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“Final_Final” by Matt Greenwood

Matt Greenwood, animator, motion designer, and creative director at Nice Shoes in Toronto on his new personal project debuted at Pictoplasma 2018: “I made Final_Final with no script or planning. Each day I picked up where I left off and it evolved into a cast of shiny characters.” [Read more]

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The ALT Guide to Character Design

Pictoplasma Berlin 2018 kicks open the doors May 2 with this fun short film which director Jon Dunleavy describes as “a subversive initiation into the art of character design, as told by a malevolent artificial intelligence.” [Read more]

Get Ready for Pictoplasma Berlin 2018

On May 2, the Pictoplasma Festival returns to Berlin to celebrate the art and craft of character design – an electric and eclectic gathering of over 700 artists, illustrators, filmmakers, plus game, graphic, and product designers. [Read more]

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Pictoplasma Characters Invade NYC November 17

Time to grab your tickets for Pictoplasma NYC, (the mother of all character design festivals) returning to Manhattan November 17 with a killer line up of artists plus the Characters in Motion animation screening. [Read more]

Sehsucht’s “Chameleon” Interactive Installation

Mate Steinforth and Sehsucht premiered “Chameleon” at Pictoplasma 2014 in Berlin, allowing audiences to “modulate the characters and dive into a world between reality and virtuality. Chameleon addresses alienation and identity. It also raises the question of self-awareness and introspection in a world of post-privacy.”
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Pictoplasma Celebrates 10 Years

Pictoplasma 10 opens tonight in Berlin, celebrating a full decade of character coolness by staging a vast group exhibition of “new works by the 100+ international artists, designers, illustrators, and filmmakers who have most influenced the project over the years.” [Read more]