Milos “Sholim” Rajkovic is a Serbian artist who has found a unique way to express his anti-war and anti-corrupt corporation/government/religion sentiments: with animated GIFs.
Month: December 2013
We reveal the top 30 Cartoon Brew posts of the past year based on the number of pageviews each post received.
Kenard Pak is an artist in San Francisco who has worked as a visual development artist at DreamWorks Animation, PDI/DreamWorks, and Walt Disney Animation Studios.
In 2013, we published more content on Cartoon Brew than ever before. Here are some of our favorite pieces from throughout the year.
Pioneered by children, legitimized by people looking up weird stuff on YouTube, vitalized by online hoaxes, and existing entirely outside any kind of aesthetic considerations, fanime is something that could only have developed on the web.
Carter Goodrich is an artist who creates illustrations for children’s books, editorial illustrations for magazines, and character designs for animated films.
On February 18, 2014, the Criterion Collection will do something that they rarely ever do: release an animated film.
An encounter with a mysterious girl turns Stanley’s perfect wind-up world upside down.
New books about “Adventure Time,” Mary Blair, Alex Toth, Disney Golden Books, Pixar, and DreamWorks will be published in 2014.
Merry Christmas! We asked some of the movers and shakers at Nickelodeon to share their favorite Christmas specials with us. Here are their picks.
Animation legend Frédéric Back, the two-time Oscar-winning director of “The Man Who Planted Trees,” “Crac!,” and “The Mighty River,” passed away this morning at his home in Montreal.
From mainstream releases to independent foreign productions, we’ve got a guide to the animated feature releases that you can look forward to in 2014.
Will Kim is a Los Angeles based artist who creates “drawings and paintings in motion,” made primarily with oil pastels, watercolors and pencil on paper.
With today’s wide release of the fabricated and manipulative Saving Mr. Banks, it is an appropriate time to take a look at a different and more authentic side of the man, Walt Disney. These incredible photos, which came to my attention a few years ago, completely altered my perception of his personality.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, who is very popular in Japan, is the star of Disney Japan’s animated holiday greeting this year.
Here is the ridiculously goofy teaser for Cloudface, a 2D platformer currently in development by the three-man team Futurebeard, comprised of animator Corey McDaniel, programmer Craig Johnston, and musician Calum Bowen.