Kubo and the Two Strings

Laika’s forthcoming feature, “Kubo and the Two Strings,” is a stunning blend of Japanese culture and magical adventure rendered in lovingly crafted stop-motion (boosted by liberal… Read more

2015 Hardware Survey Results

At the end of 2015, we invited you to participate in a casual hardware survey, and 854 of you clicked your way through it. Here are… Read more

Elliot Lim: The Wire Homage

What better way to start the first work week of the new year off than with some excellent new work from the multi-talented Elliot Lim for The… Read more

Yule Log 2.015

Your favorite digital holiday tradition is back! For the 3rd season in a row, the Yule Log project has invited artists from around the world… Read more

Playgrounds Festival 2015 [NSFW]

Ten Dutch designers and studios collaborated to make the titles for this year's edition of the Playgrounds Festival. The result it one happy, random, neatly… Read more

Crowdfunding Policy

We get countless requests to share projects on crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. We applaud the efforts of creative people using these funding mechanisms to… Read more

Making “The Wisdom of Pessimism”

For his directorial debut, Claudio Salas took on an ambitious challenge: a 2-minute visual essay for the philosopher Alain de Botton’s School of Life project.  What began as… Read more

ANL #1 and ANL #2

Nathan Love creates a wacky and charming teaser video, hinting of big news to come.

In Print: Masters of FX

"It takes an artist to see why the shot is not working, not a math major." — James Cameron

See No Evil

Grant Orchard | October 6th | Doors Open 7.00pm | Talk Starts 7.30pm Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of our friends… Read more

Artist Profile: Sean McClintock

With nearly 20 years experience under his belt, Sean McClintock has done a little bit of everything.  From the early days of Flash during the… Read more

Papercraft and pop-ups for Pellegrino

Directing duo Parallel combined two popular motion design tropes — faux papercraft and pop-up books — to create a sumptuously designed spot for Pellegrino, “Are… Read more