29.03.13 by Jeff

Rubber House for LoopdeLoop

best of LoopdeLoop by rubberhouse
LoopdeLoop is a monthly animation challenge that has really grown into something cool. Each month there’s a new theme and animators from around the world submit their work. All of the animations are screened at a venue in Melbourne, and one winner is chosen!

One of my favourite studios, Rubber Houserecently compiled the best of their LoopdeLoop submissions from the last couple years. They’re fantastic, watch below!

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28.03.13 by Jeff

The Yok + Sheryo in Australia

The Yok + Sheryo in Australia
Brooklyn artists The Yok and Sheryo paint a mural together in Fremantle, Australia. I especially love Sheryo’s characters (look for the pizza ones on her site). Watch the video below!

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28.03.13 by Jeff

“Not About Us” by Michael Frei

Not About Us animation by Michael Frei
A superb little animation by Michael Frei. Watch below!

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27.03.13 by Jeff

Justice / live show experience

Behind the scenes of Justice live show experience
Life + Times provides us a look behind the scenes at Justice’s live show experience. Watch below!

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26.03.13 by Jeff

“Motorville” by Patrick Jean

Motorville animation by Patrick Jean
Clever animation by Patrick Jean! An American city tears itself off the map and goes hunting for oil. Watch below!

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26.03.13 by Jeff

Jake Weidmann

Jake Weidmann
Jake Weidmann is one of 11 master penmen in the world. I wish the part where he is drawing the peacock feathers was a lot longer. Watch below!

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25.03.13 by Jeff

Alphabets Heaven “Birthday”


This animation by Renata Gąsiorowska is pure bliss. From what I understand she’s only halfway through art school so what you’re seeing here is only the beginning. I wouldn’t say it’s one of my favourite animations of the year, I’d say it’s one of my favourite anythings from anytime, ever. Watch below!

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25.03.13 by Jeff

Bottled History

Bottled History the art of Ray Gascoigne

Bottled History the art of Ray Gascoigne
Smith Journal profiles Ray Gascoigne who has spent 60 years building beautiful ships inside bottles. Watch below!

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