An animator of unmatched creativity, Blu’s films are like M.C. Escher on acid. Fascinating as they are creepy to watch, you’ll find his shorts harder to turn away from than a 20 car pile-up. Just to be clear, when I say shorts, I’m talking about his films.
We are blown away by the creativity in Marc Adamson’s mixed 2D/3D short animation, ‘set in a version of the future where we are ruled by an oppressive dictatorship, and music, considered to be a subversive influence has become illegal. Marvin, a DJ, will use the music in an attempt to stir the people up [...]
One of the real tragedies of the modern entertainment industry is that ridiculously talented artists such as Chad Vangaalen, who wrote and performed this song and video, will probably make less money in his entire career than Justin Bieber makes just for getting a stupid haircut and winking in the right direction.
Oh, sweet animation, how we love you so. This spectacular journey begins in ‘Edinburgh’s iconic West Bow’ before wandering ‘through a desolate magical forest as the sunset leads to starlight’. Clearly inspired by Franz Kafka’s stories and William Blake’s symbolism. Oh, and the music owns, too. Sweeeeetttt!
Unless you’re on drugs, this is nothing like you have seen before. Artist Blu shares his mind boggling, gripping and fantasy-like talent with the world and one of them is called Muto. Combining animation, graffiti and imagination, Muto is something that you will probably never be able to wrap your head around. A word of [...]
You know those moments when everything just seems to lock in like giant pieces of a sprawling jigsaw puzzle, even though those pieces were never originally meant for each other? No? Well, now you do.
In his brilliant animation, titled 35mm, Pascal Monaco has jammed 35 references to cinematic classics into the space of just two minutes and seventeen seconds. Quite incredible! [via This Blog Rules]
Word on the street is that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are in ‘final negotiations’ to make Lego: The Movie, the ultimate tribute to the brilliant rebranded play thing. But, really, can they improve upon this effort already out there — The Deranged Lego Movie — by Legoreel? Only time, and a heaping of [...]