favourites.
We honed our quick draw skills with the Ready Steady Bang mobile app and got to experience 30 ways to die in the accompanying animation. Now in short More Than Just a Hobby, Animade give us a look at the close bond between their gunslinging hero and his trusty steed.
Life can be a hard climb and as Stas Dobry reminds us in his animation, even if you make it to the top you’ll always carry your Luggage with you.