Gmunk Returns

I still remember the first time I saw Bradley (GMUNK) Munkowitz’s experimental short, “Finn.” It was in 2002, and I was working as a web designer for the University of Texas, crammed into a dim corner of a room with brown carpeted walls and humming fluorescent lights.

Seeing that film was an important moment in my career. Along with a handful of other groundbreaking works, it sparked an interest in motion design that has sustained me to the current day.

Now, with the (long overdue) relaunch of Gmunk’s site, “Finn” is online, along with 10 years worth of other work. There’s also some great new Tron making-of action in the mix. It’s simultaneously a trip down memory lane and a look into the future.

I should also mention that David Lewandowski mounted a relaunch, too (Quickied). More Tron goodness there, as well as a bucketful of inspiring work.

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Justin Cone

Together with Carlos El Asmar, Justin co-founded Motionographer, F5 and The Motion Awards. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with is wife, son and fluffball of a dog. Before taking on Motionographer full-time, Justin worked in various capacities at Psyop, NBC-Universal, Apple, Adobe and SCAD.



The monkey fapping on the front page is ….a curious choice…


Seems this works update is setting the bar higher…thanks for sharing.


Agreed, does this mean you’re moving on from the paper and cardboard stuff?? :)


another one of those “is it safe for viewing at work”? Um… not really. But fun anyway.

Brian Gossett

If you’re afraid that this isn’t SFW then maybe you aren’t working at the right place.

I say, MEGA kudos to my good pal Munko for devastating on a regular basis. He is one of the reasons I do this for a living. Love you buddy : )

Brandon Wilson

This guy has always been so openly into porn. It’s so odd. Yet honest.

Brandon Wilson

This guy loves porn. It’s odd. But honest I suppose.

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