Hamburg, Germany-based Frederik Jurk draws an assortment of monsters, girls, and other characters often in limited, flat colors. He is a recent graduate of HAW Hamburg, Fakultät DMI.
Month: February 2014
Last weekend the town of Taylor, Texas held their first-ever Tex Avery Day in honor of their hometown animation hero. Here is a look at what happened.
As a planetary storm approaches, a lone shaman manages to avoid disaster.
Miley Cyrus’s new “Bangerz” concert tour launched in Vancouver on Valentine’s Day, with the concert’s opening number featuring animated visuals by John Kricfalusi.
Second-year CalArts student Citlalli Anderson draws funny cartoons and shares her school work, doodles, and notes.
Mister Cok is the owner of a large bomb factory. Looking for efficiency and profit, he decides to replace his workers by sophisticated robots. The formers stare helplessly at the toil of the robotic laborers. But one of the workers does not accept being discarded so easily…
The 30-minute “Life After Pi” documents last year’s financial collapse of vfx house Rhythm & Hues.
“Sir Billi” is to Scotland what “Toy Story” is to the United States—the country’s first CGI animated feature. It’s being distributed to ho
Leave it to PES, the whiz of the very-short short, to use the visual of a decomposing woman being colonized by insects as a way to sell earrings and brooches.
Jonathan Clements’ “Anime: A History” differs greatly from more populist overviews of anime available in the English-language market. This book is not about the anime texts themselves, but the surrounding industry: Clements delivers a tightly-packed account of anime production, distribution and viewership from the silent era to the present day.