Kadavre Exquis’ new short explores codes of retro designs & technology. From title design to computer graphics pioneer, revisit your classics and let this short bring you back in time. Fasten your seat belt and go for a trip. Your brain might suffer a bit from the experience.
If you fear seeing an animated penis, then pass on this video. I recently discovered this studio from Barcelona and I completely love their work. I love how fluid and simple but effective their animation work is.
This is an installation by Buenos Aires-based studio, Plenty. I love the idea and how cute this is. The sounds are pretty appropriate, as well. These guys have a real crush on Monsters Inc. from Pixar. But who didn’t?
Those Barcelona guys are definitely the leaders of new wave 2D animation. Fresh, amazing animation, nothing more has to be said except that we now want this in a feature film. Producers, wake up!
This is definitely my new theme. A subtle mix between country and electro; Pedro Winter meets Hank Snow. Some of the songs sound more like early Birdy Nam Nam. This is because this French band is composed of DMC’s guys, another guy from the very sweet hip hop band, Hocus Pocus, and the two others […]
Let this short video transport you back into childhood again. It took nine months to create this animation, the result of a meeting of minds between Kadavre Exquis and multi award-winning Australian sound designer, John Kassab. You can listen to the eleven track soundtrack composed especially for the film via their Bandcamp.
Alberto Mielgo, a brilliant art director, worked on the first minute of this Beatles Rock Band video. The character design and animation was the work of the very talented Rob Valley, who has an incredible ability to distort things. The video is already two years old, but I can not resist watching it from times […]
Already six years old, this book is a must for any Beatles addict or music sound maker. Geoff Emerick opens the door onto the Beatles world through the most interesting angle possible: as an insider. He was responsible for the sound recording for several Beatles albums, including the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, definitely my favourite. Learn everything about every track, and what it historically and technically represents.