Ronda: The Amazing World of Gumball on Cartoon Network

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Known for their character-driven craziness, Buenos Aires design/animation studio Ronda turn their talents to The Amazing World of Gumball creating this series of lunatic loops for Cartoon Network including a claymation clip by fellow Argentinians Can Can Club. [Read more]

Art&Graft: Boomerang Global Rebrand

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London motion design studio Art&Graft unleash a torrent of frenetic, isometric fun for Boomerang, Turner Broadcasting’s cartoon classic network with an eye to “re-align the branding across territories and create a complementary channel to Cartoon Network, whilst establishing its own identity & personality.” [Read more]

Impactist Wraps “Wilfred” for FXX

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The fourth and final season of Wilfred (the offbeat dark comedy starring Elijah Wood and Jason Gann) moved to FXX in 2014 complete with this appropriately surreal and irreverent broadcast package from Portland’s favorite musical motion design couple Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing (aka Impactist). [Read more]

Robertson, Dixon and Dower: “Simpsons Pixels”

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This planet’s fascination with pixel art continues uninterrupted with this manic tribute to the “The Simpsons” opening from the all-Australian team of pixel artist/animator Paul Robertson, animator/pixel artist/illustrator/game maker Ivan Dixon, and sound and visual artist Jeremy Dower. [Read more]

Patrick Clair: “The Man in the High Castle”

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What would life be like in America if the Nazi’s and Japan won WWII? Philip K. Dick took a stab at the answer in his 1962 Hugo-winning novel called “The Man in the High Castle,” and now Ridley Scott brings that nightmare to the small screen for Amazon complete with ominous titles by Patrick Clair via Elastic. [Read more]

DK Studios Seeks “Man Seeking Woman”

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Snappy black and white iconography from the DK crew sets the tone for FXX’s sweet and absurdist new original comedy “Man Seeking Woman” starring Jay Baruchel and based on humorist/novelist/screenwriter (and former SNL/Pixar writer) Simon Rich’s book of short stories. [Read more]