If The Shmoo turns you on, then this new short might be NSFW – this animated western from Supinfocom took some balls to produce.
Previously on Cartoon Brew
A Kosher hero fights off ninja pigs to save a traditional holiday jelly donut. Happy Hanukkah from Cartoon Brew!
A funny thing happened to Dreamworks’ Rise of The Guardians on its way to box-office oblivion – it’s quietly becoming a hit.
If you are like me and enjoy everything animator Pendleton Ward does, check out this new series of casual mini-webisodes.
A terrific collection of holiday-themed animated gifs created by contemporary animators and illustrators.
Check out this unique piece of animation – a student project projected onto the side of a building.
Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, of “Take Five” fame, died last Wednesday, the day before his 92nd birthday.
Each year we select eight classic cartoon shorts in 35mm Technicolor and project them at the Alex Theatre in Glendale…
The Museum of Modern Art is presenting a retrospective of work by legendary computer animator Lillian Schwartz at 7pm.
A rap song about the Disney short Paperman by Adam WarRock and Vince Vandal.
Mike Carlo is an animator at Titmouse’s N.Y. Studio, and has been working on a bunch of his own short films…
Veteran animator, producer and director Rusty Mills (Animaniacs, Pink Panther, Pinky and the Brain) has passed away.
A minority of CalArts alumni take great offense if you imply that the school’s illustrious Character Animation program has a recognizable sensibility…
Bert and Jennifer Klein’s independent short, produced in off hours by veteran Disney animators, is now available on DVD…
Sometimes you just know cool when you see it – this terrific music video by animators Beaumont and Godin is cool.
He’s not Felix and definitely not Fritz. Franklin is an enterprising cat looking for love…
This video of plane landings by Cy Kuckenbaker has been quite the sensation this week, amassing over 1.7 million views…
Dear Warner Bros. Hire these guys to make your cartoon posters.
Dreamworks’ The Croods will hit U.S. theaters on March 22nd, 2013. Here’s an advance look.
No, not that Rodney King – Nelvana animator RodneyGK wrote,
scored, sung and animated this disturbingly violent music video.