Set in a world where even gravity is broken, up and coming LA-based studio, Boketto, is off to a great start with this haunting trailer… Read more
An homage to the games
Beginners and experts alike can learn from the elegance and superb sense of weight in "OLYMPIA."
Remembering gravity: The animated story of an astronaut coming home
Gunner partnered with Great Big Story to bring to life the observations and journey of astronaut Leland Melvin as he acclimates to life back on… Read more
Greg Gunn’s Mythical Mondays
Sure it’s Tuesday, but yesterday was a holiday here in the US so today is essentially everyone’s Monday—at least here in America. I wanted to… Read more
BUCK Sydney launches with BLEND Opening Titles
BUCK Sydney launches with the humorous, off-kilter opening titles to the BLEND conference.
Sehsucht for Be Berlin
Sehsucht created a series of charming looping animations for “Be Berlin” that makes all of us want to move there! From Bayer to Pfizer, each vignette… Read more
Brooklyn-based freelance illustrator and animator Jay Quercia updates with a slick new site and a boatload of new projects. I’ve had the privilege of working closely with Jay, and time and… Read more
Animade: Queue The Cowboy
Animade has released another charming short to promote “Ready Steady Play,” the follow up mobile title to their equally charming “Ready Steady Draw.” Currently available… Read more
Nike Football: The Last Game
Jon Saunders (formerly of Psyop, now at Passion Pictures) directs this action-packed 5-minute short for Nike, featuring the likenesses of Ronaldo, Neymar Jr., Rooney, Zlatan… Read more
Darwin and Gumball have never moved so smooth. French animation collective CRCR chipped in for a fun-filled sequence in episode one of The Amazing World… Read more
Mite by Walter Volbers
MITE from Walter Volbers on Vimeo. Walter Volbers drops his short film Mite after 10 years in the making! Well worth the wait.
‘A World Without Limits’ by Studio AKA for Hyundai.
“A World Without Limits” by Studio AKA for Hyundai.
How Beer Goggles Work
Leftchannel busts out its traditional animation chops in “How Beer Goggles Work,” a chuckle-worthy visual essay for Men’s Health magazine.
Introducing SuperBot in “A Magnifying Glass”, the pilot episode of a proposed children’s animated series, by Trexel Animation in Argentina.
12 Days of Elves
Some devilish minds (who wish to remain anonymous) have whipped up a dozen gruesome but chuckle-worthy animations, 12 Days of Elves. EDITOR’S NOTE: At the… Read more
EXIT 73 Studios: Coin
“Coin” begins as a rather humble homage to fighting games of yesteryear, an 8-bit nod at nostalgia with lovingly crafted keyframes. Then things get awesome.… Read more
Ronda: Nick IDs
Estudio Ronda is back with these awesome funky characters for Nick! Impossible not to love it!
Don’t Fail Idaho (Extended Version) by Buck
Over the last several years, Buck has made a point of creating elegantly clever PSAs for causes they believe in. For their latest visual essay,… Read more
Target and LA Live
Gentleman Scholar joined an impressive lineup of studios and directors to create content for Target’s screens at LA Live, the massive complex of entertainment venues… Read more