Another lo-fi hand drawn animated music video by El Tacodor, this time for Onoe Caponoe. Watch “Disappearing Jakob” below.
Drawings by artist Daan Noppen, found via our . More images below.
Some crispy illustrations and typography care of Brazilian-born Doug Alves (Nacionale). The guy is 25 and has a client list that makes me want to start binge drinking. Love his type work. http://www.nacionale.cc/
Enjoyed this weird little animation by Joshua Catalano. Watch “Poulicroc” below!
An underwater stop-motion film noir, by Quique Rivera Rivera. Watch the animation below!
A stop-motion animation by Jordan Bruner. Watch below!
Afghan designer Massoud Hassani has invented a wind-powered land-mine clearer! This is a teaser for a documentary by Callum Cooper (yes, the guy who made this), about the designer and his fantastic creation. Watch below!
You’ll be able to tell by the amount of images below (there’s a lot) how much I love Michael Howard’s work. The London-based illustrator makes work under the name NVM Illustration and if you dive into his Tumblr it may be hours before you re-emerge. More images below.
One of our current Quality Sponsors, The New School, in New York, is hosting a competition open to anyone graduating high school this year (or older). Up for grabs is one full and one partial scholarship for a bachelor’s program to any of the five divisions at The New School. If you’re interested, head over .
Hilarious drawings by artist Eric Yahnker (I previously posted his work ). More below.
Ayumu Arisaka, Mai Oita, and Ren Kohata are known as . Together they are making some of the most unconventional animations I’ve seen. They combine drawings, paintings, cut-outs, toys, you name it. Their work is unpredictable, and totally refreshing. Enjoy several of their videos below!
A selection of works by New York-born, London-based, artist Isabel Yellin. More images below.
New work by one of our favourites, Brooklyn-based artist Erik Jones (click here for previous posts). His solo show is currently on display at Jonathan LeVine Gallery and runs until April 30th. See more images from “Twenty Sixteen” below!
Drawings by illustrator Na Kim. Brooklyn, New York.
Comics by artist Jake Terrell. More below.