From the sword that becomes a keytar, to the vivid rainbow hued jetstreams of the equally rainbow colored mechanical star steeds, this four minute tour de force from the Animation Workshop giddily tosses so many 80s concepts and cartoon icons and into a blender, it would be futile to attempt to list them all. Just […]
Cyriak is capable of controlled madness: just check out the dreamy music video he directed for Hooray For Earth’s True Loves (Cereal Spiller Remix). It’s just that he usually chooses to raise the bar for information overload with every new animated work. The British animator uses Adobe Photoshop and After Effects to create most of […]
Beautiful, dark, atmospheric, claustrophobic, poetic, strong. These are just some of the words that can’t completely describe this short but memorable animation by Cristobal Leon and Nina Wehrle.
We, The Masses is an otherworldly animated adaptation of Robyn O’Neil’s incredible artwork. The film was developed at Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School.
I saw Eran Hillelli’s short animation, Between Bears, last year and was astounded by the beauty of it. It won Best Animation at Vimeo’s first film festival, which is no mean feat.
Lately, I have been watching a lot of Joe Anderson’s strange animations. The English animator creates many tales of odd little characters that leave you laughing in confused disbelief. I highly recommend The Skydiver [above], and I am looking forward to his new animations coming soon.
David O’Reilly is bordering on the line of genius. I don’t need to say much about him, just watch his animation, The External World, and you’ll see what I mean.
Chances are that many of you have affected a high-pitched voice and uttered the phrase, ‘My spoon is too big!’, much to the knowing chuckles of your awesomely cool friends. For those unacquainted with Rejected by animator Don Herzfeld, prepare to laugh your black and white socks off.
They should resurrect Liquid Television or make another Heavy Metal movie to showcase the animation and artwork of illustrator Matthew Wade, whose work definitely relates to what I do i.e. skeletons, monsters, and grossness.