An impressive and twisted Royal College Of Art graduation short by Laura Jayne, apparently based on her own experience, but not literally. You’ll see.
To wit: two drunk friends accidentally stumble upon a crime scene.
One character’s relationship with his father over his lifetime, explored by directors Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata in an Oscar nominated short adapted from a poem of the same name by Ron Koertge.
A new music video from animator Cyriak Harris, who’s taken a random bit of vintage footage (wherein an old man attempts to eat breakfast in the middle of the road), then run it through the nightmare-o-tron a few times, as is his wont.
Naturally, you’ll have seen his ‘Like And Subscribe’ video for Adam Buxton’s podcast.
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South Korean animator Seoro Oh’s cleverly titled, sneezy, snorky, snotty ode to the vicissitudes of rhinitis.
Vanity Fair puts voice actor Tom Kenny on the spot – presenting him with five previously unseen animated characters, inviting him to improvise their likely voices.
Being the voice of Spongebob, Gary the snail, Adventure Time’s Ice King, the Mayor on Powerpuff Girls and many others – Kenny does not disappoint.
An impressive graduation short by Claudia Cortés Espejo wherein:
Steven is going though a rough time, until he decides to confront the source of his problems… his creator.
Lazy Square imagines the Simpson’s opening sequence in a dour, early 80s Russian setting, set to the bleak strains of Goran Bregovic’s ‘Ederlezi‘.
Director Jo Roy’s animated video for Meg Myers’ cover of Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ (in which a green-screened Myers was motion-captured into the form of a metamorphosing moth).
The footage was printed off in the form of 3,200+ black and white frames which were then coloured in by 2,100 elementary schoolchildren before being reassembled.
Part one of an episodic CG short – like an elaborate video game cut scene – with impressive character design created on
Unreal Engine by animator Han Yang.
Another fascinating science animation from German educational design studio Kurzgesagt. In this case, the electromagnetic radiation that surrounds us and whether it’s as dangerous as some think.
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