Let us celebrate the final day of 2012 with inspiring visuals by animation legend Ferdinand Horvath.
Author: Amid Amidi
There’s some ugly stuff to be found in the dusty bins of animation history. Case in point: this wildy inappropriate ad promoting Krazy Kat theatrical animated shorts.
Three months before Toy Story was released, Pixar owner Steve Jobs took to the stage at the SIGGRAPH conference and explained why the film represented a major leap in film technology.
Keiji Nakazawa, the creator of the manga series Barefoot Gen, passed away on December 19th from lung cancer.
A well conceived mix of hilarity and discomfort packaged into one very odd-mannered individual.
This is the eighth Christmas we’ve celebrated on Cartoon Brew, and we’ve never posted the holiday special Ziggy’s Gift.
Bruno Bozzetto – who has produced a remarkably solid body of work, ripe for rediscovery.
Amsterdam-based animator Nigel Upchurch offered us Chirstmas Warmer, a 21st century interpretation of the Yule Log film.
Ok, call off the search. I’ve found this year’s best animated Christmas greeting, and it’s by none other than Cyriak!
The film, which will be animated in a colored pencil style, is “a story of love and sacrifice set in Russia.”
Japanese design studio Tymote has finally answered the age-old question: What if Wassily Kandinsky used Cinema 4D?
Brace yourself for one of the most creative animation cycles you’ll see this side of the Fleischer brothers.
Brooklyn-based filmmaker doesn’t like the holidays. But she does like felt puppets.
A fun holiday greeting from comic legend Stan Lee and his new YouTube channel World of Heroes. Two of the artists involved are Cartoon Brew Student Festival winners.
The William Joyce brand has been uniformly successful across various media platforms—except for one arena: CG animated features.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced their animated short film selections for the next edition of the festival, which will take place January 17-27 in Park City, Utah.
Illustrator Rob Loukotka’s ACME Corporation Kickstarter project is worth writing about for many reasons besides the fact that he’s trying to raise money.
Carlo Vogele has a knack for imbuing inanimate objects with personality. He’s told stories with lighting fixtures, socks and now fish.
Ruocco’s film is a welcome antidote to the forced cheeriness of most animated holiday films.
Forbes Magazine has published a list of 30 Under 30 in Hollywood and two animators managed to sneak their way onto the list.
Cartoon Network has greenlit Clarence, a new animated series by CalArts grad Skyler Page whose student films Crater Face and Girl Wallet have both been featured on Cartoon Brew…
Earlier this week, Disney released the first piece of concept art from their 2013 animated feature Frozen, directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck.
If you think using Kickstarter is the heaven-sent solution for independent artists, this article may make you reconsider.
This trailer for the animated feature Blood of Eden is among the more cinematically ambitious pieces of Iranian animation I’ve encountered yet.
Winning an Oscar is supposed to be a night you’ll always remember. For Polish animator Zbigniew Rybczynski, it was a …