Giant Ant Updates

  The always amazing Giant Ant updates with a slick new website and Animation & Live Action reels.    

Jack and the Giant

Lots of folks have been playing with Ferrofluid, magnets and household cleaners to create sumptuous, organic visuals. But this music video for alovelikepi’s “Jack and the… Read more

Dubai Flow Motion by Rob Whitworth

Rob Whitworth’s “Dubai Flow Motion” is a mind-bendingly complex portrait of one of the world’s most extravagant cities. Combining time-lapse, camera-stabilization and boat loads of 4K footage,… Read more

Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures

Stanford design instructor John Edmark has rethought the zoetrope with beautiful 3D-printed sculptures that animate when filmed in sync with a strobe light. Explains Edmark: These are… Read more

Innuendo

Making of "Innuendo," a sensual, experimental short film about a fantasy world's reproductive processes

IBM Phones And Food

The interplay of live action and exaggerated device interactions give this spot for IBM a shot of whimsy that separates it from the herd. (And… Read more

CONNECTION: MADinSpain Title Sequence

Full of unexpected moments and playful imagery, “CONNECTION” is a fresh take on conference title sequences created by the immensely talented Sebas & Clim (Hornet)… Read more

“My Mom’s Motorcycle”

If you’ve haven’t seen Douglas Gautraud’s “My Mom’s Motorcycle,” take a few minutes to check it out. Unlike a lot of the work we post… Read more

GMUNK: Tycho “See”

Bradley “Gmunk” Munkowitz’s latest release is a live action-based mysterious music video for “See” from musician/designer Tycho’s album, “Awake.” Alongside the protagonist, who appears to… Read more

Nicolas Jandrain

Nicolas Jandrain (formerly of Prologue) has relaunched his web presence, and it’s brimming with elegant art direction on a variety of projects.

Carlos Lascano: Lila

In this lyrical and poetic piece, Carlos Lascano, transforms the world with the help of Lila, a young woman reminiscent of Amélie, who “can’t resign… Read more

Bang Bang

A moving choreography by Savannah College of Art and Design student Chelsea Jones, merges dance and animation in a breathtaking single take.