A music video created with 2,000 drawings, a few dozen branches, 2 lights, 1 camera and 1 computer.
A man goes on a quest to find the spirit of a woman to whom he could never say goodbye.
“Freak of the Week,” a music video for the Swedish rock band Freak Kitchen, premiered online today, and it just might be the most classically animated teeth-gnashing and hair-flipping metal you’ve seen in your lifetime.
As one of the few animators to successfully cross over into the lucrative world of fine art, Takeshi Murata (b. 1974) has produced a wide range of video works that range from hand-drawn, computer-assisted animation to randomly distorted clips from films and TV shows a la glitch art, such as “Untitled (Pink Dot)” (2007), drawn from “Rambo,” or “Timewarp Experiment” (2007) from “Three’s Company.”
Dolphin Burger Studios, a workshop for disabled artists and animators in Brighton, England, has produced a fan-remake of the memorable stop-motion music video for Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer.”
Andreas Martini created this video for the song “VBFkt Ub/Migraine” by Mtch. Both the video and audio will be a part of the upcoming Krux records compilation “black box one.”
Electronic music acts Skrillex and Boys Noize recently approached London-based animation studio Golden Wolf to create a music video for their collaborative, experimental music project ‘Dog Blood.’
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.
Official video for Candice Gordon’s “Sound of Horns” from her debut EP Before the Sunset Ends, produced by Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan.
A music video for Megu & Patron’s “Pari Pari Pa-ri” directed by Takashi Ohashi.