Step by Step: Susan Yung
Ever wonder how those insanely talented artists on Tumblr paint such amazing work? Well, our final Step by Step of 2016 is a real treat… Read more
“June” and how two powerhouses created a masterpiece
It should come as no surprise that when the stars align and John Kahrs and Kevin Dart team up on a project, the results are… Read more
Open for entries: The Motion Awards by Motionographer
Yesterday, after we launched The Motion Awards by Motionographer, I saw this tweet: Wow, what a comprehensive and considered endeavour. Suddenly feels like a vacuum has been filled.… Read more
Gunner, their new film “Mesh” and the importance of changing things up
Hailing from Detroit, Gunner is something special. Something that represents a shifting landscape which challenges the status quo and the big studio model: a small… Read more
Personal Portfolio Round-Up
It's the end of the year, and everyone's relaunching their personal sites. Here are a few that have popped up on our radar.
About the gender gap in motion graphics
We are thrilled to bring you this article by Isabel Urbina Peña. Outside of her design practice, Isabel is the creator of Yes, Equal, a… Read more
Late Night Work Club is here to save 2016
Let's face it, 2016 has been a weird and divisive year. Thankfully, Late Night Work Club is back to instill hope and unite us all… Read more
Step by Step: Locked and Loading
We are thrilled to bring you the work of David Brodeur, otherwise known as Locked and Loading, for this month's Step by Step profile. David… Read more
SPECTRUM: Yussef Cole
For this month's SPECTRUM profile, we talked with Bronx-based motion designer Yussef Cole about experimentation, critical thinking and questioning meritocracy.
“Spectacle of the Real” and making the impossible possible
Who better to make the show open for David Blaine's new magic special than our industry's own leading magicians? Stop what you're doing, turn the… Read more
Breakdown: Watch Dogs 2.0 opening cinematic by MK12
MK12 breaks down the process behind their opening cinematic for Watch Dogs 2.0, the latest blockbuster game release from Ubisoft.
Yes, more Apple films and yes, they’re good!
Apple is no stranger when it comes to good content. While the news of their new hardware may be underwhelming at best there is one… Read more