Rynda is an artist-turned-executive who most recently served as director of creative leadership and development for original animation at Netflix.
Though the company remains committed to animation in a big way, numerous high-profile projects will not move forward.
Phil Rynda had a successful career as an artist before switching to the executive side. We spoke with him about how and why he did it.
A high-powered assemblage of industry leaders, vfx supervisors, art directors, creative directors, storytellers, and musicians will gather in Italy next month for the VIEW Conference.
Now that Cartoon Network has announced the end of “Adventure Time,” the show’s artists reflect on the impact it had on their lives and careers.
On March 25, Abrams will release “Adventure Time: A Totally Math Poster Collection,” a collection of 20 removable posters.
Artwork by Phil Rynda (left) and Fran Krause Two people doesn’t exactly qualify as a trend, but it’s worth acknowledging that …
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Cartoon Network’s pilot for a new PLASTIC MAN series has found its way to MySpace Videos and YouTube. The show wasn’t picked up so this …