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“Endless Space 2” Launch Trailer

The full release of Amplitude Studios’ sci-fi strategy game Endless Space 2 hit PCs last week with the help of this sleek clip created by French director Niels Prayer, ULF Productions, and the irrepressible 3D specialists at Supamonks in Paris. [Read more]

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Supamonks Launch “Stone Age” onto Mobile

Supamonks, the French animation crew responsible for 2014’s infamous Holypop film, are back with another off-the-rails 3D rampage.
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Of Buddhists and Space Dragons: the Making of “Strange Alloy”

In December 2014, French director Loïc Bramoullé trekked solo to Myanmar to shoot reference and background plates for a short film he describes as a mix of District 9 and Ron Fricke’s 2001 Buddhist-themed documentary Samsara. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2014 Preview #4: “Supermoine Holypop”

The cover of Stash 104 featured this jaw-dropper of a promo from Parisian character specialists Supamonks for a soft drink brewed by Catholic monks called Holypop. Hang on to your frock. Supamonks: “In the south of France, close to the Bourget Lake, stands a friary called ‘Les Frères de la Sainte Famille’. For more than […] [Read more]

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Supamonks for MONKEY TIE

Parisian animation studio Supamonks are masters of injecting extreme dynamic range (from serenity to ultra-violence) into their characters’ actions and expressions. Latest case in point: this pair of 2D spots for MONKEY TIE, a French recruitment website that matches candidates to jobs based on their personality. [Read more]

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Supamonks Wreak Havoc for “Holypop”

Parisian character masters Supamonks bust free from their commercial work to unleash a wave of medieval mayhem in this manic and blood-soaked animated comedy produced at the request of real monks in the south of France (Les Frères de la Sainte Famille) to promote their new soda called Holypop. Seriously. [Read more]