Facebook’s two-year-old vr content production arm is no longer.
A stop-motion cutout animated film about the world we live in.
The adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel had some out-there god imagery that was so crazy it needed a custom-made camera rig to make it possible.
Watkiss contributed visual development to Disney films like “Tarzan, Treasure Planet,” and “The Emperor’s New Groove.”
A found voice memo animation.
Poor Garfield. In his heyday, he was amongst the most beloved characters on the funny pages, his plush likenesses fastened to car windows and his sarcastic barbs adorning office walls around the globe. Then, somewhere along the line, he underwent a pop-cultural re-evaluation. Jim Davis’ strip is now something of a pariah: just look at how “The Simpsons” paired it with “Love Is” as the kind of strip that Milhouse reads. What a comedown for a character once hip enough to be quoted in “Two Tribes” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. But yet, the orange cat has been saved from cultural oblivion by a peculiar trend: the remixed “Garfield” strip.