Brooklyn-based artist Michael Williams’ paintings make me feel like I am falling into a deep nightmarish hole in the ground. More images below.
My favourite animation studio, Australia’s Rubber House, is back with some new work. Greg and Ivan were recently presented with a dream opportunity from Adult Swim; carte blanche to write, design, and produce as many short animations as they could come up with. There are eight shorts currently airing on Adult Swim and the duo are posting them, one by one, to their tumblr () every day this week. Watch two of my favourites so far, below.
is a 360 degree x 220 degree immersive video installation and the latest from London-based animation studio, Factory Fifteen. Exhibited at the SAT Immersion Experience Symposium back in May, represents the first attempt at 360 degree film making. In the video below, participants are placed inside a transformative, spherical space that eventually peels away.
Montreal-based Julien Valle is a cut & paste master. When I originally posted about the work of Nicolas Burrows I didn’t realise the image of all the stuff coming out of the computer screen was actually a collaborative effort with Valle. It makes perfect sense now.
More flawless work from Taiwanese illustrator Hsiao-Ron Cheng. See more of her fashion-inspired portraits below!
Drawings by artist Soey Milk. More below.
Loving the style of these animations by Asami Ike! Watch a couple of them below! from Asami Ike from Asami Ike
One look at these mesmerizing animated loops by Pingo van der Brinkloev and it’s obvious that it’s getting harder to tell what’s what these days. The fact that none of this is actual paper doesn’t make it any less impressive. Watch below!