Jumping into the unknown
Ash Thorp is a household name in our industry and beyond. In this Motionographer guest post, we're thrilled to bring you some insight from Ash… Read more
Ash Thorp shares process behind “NONE,” his latest personal project
Ash Thorp talks process, work-life (im)balance and spending the currency of time in this interview about his new short film.
Oddfellows expands with a new office, website, team and body of work
Proving they do much more than tech videos, the San Francisco-based Oddfellows have expanded to Portland and established themselves as a new contender in the… Read more
Daniel Savage & Wondersauce: Yule Log 2.0
Yule Log 2.0 re-imagines the traditional Yule Log through a collection of 53 short films by illustrators, animators, directors, and creative coders. First televised in… Read more
Late Night Work Club
Here comes Late Night Work Club! LNWC is a collective of indie animators. That is, animators who do independent, non-commercial work. Or, in some cases,… Read more
Yaniv Fridman and Daniel Luna: To Do List
To Do List is a sleek personal project from Yaniv Fridman and Daniel Luna. Sound design by WhiteNoiseLab.
James Curran: The Adventures of Tintin, Unofficial Title Sequence
We’re huge fans of self-initiated personal projects, and were delighted by James Curran’s fantastic unofficial title sequence for The Adventures of Tintin. Spielberg take note!… Read more
Impactist: Plants and Animals EP Promos
Promo for “East (Original Sketch)” We love seeing self-initiated personal projects, so it’s a thrill to see another round of short, sweet, imaginative promos from… Read more
Andrew S. Allen: The Thomas Beale Cipher
There’s a lot of striking moments in Andrew S. Allen‘s “The Thomas Beale Cipher“. I love the re-purposed textures (herringbone fabric and washed-out wood), the… Read more
One Bit Increment – an experience brought to you by One Bit Wonder
One Bit Increment – an experience brought to you by One Bit Wonder (Leon Hong and Camile Orillaneda)
Very cool new personal piece by Gkaster. Sound Design by Philippe Gully.