12.06.15 by Staff

Trippy Animation of the Day

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“Inner Space Artifacts” is an experimental animation by San Francisco-based, 3D artist Ben Ridgway. Ridgway has been experimenting with animation since 1992 and helped develop games for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Watch “Inner Space Artifacts” below!

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10.06.15 by Jeff

Animation Made Using Only Apple Keynote

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Designer Linda Dong left her job at Apple to travel the world and work on personal projects. She’s currently based in Tokyo and has made this really cool little animation using only the Apple Keynote app. I am now officially embarrassed of every presentation I’ve made. She’s provided some tips and her project file on her site here. Watch the animation below.

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09.06.15 by Staff

Animation: Coffee Break

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A perfect little animated short by Seoul, Korea-based Superfiction. Watch Coffee Break below!

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04.06.15 by Jeff

Illustrator Jack Sachs

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3D animator/illustrator Jack Sachs was the CG designer on “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared 4” and pretty much everything he makes is amazing. See more of his work below.

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03.06.15 by Jeff

Animation of the Day: “An Emo Nose” by Wong Ping

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Another wonderfully surreal animation from Wong Ping. I don’t know how he comes up with this stuff. Watch “An Emo Nose” below.

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03.06.15 by Staff

360 Degree x 220 Degree Immersive Video Installation

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Cocoon is a 360 degree x 220 degree immersive video installation and the latest from London-based animation studio, Factory Fifteen. Exhibited at the SAT Immersion Experience Symposium back in May, Cocoon represents the first attempt at 360 degree film making. In the video below, participants are placed inside a transformative, spherical space that eventually peels away.

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02.06.15 by Staff

Keita Onishi

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Japanese animator Keita Onishi matches the vibe and tempo of Julien Mier and Magical Mistakes’ track, “Divide, Multiple,” perfectly. More images and full video below.

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28.05.15 by Staff

Universal Everything’s Wondrous Projections on the Sydney Opera House

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In collaboration with 22 animation studios from all over the world, Universal Everything has created a living mural for the Sydney Opera House. While adapting cutting-edge technologies, Universal Everything encouraged a creative process intent on capturing something everyone can relate to. The hand-drawn approach, in particular, sets it apart from the kind of projections usually commissioned to light up the iconic structure. See more images and video of the project below.

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