Too old for mograph?
Ever wonder where all the old people are in the motion design industry? Don't worry, you're not alone. Luckily, in this month's Guest Post, Joey… Read more
Step by Step: Jake Armstrong
With the boom of hand-drawn animation in the world of motion design, it's a no-brainer that we do a Step by Step profile on the… Read more
What makes a good producer?
There can be many misconceptions behind what a producer does. The short answer is, they do a lot! Thankfully, in this month's Guest Post we… Read more
A great piece of animation for a great cause and, yes, JJ Abrams did the music?!
"100 years" charts the important story of women's healthcare at Planned Parenthood in a way that only animation can. In this Motionographer feature, we speak… Read more
Insight into the world of look development from one of our industry’s best
Ever wonder how to get past the "valley of suck"? Thankfully, Alex Dingfelder is here to share some insight behind his process and how he… Read more
Who in the world is Carlos El Asmar and why should I care?
Evil or Humble? Man or Myth? Nol Honig went out in search of the Mystery Man of Motionographer and lived to tell the tale.
The ethos of Giant Ant
What better way to start 2017 than with a new article in our Guest Post series by none other than Giant Ant? Please enjoy this… Read more
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
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
“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
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
Introducing Step by Step
Step by Step is a new monthly series with an emphasis on exploring a different artist's process each month and gaining an inside look into… Read more
Giant Ant, three films & three good causes
There’s no doubt that the vast majority of people in our industry have witnessed and felt the impact of Giant Ant. In a very short… Read more
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
Telltale’s “Minecraft: Story Mode:” Changing the Game?
Telltale explains how they blur the lines between gaming and storytelling in "Minecraft: Story Mode," and how they connect with their audiences online and offline.
Interview with Johnny Kelly: Dropbox “Creative Freedom”
Johnny Kelly’s approach can best be described using the principle of Occam’s Razor. In short, if all things are considered equal, the simplest solution is… Read more
Lauren Indovina: 10,000 Arrows to the Heart
Aside from being a Creative Director and Designer at Psyop since 2008 and collecting a number of top honors (Clios, ADC, BDA, AICP and the… Read more