FedEx — Enchanted Forest by Psyop
Latest from Psyop: FedEx — Enchanted Forest.
Airside London 1998-2012
It’s a sad day when one of your favourite studios decides to call it a day. When I was studying my degree, Airside were one… Read more
Anton Nenashev Showreel 2012
Anton Nenashev Showreel 2012.
Sticky Monster Lab: The Loner
From Seoul’s Sticky Monster Lab comes The Loner, a story of isolation in isometry spotlit by an unexpected unconditional devotion. CREDITS Director, Writer, Animator: FLA… Read more
See No Evil Christmas special next week
Next week, Tuesday December 6! This could be your last chance to see the legendary Airside and Mr Bingo. Free entry, prizes and music provided… Read more
AENY: December 2011 Meeting
AENY’s last meeting of the year will be on December 1 at 6:45 @ PS 41. Special guests: Jeremy Cox of Imaginary Forces and Ryan… Read more
Juan Delcan: La Verdad
La Verdad, directed by Juan Delcan and commissioned by Chilevision, is a few months old but well worth going back to. It is a soulful… Read more
NYC Mograph Meetup: 3 Year Anniversary
Celebrate three years of NYC Mograph Meetups on Nov. 30 at 8 pm @ Mary O’s.
Ned Wenlock: MGMT’s “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything”
In Ned Wenlock’s new music video for MGMT’s cover of Bauhaus’s “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything,” he further explores the techniques used in his… Read more
National Television for Syfy
National Television imagines a greater Rube construct for Syfy
X-Men: First Class End Titles
Simon Clowes + Prologue created this beautiful, Maurice Binder inspired, title sequence for X-Men: First Class. (more insight here via Forget the Film, Watch the Titles)
Mercedes “Escape the Map”
Digital Domain teamed up with director Carl Rinsch, RSA and AMV BBDO for “Escape the Map,” a surreal POV journey into a world inspired by… Read more
Sean Pecknold: Fleet Foxes’ “The Shrine/An Argument”
Talk about a great Monday. A note from Friend let us know that Sean Pecknold’s eight-minute epic for “The Shrine/An Argument” by Fleet Foxes is… Read more
Micaël Reynaud: Amalgamation
Winner of the best use of displacement map/compound blur ever — Micaël Reynaud, with portraits by Michael Jang. Also available as an animated gif, of… Read more
Address Is Approximate
Address Is Approximate … by Tom Jenkins (The Theory).
Found this rather inspiring. By South Korean entity Studio Shelter
Recap: Pause Fest 2011
A couple of weeks ago the city of Melbourne, Australia, hosted the very first run of a digital design festival, Pause. The festival covers different… Read more
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Monarchy of Roses, an amazing collaboration between the Red Hot Chili Peppers, illustrator Raymond Pettibon and director Marc Klasfeld.
Light, a short film directed by David Parker
Light, a short film directed by David Parker, gives new meaning to the term “volumetric lighting.”
PUNGA’s awesomeness for Nokia Smart Data
PUNGA’s mind-blowing animation and designs keep getting better, this time for Nokia Smart Data.
BEELD for Megapix
BEELD unwraps a killer little low poly ident for Megapix.
Health & Welfare by Giant Ant
Check out this wonderful piece of animation by Giant Ant (co-direction by Jr.canest) talking about hope, health and welfare.
CANAL+ “The Bear”
This one’s about a month old, but well worth a watch. For Canal+ and agency BETC Paris, director Matthijs van Heijningen brings a bearskin rug… Read more