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Universal Everything and Dvein for Johnnie Walker House

Matt Pyke and Universal Everything continue to explore the mix of tasteful and abstract 3D animation in corporate installations with a series of audio-visual pieces for Johnnie Walker House in Seoul, South Korea “inspired by the phenomenon of synaesthesia, where the brain ‘sees’ sound or ‘tastes’ color.” [Read more]

Rafael Parra Toro: “POP ON OP” Kickstarter

Gotta love Brooklyn kinetic artist Rafael Parra Toro‘s interactive book project on Kickstarter called “POP ON OP,” 110 pages of hands-on, real-time, op-art fun for all ages. [Read more]

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2veinte Gets “Wild & Woolly”

Buenos Aires design and motion graphics studio 2veinte takes a break from their broadcast and advertising work to unleash “Wild & Woolly,” a loopable, minute-long masterclass on character design and the extreme possibilities of cel animation. So many great frames in there. Directed by Pablo Gostanian, character [Read more]

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Tendril: Pitching and Missing “The Zone”

Having worked with the Tendril crew on the opening for our STYLE FRAMES conference, I know first hand how much passion they invest in their projects and pitches. Although this pitch for the YTV kids’ show “The Zone” (with sound by John Black at Cypher Audio) is the tonal opposite of the SF work, there is no doubting the care and precision involved. [Read more]

Woodwork: The Making of “Travelbird”

Amsterdam film/graphic/production company Woodwork share the crafty behind-the-scenes workings of their new spot for Travelbird a fast-growing european online travel agency. [Read more]

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Juan Cabral and MPC: IKEA “BED”

A solid idea from Mother London and bang-on execution from MJZ director Juan Cabral and a crew of 15 MPC VFX artists keeps IKEA’s ‘The Wonderful Everyday’ campaign going with this very-watchable spot which gains even more altitude via Prunella Scales’ reading from “The Tempest.” The MPC team, led by [Read more]

Legend of the Flying Tomato | STASH MAGAZINE

Seeing Red: “Legend of the Flying Tomato”

Ringling College of Art and Design students Michael Yates, Aurry Tan and Sharon Huang fight back against the French domination of student animation films with “Legend of the Flying Tomato” the boisterous tale of red-headed Frida “a hero in the legendary luchador El Pirana… and a mysterious taco salesman.” [Read more]

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2014 CG Student Awards Winners

The CG Student Awards continue to grow at an astounding rate, doubling last year’s entry total to 650, piling on sponsors, tripling their site traffic and matching more talent with studio internships and employment. Have a look at the winners here. [Read more]