Funny little animation by London-based artist/animator Joseph Atkinson (a.k.a. José Fatkinson). Made in his final year of art school, check out “The Journey” below!
Quirky short by award-winning filmmaker/animator, Meghann Artes. Especially love her use of handmade elements and bright colours. Artes’ hybrid animation/live-action style (which involves frame by frame pixilation using Dragonframe software, 2 Macs, and multiple cameras) also gives it a really fun, cartoony-vibe. Watch “Speed Dating” below!
Short animation exploring texture by Berlin-based interdisciplinary design studio, Colors And The Kids. Watch below!
We’ve featured Micah Ganske on the site a couple times (see here and here). Check out this video portrait, directed by Alex Amoling as part of Distinct’s doc series, to see why. In addition to offering a great introduction to his work (which combines elements of 3D printing/sci-fi/virtual reality with sculpture/painting), Ganske shares wonderful insight into his creative process and how his drive toward experimentation staves off creative blocks and cultivates the kind of inspiration that evolves gradually over time. Watch below!
Dubbed a “no-go zone” by a Fox News reporter, director Cyprien Clément-Delmas, and a selection of North Parisian youth prove otherwise. Beautiful cinematography in this. Check out the vibrant and eclectic “Paris Go Zones” below!
The perfect short film to put your life and/or procrastination into perspective. “Sum” by London-based filmmaker Studiocanoe is based on the book, Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives, by neuroscientist and writer David Eagleman. If you’re keen to know the total amount of consecutive time (days/months/years) you’ll spend doing things like clipping your nails or staring into the refrigerator in your lifetime, watch below!