“Made ten years ago as a graduation project on the Design Academy in Eindhoven, The Netherlands,” Job, Joris & Marieke’s How Snjezhi Tjelovek Found His Ancestors is a story about the empty spot that only family and the feeling of belonging that comes with it can fill.
A monkey sets sail and finds a companion in Luca Dipierro’s short animation Mundus Novus, originally commissioned for Francesco Dillon and Emanuele Torquati’s musical performance La Quarta parte della terra presented at Maggio musicale fiorentino 2012.
291 Paper Letters. 2,454 Photographs. 140 hours of work. Ben Barrett-Forrest educates and entertains in his impressive paper-letter animation The History of Typography.
As it’s less than a fortnight since I posted Eric Power’s Northern Bells music video, I figured I should go directly to the source to find out how things came together on his newest promo for Wiretree’s Get Up:
Not content with making some of the most innovative animation seen in recent years, eccentric creative-type David OReilly seems to have so many fingers in so many pies, he’s going to need to some more fingers very soon (something I wouldn’t put past him). Following on from our focus on his Adventure Time episode A Glitch is a Glitch last month, we decided it was about time we found out a little more about his work so far.
Remember kids, nothing good can come from talking to strangers or magicians, especially the creepy, soul stealing one at the centre of Hallie Wilson’s third year CalArts animation Soul Searching.
Waldemar Borth invites you to take a disquieting dive into the deep in experimental short THIING.
A coffee soaked Sugarcube sparks memories of sweet treats and a bitter first love in Sara Gunnarsdottir’s debut animation.
Filmmaker Eric Power, he of the mad paper animation skills, turns his talents to the service of Northern Bells for the tragic (or is it?) tale of three strange creatures and their interweaved fates in Animal Kingdom.
Celia Rivière directs Charlotte Gastaut’s carefree character through a day of New York Spring fever in this playful mix of live action and animation from motion design studio Mathematic for the CHERIE 25 launch.