Simon knows about ducks quite well. They make noise, fly, swim, some even roll. Sometimes, it’s a bit confusing and Simon gets lost.
A new documentary recounts the amazing sequence of events that occurred last spring when visual effects studio Rhythm & Hues declared banruptcy just before winning the Oscar for its work on Ang Lee’s “The Life of Pi.”
Disney’s “Frozen” has gained momentum in the last two months as the lead cotender for the best animated feature Oscar, picking up nearly every possible recognition and endorsement, but DreamWorks’ sleeper hit “The Croods” boasts one endorsement that no one else can claim.
Official video for Candice Gordon’s “Sound of Horns” from her debut EP Before the Sunset Ends, produced by Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan.
Arthur Rankin, Jr., one-half of the iconic animation duo Rankin/Bass, died on January 30th at his Harrington Sound, Bermuda home. He was 89.
Shanti Rittgers is an artist from Connecticut who studied illustration with a concentration in animation at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.
Distributor GKIDS announced this morning that they have acquired North American distribution rights to Cartoon Saloon’s highly anticipated hand-drawn pic “Song of the Sea.”
“Vanity Fair” doesn’t write about animation often, but when they do, it’s memorable. Their new Hollywood issue has an excellent long read by Sam Kashner about the legendary CalArts animation program of the Seventies and Eighties.
RGB” is an unusual animated film that conveys the story through forms, movements and colors. “RGB” tells a modern story that can happen or already happened for many of us.
Nick Iluzada is an illustrator in Brooklyn who collaborates with the art collective Slow Youth and produces zines and comics with Get Lost Press.
In October, Disney Editions will release “Marc Davis: Walt Disney’s Renaissance Man,” a 208-page portfolio of artwork dedicated to Disney Nine Old Man Marc Davis.
It’s an afternoon in Versailles, during the reign of Louis XIV…
Anyone who is remotely interested in the CG artistry behind “The LEGO Movie” should drop everything and head over to fxguide to watch this half-hour behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.
This tattoo sleeve of classic cartoon characters is so impressive that I’m even willing to overlook that the artist used Chuck Jones’ redesign of Tom & Jerry.
As anticipated, Warner Bros.’ The LEGO Movie, directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, destroyed the box office with a $69.1 million opening.
UK-based artist Rebecca Crompton draws scenes in ink, pencils and crayons of smiling animals and people existing in flat, textured planes and highly stylized natural settings.
On March 25, Abrams will release “Adventure Time: A Totally Math Poster Collection,” a collection of 20 removable posters.
Filmmaker and artist Allison Schulnik debuts a new work at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Connecticut this month.
Berlin-based illustrator Till Hafenbrak designs compositions crammed full of characters and scenery rendered in flat, solid shapes.
Visitors to Disneyland Paris will soon have the opportunity to experience life as a rat scuttling along the baseboards of a charming Parisian restaurant, sniffing out crumbs and bits of discarded food.
It’s been almost two years since we first wrote about “Ernest & Celestine” on Cartoon Brew, and the wait is almost over.
Fabien Mense is a visual development artist and comic book author.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner will make Netflix’s first adult animated series.
“Adventure Time” creator Pen Ward will develop a videogame as part of Double Fine’s annual Amnesia Fortnight game jam, and project backers get to vote on which of his ideas will be produced.
A girl journeys through a vibrant, pulsing, macrocosmic landscape, but a precipitous incident compels her to venture up a mountain in an attempt to save herself. A story about illness, perseverance, and our connection to everything around us.