Trying to find a balance
In this powerful and honest Motionographer Guest Post, the amazingly talented Laura Alejo offers some perspective on what it's like being one of New York… Read more
Step by Step: Freddy Arenas
In this Step by Step profile, look over the shoulder of one of our industry's best. Here, Freddy Arenas dives deeper into his recent exploration… Read more
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
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
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
4 ways “Don’t Blink” is a masterclass of type and rhythm
"Don't Blink" is a breathless, high-stepping dance between word and image set to a percussion-heavy soundtrack befitting a trailer for a summer blockbuster. Here are… Read more
Making the wildly successful dystopian augmented reality short, “Hyper-Reality”
With over 3 million views, the dystopian short "HYPER-REALITY" captured the public's imagination and sparked debates about our future. We interviewed the mastermind behind the… Read more
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
40 more Instagram accounts you should be following
40 more Instagram accounts you should be following right now (according to Brian Gossett)
Are you a “bricklayer” or an art director? Chris Do explains.
Chris Do clarifies some of the controversial assertions he made in the "Rethinking Design Education" video that made the rounds on social media earlier this… Read more
VR without goggles: “Field Trip to Mars” sends a souped up school bus to space
Winning 19 awards at Cannes last month, "Field Trip to Mars" is an innovative group VR experience powered by stunning real-time visuals and a bus-load… Read more
About the Motionographer facelift
We're calling the new look a "facelift," not a redesign. We're just trying to address a few specific issues with the old design that have… Read more
“An insulting pitch,” email from MK12 co-founder Ben Radatz
Recently, MK12 was asked to pitch just to be considered to pitch "for real' on a job for a large, multi-national company. This did not… Read more
Review: Division05’s “Snapdragon”
We review the latest educational offering from Division05, "Snapdragon," a comprehensive dissection of a real-world motion graphics project for Qualcomm.
Making “Party Pooper,” a browser-based game from Animade
"For anyone trying to make a game as a small project, I’d recommend scaling it back to make it manageable — focus on the core… Read more
Animade launches Boords storyboarding tool
The wizards at Animade recently released Boords, a simple, web-based tool for sharing storyboards.
After Effects Seattle: “Pearls of Wisdom – VO to AE to C4D Lipsync” with Casey Latiolais
Casey will be showing us how he synced voiceover to an animated character on a recent project. The process he used to make a tediously… Read more
Circles vs squares: An ode to living in nature
This promo for the new season of History Channel's "Mountain Men" from Roger starts off strong and then builds breathlessly from there.
Clever Instagram-based escape the room challenge
I told myself I wouldn’t, but I got sucked into Red Lion Canada’s Escape Room challenge for the Toronto Silent Film Festival. 10 minutes later,… Read more