Nominated for an Academy Award, Minkyu Lee has now post his remarkable short online.
Former New York City mayor Ed Koch will live forever through several animated appearances.
Cattle Call (2008) offers a fascinating glimpse into a world that is completely foreign to me.
Journeyman animator Shako (aka Shibabrata Chakraborty) created this beautifully creepy short.
A Gum Boy by Masaki Okuda is a 2010 student film produced at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Directed by John Kahrs – and talked about frequently here on the Brew – Disney has just posted the complete film online.
The latest short from UK’s Trunk Animation director Rok Predin is a haunting little art film starring some nasty cat-demons and a rather cute car.
Animated fun with the RGB Additive Color Model!
The mysterious journey of one man creating something bigger and better than himself.
The only way to see the Oscar nominated short films before the Academy Awards ceremony in February.
Pac-Man brought up-to-date in this clever reinvention.
It’s awards season and we’ve got one of our own to hand out on Cartoon Brew: our 2012 Student Animation Festival Audience Award.
A cautionary tale the pitfalls of wearing short pants in the wrong situations.
Here’s a bit of irony: this piece of animation went viral primarily because people didn’t realize it was animated.
I was quite impressed with Jake Fried’s animation when I first saw it last year, and I’m just as impressed with his latest piece.
The career of director George Dunning will always be summed up with two words: Yellow Submarine.
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.