Tronic for Oracle

Tronic lends their elegance and sophistication to Oracle for two projects: CONNECT and TOUCH.

Le Havre City

Beautiful transitions in this spot for Le Havre directed by Frédéric Bois of Souris Inc. (Credits)

PepperMelon: Lucchetti

Buenos Aires-based PepperMelon shows off their character animation skills in this series of entertaining adverts for Lucchetti. The characters’ snappy but understated gestures are punctuated… Read more

Lucas Kazakevicius

19 year-old 3D generalist Lucas Kazakevicius raises the bar while working at Santa Motion and Casulo in Brazil

Zeitguised: Peripetics

Every once in a while we get a chance to post something unique, outside of the commercial realm; and this stunning six-act piece by London-based… Read more

Grzegorz Jonkajtys: Ark

Way back in June of 2006, we posted a Quickie about Grzegorz Jonkajtys’ short film, Ark. He recently sent word that the film’s site has… Read more

Nervo: “Paper Airplane”

Paper Airplane is a collaboration between Nervo and agency start-up muh-tay-zik for communications technology company, Premiere Global Services. The animation does a wonderful job of… Read more

Vincent Chai: World War

Vincent Chai’s “World War” is an ambitious 3D short film created for his degree in 3D animation at the University Of Hertfordshire. Vicent Chai’s site… Read more

PandaPanther for Pops

PandaPanther delivers a heaping spoonful of psychedlia in “Dragon Dreams” for Pops cereal

Minivegas for bol.com

Minivegas mixes up a little laughter for Dutch game retailer bol.com

Mr. Hyde’s Fx and Mat for RBC

Fx and Mat (with Paris-based production company Mr. Hyde) directed this feel-good spot for the Royal Bank of Canada and agency BBDO Toronto. I love… Read more

Shakerboys

Viewmanoid shakes the lights to the sounds. Cute character design, mix of 2D/3D and chill soundtrack. A nice little experiment.

3D Morphable Model Face

This 3D Morphable Model Face demo is amazing—don’t miss the automated matching sequence with Tom Hanks (Tip: Lu!)

Al Dente

Supinfocom‘s Student Films never fail to impress. This time again, in a Pixar inspired style Al Dente. (via NoFatClips)