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A Brief (and Fun) History of Radiohead

Toronto illustrator/animator Joren Cull’s latest for Pitchfork proves that pop music history can be entertaining and therefore interesting even when it’s about a band you never listen to. Like, Radiohead for instance. [Watch]


Celebrating Marie Curie’s 150 Birthday

Dutch animator/illustrator Marlies van der Wel marks the 150th birthday of scientist Marie Curie and her pioneering work with radioactivity in this animated work for ESTRO Cancer Foundation thru Trigger Happy Productions in Berlin. [Watch]

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The Truth About Nagging and Why it Doesn’t Work

The Truth About Nagging and Why it Doesn’t Work by Steve Kirby for The School of Life [Watch]

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FutureDeluxe Releases “Plume” for Wacom

UK CG fiends FutureDeluxe re-team with Twistedpoly (aka designer/motion artist Nejc Polovsak) for another stunning excursion deep into 3D style with “Plume” commissioned by Wacom. [Watch]

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ACLU “Treated Like We Did Something Wrong”

Daniela Sherer, an indie animator and illustrator based in Tel Aviv and London: “This is a short I directed/animated for ACLU. [Watch]

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Abdullah Ibrahim: How Improvisation Saved My Life

The potent directing team of Melbourne’s Tessa Chong and London’s Lee Arkapaw animate a fantastic story by acclaimed South African pianist and composer Abdullah Ibrahim about surviving apartheid and the power of improvisation. [Watch]