In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, here are two photo galleries worth exploring: African-Americans in the Animation Industry
Italian-American artist Joe Magro was hired at Disney in 1936 during the studio’s expansion to produce Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Magro left Disney in 1937 and returned to the East Coast. When Magro left, his Disney colleagues presented him with a “good luck” book filled with gag drawings.
The Saturday Morning legends will step up and take responsibility for Fangface, Turbo Teen and Rubik The Amazing Cube.
Check out the films of Tony Dusko, a grade-school teacher who has been using animation to communicate with his students.
Venture will be supported by revenue from South Park and the Broadway musical Book of Mormon.
Our best wishes to Pixar’s big boss John Lasseter who turns 56 years old today!
They might make you laugh, or think, or simply smile. Here’s a trio of new animated short films from a few artists I admire.
Let us celebrate the final day of 2012 with inspiring visuals by animation legend Ferdinand Horvath.
Let us take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the animation community members who we lost in 2012.
Keiji Nakazawa, the creator of the manga series Barefoot Gen, passed away on December 19th from lung cancer.