Category Archives: art
It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World has an amazing title sequence. After exploring I found Saul Bass, the designer of this title sequence, as well as many other sequences from the 50s through 80s. He also created a lot … Continue reading
a recent graduate of sva mathew defranco, posted this animation on vimeo. a classic single from audio two’s “hickey’s around my neck” circa 1987 gets a revival with mixed media animation. it showcases a very interesting unique style that is … Continue reading
just watched a great new animation from a turkish animator named ahmet serif yildirim. cutters is his 3d animated thesis. this all white animation is designed to look like paper, and he nailed it. you can see other cool work … Continue reading
a new short film from twins are weird won this past weekend at the charleston international film festival. place stamp here is a story written by kelly sharp about a traveling duo; a girl and a medium-sized black dog. it … Continue reading
after seeing fun caricatures i figured i would draw some. here is chuck todd of the daily rundown on msnbc.
“story is king” says john lasseter of pixar. given the continual success of pixar’s films it must be a great idea. recently rovio, the makers of the world famous angry birds game confirmed even farther just how necessary good story … Continue reading
a little late on this one but most likely no one realized that it happened. filed under “what a waste”, family guy got a new intro to the show when it went hd last year. simpson’s did it. they really … Continue reading
wow. it speaks for itself. this all new all cg animation studio, meindbender is really beginning to blur the lines between cg and reality with their claymation technique using maxwell render; it is going to change the animation world … Continue reading
while watching tv this week i saw two modern iterations of the beloved looney tunes characters that just left me wondering, why? first up – the foghorn leghorn geico commercial. let me start by saying very funny. honestly a … Continue reading
it looks like the client said “we really like south park” and then the design company vomited this. a particularly poorly done ad for grubhub.com seen in nyc on the subway. -we could do it better.