Another lo-fi hand drawn animated music video by El Tacodor, this time for Onoe Caponoe. Watch “Disappearing Jakob” below.
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!
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!
This surreal animation by Daniel Britt (from the insanely talented This Is It Collective) is nothing short of a masterpiece. Brilliant writing, and flawless animation. Hats off to everyone involved, especially sound designer Oswald Skillbard. Watch “I Decided To Leave” below!
“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!
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.
A perfect little 10-second animation by Wayne Unten. Watch it below.
wrangled up six animation studios, gave them each 10 seconds of music, a few colours, and set them loose. The results were stitched together into this fantastic summer ident. Watch below!
Designer Joshua Davis has been creating some really cool visuals lately, experimenting with texture mapping (2D image wrapped onto a 3D object). Here he uses Tycho’s “See” video as the source and the results are way more interesting than the original Tycho video. Watch the experiment below.