Mikey Please (the genius that made that incredible stop-motion “) and animator Dan Ojari have created a fantastic little tribute to Richard Williams, Ivor Cutler, and Norman McLaren. Watch it below!
A perfect little animated short by Seoul, Korea-based Superfiction. Watch below!
New York-based artist Miya Ando’s solo show, Sora/Ku (Sky/Emptiness), just opened at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Hong Kong and it will travel to the Singapore location of the gallery, October 29th. Ando is known for her subtle works on metal; layered abstract paintings on varied surfaces created using heat, sandpaper, grinders, and acid. It’s obvious these images aren’t going to do these works justice. More images below.
Patrick Vale is insane. Watch the video below!
Animators Jake Fried, Chad Vangaalen, Dimitri Stankowicz, Colin White, Taras Hrabowsky, Anthony Schepperd, Masanobu Hiraoka, KOKOFreakbean and Caleb Wood were recently tapped to create a special episode of Adult Swim’s Off The Air. The piece seamlessly weaves its way through different interpretations of the afterlife, set to the tune of Dan Deacon’s “When I Was Done Dying”. The stills I’ve pulled here all come from Masanobu Hiraoka’s section of the film because he’s my favourite and his work is next level (proof). Watch the animation below!
A selection of work by New York-based illustrator Julia Griffin. More images below.
Paintings by Holly Coulis. Brooklyn.
Dan Funderburgh just released this beautiful print over at , which is an online print gallery and shop that promotes both art and social responsibility by selling prints and donating to charities.
A series of portraits based on anonymous on-line confessionals by New York-based illustrator, Justin Gabbard.
“Ordinary people and disposable objects”, sculptures by Idan Friedman. More of Idan’s work: and
A wildly expressive animation by Fabio Tonetto, with fantastic sound design by Enrico Ascoli. Watch “Pluto 3000” below!
This is the most important video you will watch today. Watch “Butts” below.
Simple little animation by Montreal-based illustrator Martine Frossard. Watch “Thirty Masks” below.
Love this hand-drawn animation by Evan Red Borja, he perfectly captures the movement of skateboarding. Watch “Skateboard Cool Guy” below.
Paintings by Danny Balgley. Brooklyn.