Nicolas Ménard “Loop Ring Chop Drink”

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Montreal graphic designer Nicolas Ménard moved to London in 2012 to complete an MA in animation at the Royal College of Art where he created this darkly comic animated mini-masterwork called “Loop Ring Chop Drink 2014″ which just completed a successful festival run. [Read more]

Sweet and Beautiful: Yawen Zheng “Every Star”

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Yawen Zheng, an animation student from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, just sent us her first year film called “Every Star,” a sweet solo project about “A mysterious boy from nature who collects stars and sends them to every city child who is unable to see the stars through the foggy sky.” [Read more]

Behind the VFX of Björk’s “Black Lake” by Andrew Thomas Huang

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Commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art in New York as part of their Björk retrospective, Andrew Thomas Huang‘s “Black Lake” tones down the visual surreality of his previous collaboration’s with the singer while dialing up the raw emotion of her performance. [Read more]

Nudity, Censorship, Handcuffs! We’ll Have “None of That”

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Great story, pacing and character work from Ringling College of Art + Design students Anna Hinds Paddock, Isabela Littger de Pinho and Kriti Kaur in their 3D-animated short “None of That,” all set to music by Corey Wallace. [Read more]

FUGU & TAKO Graphic Novel Passes Funding Goal on Kickstarter

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It’s official, Ben West’s brilliant FUGU & TAKO short film will become a graphic novel, placing the mutated heroes in a “battle against their own ineptitude, a legion of yakuza, and a Godzilla-like monster.” You have till Friday, Jun 12 2015 10:34 AM EDT to pledge on Kickstarter and grab sweet rewards including a signed hardcopy of the graphic novel and limited edition signed original illustrations.
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Visual Assembly Launch Film

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Visual Assembly, the new design and animation studio founded in London by Joseph Winston and Douglas Bowden, marks their launch with this striking CG work, “The concept was to create a piece that resonated with the name of the studio and represented the building or foundation of something new. [Read more]