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Psychic Land: a 3D animation by 2veinte, Buenos Aires

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By Jo Mo in Video on Tuesday 4 December 2012

Normally I’m not very drawn to 3D animation but this one from Buenos Aires-based design and motion graphics studio 2veinte is quite a wonder. It incorporates simple shapes and patterns to make up a complex psychic landscape and character designs.

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Second Run DVD releases rare Eastern European films

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By Jo Mo in New Film on Tuesday 4 December 2012

This one is for those with a passion for world cinema: Second Run DVD have been dedicated to releasing and distributing rare and hard to find films since 2005, re-mastered, subtitled and with special feature documentaries and extras. They often release Eastern European films that have never seen the light of day outside of the […]

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WONDER 365: new short-film animations every day

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By Jo Mo in Video on Friday 16 November 2012

Animator Mirai Mizue is a key figure of the new generation of abstract animation in Japan. He focuses on cell animation, preferring to draw every frame individually. This year he has been creating a short animated loop everyday, which will then be made on a 365 second animation towards the end of the year.

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Colonies in Space: architecture for an unknown cosmos

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By Jo Mo in New Design on Friday 16 November 2012

My work is inspired by, and reflects, modern built environments, including the people, lights, and music that comes with it.Colonies In Space is my latest series, which takes inspiration from the futurists of the early 1900s to construct architecture for an unknown cosmos. My working methods include a mixing pot of illustration, photography, model making and sculpture.

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Lei Lei: old school video game inspired art

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By Jo Mo in New Design on Friday 16 November 2012

I came across Chinese animator Lei Lei about a year ago and I was instantly drawn to his old-school computer game inspired animations and use of jazzy intricate colorful patterns. His mix of hand-drawn illustrations and computer graphics were a refreshing change from the highly polished HD quality animations some people are geared towards. And they justified multiple viewings immediately.

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Sun and Egg: a Chinese animation duo

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By Jo Mo in Video on Thursday 15 November 2012

Sun and Egg are a Chinese animation duo currently living in Berlin. Their 2D animations are beautifully realised and have many strange little creatures running through them.

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