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Parallel: Charles X “Can You Do It?”

Quentin Baillieux (half of French directing duo Parallel) crafts an intricate and intriguing mix of 3D and 2D in this music video for “Can You Do It?” from LA singer/songwriter Charles X – produced by Eddy and animated at Brunch Studio in Paris. [Read more]

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Hornet Inc. Signs Designer/director Kyle Bean

From the release: Hornet Inc., the full-service production studio with offices in New York City, is proud to announce the signing of designer and director Kyle Bean. Kyle’s work, be it for Google or Verizon, Kinfolk or the Financial Times, is tactile; constructed by Kyle himself or in collaboration with a team. “We’re so used […] [Read more]

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Yves Geleyn Makes Your Happy Meal Happier

Thirty crew, 12 weeks, six sets, plus hundreds of 3D-printed and hand-painted miniature characters culminate in director Yves Geleyn‘s intricate new stop-motion Happy Meal clip shot on Hornet’s stage in Brooklyn for McDonalds thru Leo Burnett UK. [Read more]

Lernert & Sander Unleash the “Sony Turtle Cam”

With a brief to capture the high quality of Sony Action Cam’s slow-motion, Amsterdam director/artist duo Lernert Engleberts and Sander Plug turn to what they call the epitome of slow, “The camera is so simple to use that it could even be used by a turtle, which is how the concept came about.” [Read more]

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Stash 115 Drops 2.5 Hours of Inspiration Overload

With a running time of almost 2.5 hours, Stash 115 is guaranteed to overload your inspiration receptors with brilliant design, animation, VFX, and behind-the-scenes features plus exclusive interviews with the talent behind the brilliance. [Read more]

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Cineplex “Lily & The Snowman”

Tis the season of tear-inducing animation and Hornet directors Dan & Jason and Hyesung Park bring their best character game to this piece running in Cineplex’s theaters and online thru Toronto agency Zulu Alpha Kilo about “growing up and remembering the things in life that matter.” [Read more]