A visual poem depicting the last three years of internal thoughts.
A provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media.
Motion capture data of martial arts performances reinterpreted into abstract forms and expressions.
A short experimental piece around the idea of peace.
Paris might just be one of the most photographed and filmed cities in the world. But you’ve never seen it like this.
A new music video by Japanese animator Takashi Ohashi.
“Wrapped” delves into the clash between civilization and nature.
A photo-based animation project that travels back in time with a little steampunk time machine.
Dog in the land where the good life takes you.
An experimental animation using motion capture data set to Autolux’s song “Change My Head.”
An abstract animation inspired by “The Simpsons.”
As two organisms compete for the one light amid the darkness, their story reveals the volatile nature of power.
Music videos for s8jfou’s “Trouble” and “Violence.”
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.
An experimental animation film which explores the abstractions and imagination of children’s worlds.
A musician created a track first, not knowing what imagery was to go with it. Then, animators turned in GIFs not knowing what would happen.
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.
This a fan-made experiment in which the 1956 Tom & Jerry short “Down Beat Bear” is remade in CGI with anime girls in the roles of Tom, Jerry, and the dancing bear. The characters don’t appear to be random and likely represent some part of fandom of which I’m not aware. Even lacking that context, I still think it’s a fascinating piece of work, not so much for its animation or technical merit as for its resurrection of (and reverence for) classic theatrical animation in a completely unexpected setting.
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