“Way Out”, an animation by London-based illustrator and animator Yukai Du. Her film is a reflection on the lifelessness of life thanks to mobile devices, and was inspired by the book “Alone Together” by Sherry Turkle. Watch it below.
Last week at our “Drawing On The Past” show I met Tim Hoyle, an English guy with a moustache, who makes animations under the name El Tacodor. Here’s a video he made earlier this year for a Pete Cannon, Dr Syntax, Jehst, and Del track. Love the simple style he’s got going on, watch the video below.
Annette Jung’s remake of the “Thriller” music video using Lego! Just wish it was the entire video! Watch below!
Diggin’ the style of Marguerite Sauvage’s fashion illustrations. I like how the way shoe is sliding off her foot in the last one. (Thanks for the tip, Macky!)
Installations by Jacob Hashimoto.
This song on repeat all morning. Love this simple animation style by Titouan Bordeau for Muta’s song “Praise”. Music label King Deluxe always has great videos. Watch the animation below.
Andy Calabozo was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Now he’s based in Portugal. More drawings below.
Designer James Victore cruises around Brooklyn and Queens in an old jeep and attempts to make sense of the type specimens he finds. Watch “Type Safari” below.
Haunting digital drawings by Greek artist Vasilios Paspalis. More images below.
Beautiful lights, stools, and clocks by Lukas Peet. Vancouver.
Artist/designer JK Keller (lives and works with Keetra Dean Dixon). Found matchbooks manipulated into little hands spelling letters in sign language. Just one of Keller’s many genius projects.
Cardboard works and charcoal drawings by Astrid de la Chapelle.
Drawings by illustrator Mathilde Vangheluwe. See more below.
I wanted this video to be even longer, it’s so good! Ynon Lan walked around NYC and made these fantastic little stop-motion pieces stitching together photos of things he saw over and over: taxis, brownstones, even Starbucks. Watch “Still NYC” below.
Works by Xavier Barrade.