2veinte: Agile Films
2veinte’s eye-popping palettes and quirky animation titillate the senses in this experimental short created for Agile Films. Credits Done by 2veinte Directed by Pablo Gostanian… Read more
Q&A: Dark Noir
Maybe there's an approach to crowdsourcing that isn't creatively repulsive or ethically bankrupt. Here's how Red Knuckles, Rafael Grampá and Absolut worked with a few… Read more
Luiz Stockler: Montenegro
Check it out, the latest short film from Luiz Stockler, the cute Montenegro.
Smith & Foulkes: Inner Beauty for Honda
Incredibly creative fly-through for Honda in this extended edit from Nexus and Smith & Foulkes. Make sure to also check out the making of.
Cinematics is a visual journey through the history of film
Designer/animator Pier Paolo teamed up with music composer/sound designer Combustion to create “Cinematics,” a playful journey through the history of film. Pay close attention to… Read more
Celyn: Vitra “Map Table”
With a charming jewel tone palete and lovingly wrought 2D animation, designer/director Celyn (Nexus Productions) shows how simplicity and complexity can coexist in “Map Table.”… Read more
Conor Finnegan: Candice Gordon “Sound of Horns”
After the brilliant “Fear of Flying“, Conor Finnegan is back with the new music video for Candice Gordon – “Sound of Horns”. Make sure to… Read more
Sanghon Kim for France 5
Great abstract character animation in this opener for Duels on France 5 by Sanghon Kim. Animation at Mathematic.tv. Animation lead: Ruben Sellem.
Fraser Davidson: A Guide To American Football
UK-based Fraser Davidson’s latest, “A Guide To American Football,” is a hilarious distillation of one of America’s most beloved pastimes. In the same spirit as… Read more
Animation through pottery from Crafts Council
Clever use of the potters’ wheel – and pottery – as a Zoetrope by the Crafts Council
12 Days of Elves
Some devilish minds (who wish to remain anonymous) have whipped up a dozen gruesome but chuckle-worthy animations, 12 Days of Elves. EDITOR’S NOTE: At the… Read more
Animation for a Cause
Nicely timed with the giving season, Mexico City-based designer/animator Yaniv Fridman has launched Animation for a Cause, a nonprofit dedicated to creating short explanatory motion… Read more
The Podium Waltz
Daniel Bruson directed this marvellous animation for the opening scene for “The Podium Waltz”, a short film about visually impaired brazilian runner Terezinha Guilhermina. This scene follows the… Read more
Nicolas Ménard: Somewhere
Director/Animator Nicolas Ménard brings us his new film: Somewhere. With a unique style combined with the amazing music/sound design by Rich Vreeland, Somewhere takes us to… Read more
Mathieu Labaye : Orgesticulanismus
Orgesticulanismus is a brilliant animated short film by director Mathieu Labaye, in tribute to his father.
Jeff Le Bars: Carn
Director/animator Jeff Le Bars has an impeccable eye for composition and color, as his Emile Cohl 2012 graduation film “Carn” proves. But the real magic… Read more
Leftchannel: motion 2013 Opener
Columbus-based Leftchannel has been plugging away for over 10 years, but it’s been a while since we’ve posted them on Motionographer. Their recently launched opener… Read more
CRCR: C2C “Delta”
French collective CRCR creates an epic cel animated promo for C2C’s “Delta.” Themes include fear of the unknown, violence and — ultimately — mystical transcendence.
TSB – The Story by Studio AKA
Studio AKA (London) tells the history behind the building of the TSB bank through this beautiful piece. Combining the hand crafted artistry of 2D character animation within… Read more
EXIT 73 Studios: Coin
“Coin” begins as a rather humble homage to fighting games of yesteryear, an 8-bit nod at nostalgia with lovingly crafted keyframes. Then things get awesome.… Read more
The students of Gobelins strike again. “Myosis” is an existential love story, a lyrical tale of passion and the creative destruction sometimes necessary to stay… Read more
Outstanding piece by Tokyo-based Masanobu Hiraoka, one of the creatives from Je Regarde.
Marc-Antoine Locatelli “Nuance”
French director Marc-Antoine Locatelli’s “Nuance” is an engrossing performance-based project worth checking out. Backed by track “Ants” (EdIT), dancer Lucas Boirat interacts with a mercurial… Read more
Trunk Animation: Gelato Go Home
Oh… those ice cream vans, who would have thought? Gelato Go Home is a charming animation from Trunk Studios and directed by Alasdair + Jock.… Read more