Animation can provide a fascinating window into the past. In the 1950s and 60s, cars became a daily part of life and animation reflected the new automobile culture.
A brilliantly simple and creative New Year’s greeting by Swiss animator Rafael Sommerhalder. I won’t say anything more.
A beautiful visualization of Carl Sagan’s famed monologue, musing on the most distant photograph ever taken of Earth.
A well conceived mix of hilarity and discomfort packaged into one very odd-mannered individual.
Bruno Bozzetto – who has produced a remarkably solid body of work, ripe for rediscovery.
Amsterdam-based animator Nigel Upchurch offered us Chirstmas Warmer, a 21st century interpretation of the Yule Log film.
Animator Aaron Long has just released a new Fester Fish cartoon – a heartwarming Christmas special.
Ok, call off the search. I’ve found this year’s best animated Christmas greeting, and it’s by none other than Cyriak!
The film, which will be animated in a colored pencil style, is “a story of love and sacrifice set in Russia.”
Brace yourself for one of the most creative animation cycles you’ll see this side of the Fleischer brothers.