A hand-drawn short film I made as my graduation project at Vancouver Film School.
Category: *Promote Video
When the case gets deep under your skin …
An oil-painted animation by Josh Shaffner made on a 40″x60″ panel.
A polar bear and an eskimo fight over fish.
Scotland’s smartest pro-Fracking campaigner tells it like it is.
PES makes a submarine sandwich.
Featuring organic, grassfed, local meat from San Francisco butcheries…
Traveling to Nicaragua with his family, a young boy finds the world a weirder, scarier, and more difficult place. And filled, stuffed, and absolutely teeming with iguanas.
A house escapes from its suburban foundations and sets off on an epic journey.
A music video created with 2,000 drawings, a few dozen branches, 2 lights, 1 camera and 1 computer.
Watch ‘One Minute on Earth,’ a short film by John Jones.
Two teddy bears go hunting unicorns, their favorite prey. Unicorns have tender flesh and blueberry-flavored blood which the bears need to stay cute-looking.
A collection of ideas too half-baked to stand alone, amassed towards no pinnacle of expression.
A handmade video that recreates the inner workings of the defunct Paramount Records factory (where records by artists like Blind Lemon Jefferson, Louis Armstrong and Charley Patton were pressed in the 1920s and ’30s). The video is made entirely from paper atop a plywood set.
Our rabid fan does anything and everything to get close to the thunderous Mr. Big!
Maybe I could hold your hand? And together we can understand…
Magical paw prints guide Harry the hedgehog out of suburbia and back into the wild.
In the summer of 2013, composer Gheorghe Costinescu commissioned artist Michel Gagné to create an animated abstract visualization based on his 1973 work, “Dots, Lines, and Patches for recorded electronic sounds”. This film is the result.
Life, one meal at a time.
Using a unique animation technique involving traditional animation cels and his iphone 5s, Marty Cooper (aka Hombre_McSteez) turns everyday life into an odd creature-infested cartoon universe.
A man goes on a quest to find the spirit of a woman to whom he could never say goodbye.
The idyllic market square of two artisan stallholders is invaded by a slick fast-food vendor, set to steal all their customers.
A cat wants to become human.
A ghost possesses a pumpkin for a little Halloween fun.
A common social gaffe—forgetting somebody’s name—is the starting point for a mind-bending romp through the unconscious.
A Rock Giant, literally holds in his hands, the fate of a small coastal town. Can he forgive and forget?