Melancholy is not a feeling I associate with pop music but this video for Chinese singer/songwriter Cai Xukun, powered by meditative animation from VCRWORKS in Seoul, takes us deep into sorrow and pulls off an unlikely emotional coup along the way. [Read more]
One of the most delightfully strange music videos we’ve seen in a decade, “Hesperius Draco” was crafted by Seattle CG artist and director Richard Lord for Brussell’s based musician Alessandro Parisi.
Paris design studio ELMØ conjures a fresh mix of hand-drawn typography and 3D style in this effervescent teaser for the 2019 edition of Motion Motion, which bills itself as “The only French motion design festival for a wide audience.” [Read more]
Creative director John Likens and the MethodMade crew transport viewers to 19th century San Francisco Chinatown in this 90-second, full CG sequence exploring “cultural identity, hard-boiled crime, and martial arts mastery.” [Read more]
The formidable 3D team of Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir are back with an intricate and abstract piece for the London Symphony Orchestra driven by motion capture of the LSO’s music director Sir Simon Rattle. [Read more]
Director Jesper Ericstam and 22-year-old Norwegian data detective (and Tae Kwon Do champion) Mia Landsem celebrate personal freedom and non-conformity as they storm into the dark corners of the web and real life. [Read more]
The Netflix reboot of Carmen Sandiego opens with this captivating action sequence created by Los Angeles design and animation studio Chromosphere who also handled production design for the series. [Read more]
Brazilian fact-checking site Boatos.org and director Leo Drigo recount the remarkable true story of Tsutomu Yamaguchi, a 29-year-old husband and father who survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs. [Read more]