Incredible pen and ink drawings by artist, Ben Sack. More images below.
Drawings by Lauren Albert aka . Brooklyn.
Love David Rudnick’s graphic work and typography for RL Grime’s debut album, VOID. This is flawless work, and I love how it carries over into the animation for RL Grime’s single “Valhalla”. The video was directed by David Rudnick and Daniel Swan, and features animation by Bob Walmsley and Andrew Keyser. Watch it below.
Love this short animation for LoopdeLoop, by Buenos Aires-based animator Dante Zaballa. Watch “Go!” below.
Nowness profiles designer Marc Newson as part of their “In Residence” series. Watch the interview below!
Apparently this is Max Litvinov’s first animated short, kinda hard to believe though. Fantastic style here, really looking forward to seeing more. Watch “Birder Dash” below.
Inspired by his experience with animation and the multitude of images needed to create a single second of video, artist Scott Hutchison attempts to paint figures in a sequence of events. See more images below.
Paintings by Julian C. Duron. Brooklyn. Fantastic style!
Drawings and paintings by Los Angeles-based artist James Jean. More below.
Drawings by Barcelona-based artist Sabine Finkenauer. More below.
Lovely work by Melbourne-based illustrator Carla McRae. More images and a video of her drawing below.
Photos by Clayton Cotterell. Brooklyn.
This short by Royal College of Art student, Sarina Nihei, is hand-drawn animation perfection. The Japanese-born animator has created a masterpiece, and from what I understand it’s her first-year film?! That’s enough to make me want to put everything I made in school in a pile, and set fire to it (I was maybe going to do that this weekend anyways). The uneasy universe of the story is brilliantly brought to life by sound designer Pat Hime. This is one of those things you watch and as you are watching it you already know it is your favourite. Watch “Trifling Habits” below.
This is cinematic perfection, it’s truly one of the finest pieces of animation I’ve seen. I’ve praised Allison Schulnik’s animations in the past ( and ) but I think this film is her strongest work to date. It is absolutely gorgeous, and also terrifying, and I guess that’s sort of how I feel about all of her work. Watch the Allison Schulnik’s animation “Eager” below! Turn up the volume, turn off the lights and make full screen (if your computer can handle it, it’s worth it).
Selection of work by French artist Bom.k. More images below.