Last night on Twitter, when no one was looking, animator Tammy Gray Smith announced the soft launch of her upcoming Kickstarter campaign for the Animation Dock, a vintage animation desk for tablets.
In this short animation, Oscar-winning director Chris Landreth (“Ryan”) uses a common social gaffe—forgetting somebody’s name—as the starting point for a mind-bending romp through the unconscious.
“This is me,” say lots of today’s animated characters. But who are they talking to?
Today’s flea market find: awesomely off-model three-dimensional Mr. Magoo stickers, made in Taiwan, 1979.
Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee’s “Frozen” has accomplished the rarest of box office accomplishments: moving back into first place at the American box office after a month-and-a-half of wide release.
An early work by Estonian animation master Priit Pärn.
Yesterday we looked at “Boonie Bears,” a Chinese attempt to emulate Western-style computer animation. But at the risk of overgeneralizing contemporary Chinese animation on the basis of their most derivative and commercial efforts, I wanted to offer another perspective.
There’s a reason that Disney CEO Bob Iger made $34 million last year, and that’s because he knows how to commodify every nook and cranny of the Disney enterprise, including but not limited to the facial hair of the company’s dead founder.
Beginning next Thursday and continuing through January 25, the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles will present the film series “Animation for Adults.”
This is a film for everyone who has ever been on a shit night out.
Elena and Olivia Ceballos are 19-year-old twin sisters from Georgia who work as visual development artists at Big Ideas Entertainment on the “Veggie Tales” franchise.
Take your pick: a tattoo of a classic Golden Age American cartoon character or a popular contemporary anime character.
She has space only for her own dangerous dreams.
Children’s characters inspiring adult lingerie lines? Standards are different in Japan where Disney’s Consumer Products has transformed the dresses of Disney characters like Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, and Rapunzel into bras and panties.
A mind in the city looks inward, and escapes into the rabbit’s domain.
Victor Kerlow is an artist born and raised in New York City who creates comics, animation, and many illustrations for newspapers, magazines and books.
Cartoon Brew remembers the animation community members whom we lost in 2013.
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.