‘An ode to a lost age of Internet love’ by Sean Buckalew.
A short by animators Dan Covert and Andre Andreev relating the alarming true story of a co-worker’s childhood addiction to Coca Cola.
Just say no, kids.
A really very impressive indeed trailer for an as-yet unmade full-length feature based on Dutch artist Martin Lodewijk’s classic comics series Agent 327 created with open source 3D software Blender.
Directed by Colin Levy, even he of the most successful Blender feature produced thus far: Sintel (2010).
Bonus Citroën H-type.
A fun take on Little Red Riding Hood by Future Film Festival.
A simple animation by Krišs Salmanis, who stenciled a figure at 36 locations along the same street to create the stop motion effect.
From the strangely beguiling Power Lines In Anime – a Tumblr dedicated to screencaps of ‘power lines, power line support poles, lattices and rail overhead lines’ in Anime features.
And not before time, sez you.
Above (from top): stills from Fuuka, Nichijou and Scum’s Wish.
The mid-afternoon slump. We’ve all been there.
An award winning 2015 graduation short by Seoro Oh.
A melon twisting hand-drawn animation by Dutch artist Johan Rijpma that starts with a line crossing the boundary of a grid. After that, you’re on your own.
More about the short at Rijpma’s website.