Mike Brodie

In the spirit of Independence Day here is the online porftolio of the frustratingly still unknown photographer Mike Brodie. Most of his subjects are rural artists, abandoned building squatters, boxcar riders, and "other" Americans.   [Read more]


This little opus from the Hamburg studio of Optix Digital was posted here a while back for a few hours but had to be removed for reasons we are not at liberty to discuss – although I can proudly say it was not because of the inter-species shagging. Bionade is actually an all-natural "non-alcoholic refreshment […] [Read more]


This clip contains absolutely no animation or vfx but you may find it extremely therapeutic after, say… the ninth round of bullshit revisions by a client with no brains and fewer balls. Good for other occasions too – mostly to do with, say… ex-significant others.     [Read more]


Sebastian Onufszak has updated his personal site with some striking still work and a new reel for summer 2006. Also worth your time: his frequent collaborator Timo Boese. Together they form the Propagandabuero. [Read more]


Tom Van Gestel is an animation student in Brussels keeping track of his creative progress in this blog. I recommend the short film La Realite, but the exercises (pictured here) to create an Olympic promo and a 360 fly around of his own snot are also worth a look. Found via 40 Fakes. [Read more]

Amenth Mubarok

Subscribing to all five flavorpill newsletters probably marks me as a fan but last Tuesday’s London dispatch turned out to be extra sweet because it featured the work of Indonesian illustrator/designer Amenth Mubarok  in the banner. This is the first of their featured artists that has really dilated my capillaries – kind of a whirling […] [Read more]