Antony Crook and long-distance cyclist James Bowthorpe come together once again with the sounds of Mogwai for the Tokyo shot Knock for Knock; a short made for cycling brand Rapha about a cyclist fighting his inner demons. “We thought of this as a sequel to 30 Century Man” – James Bowthorpe. Which, if you like [...]
Keita Onishi’s Forest and Trees is: “an installation of moving images and sounds employing 12 digital photo frames. The animation and its sound effects playing through the internal speakers of each frame gradually come together to form music.” You can see Onishi’s installation in situ below: And if you long to see how Onishi’s simple [...]
Ewan Jones Morris animates a series of striking collages to the idiosyncratic sounds of Pinkunoizu’s I Chi.
First year Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema animation student Alexandra Levasseur employs a distinctive line style and colour palette in her experimental short Playing with Fire.
Alberto Mielgo cranks up the (NSFW) style in his “short about an important subject”, Tavistock 516.
Generated in real-time in with open source programming language Processing, Raven Kwok’s 18F44 is a transfixing experiment of growth, mutation, protrusion and deconstruction.
Kristof Luyckx shifts his animated focus from preening peacocks to hard rocking apes (who sound rather a lot like Black Spires) in jam session Scars.
With his natural habitat under threat, a monkey ascends to power and decides to make a change in simian animation Shave it from Jorge Tereso and Fernando Maldonado of 3dar Studios. And here’s a look at the work that went on behind the monkey:
Fresh from the festival circuit, Joseph Wallace’s The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling is the story of an old man who finds his life is turned upside down after a falling plant pot sparks a series of paranoid reactions. Shot with a Canon 5D DSLR, put together in Dragonframe stop-motion software and created using [...]
Not content with assigning a large portion of his life to being “the kind of the de facto organiser” for animation super-collective Late Night Work Club, Pittsburgh-based animator/illustrator Scott Benson recently devoted two months of his time to creating one of the most layered music promos you’re likely to see all year. Described as “a [...]