Dictaphone Parcel

Dictaphone Parcel is an animation based on a sound recorded with a dictaphone travelling secretly inside a parcel. As the hidden recorder travels through the global mail system, from London to Helsinki, it captures the unexpected. We hear a mixture of abstract sounds, various types of transport and even discussions between the mail workers. The animation visualizes this journey by creating an imaginary documentary. By Lauri Warsta

Craig Redman

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A man of many talents, Craig Redman is a New York based illustrator, typographer, pattern artist, installation artist, sculptor, animator, designer, and art director. A list worthy of comparison would be his equally long list of well-known clients, such as, MTV, Louis Vuitton, Nike, Apple, Vogue, Converse, and The New York Times. And this may be overkill, but Craig not only has exhibited in various parts of the world, but he also exhibited at the Louvre, Paris (every artist’s dream!)

While we have many reasons to envy Craig Redman, we can also take solace in the fact that all of his accomplishments are well deserved. Craig’s diverse talents are immediately visible in his vibrant, smart, and secretly optimistic work.

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Petra Zlonoga


Petra Zlonoga is an artist living in Zagreb, Croatia. This is her first hand drawn animated film. Pretty impressive, right? This glorious video reminds me of cartoon shorts I adored as a kind. Good ole’ hand drawn animations. Makes me want to see more! Besides being an animator, she is also a very talented illustrator. You can check out here work on her blog that she updates 3 times a week.

Awesome Video Of The Day: Accumulonimbus

In Andy Kennedy‘s Accumulonimbus, natural and man-made objects on a spin cycle accumulate, disintegrate, and multiply. Created by stop motion animating clay on glass, the film is a meditation on motion and the life cycle of matter… Awesome! Check out the making of post here.

Edwin Rostron’s “Morris and the Other”

I kind of love Edwin Rostron’s animated short, Morris and the Other. It reminds me of a more horrifying version of The Origin of Love, which I may or may not have played on repeat in my dorm room way back when. Anyway, I have no idea how to explain this video but the artist describes it as, “a hypnotic tale of frustration and desire, lovingly drawn in 2B pencil.” Works for me. Also: which one is Morris? I feel like the Other might be the ethereal floating diamond/kite. Maybe.

Another animation by Rostron after the cut.

Animatorio


This is motion design studio Animatorio’s latest animation. It’s an open title sequence for MTV Brazil’s Rockgol. This design team uses 3d, 2d, programming, and stop motion techniques to create their awesome videos. To see more works by them visit their Vimeo!

MUSCLEBEAVER

How Your Money Works from MUSCLEBEAVER on Vimeo.

I had this exact conversation with Mom and Dad the other night over a bottle or four of wine. The alcohol may have played a major role in our enthusiasm, but it got pretty heated when Dad kept insisting capitalism “just works”. What I’m saying is, if you’re not up to the Michael Moore version, this is a much more aesthetically pleasing and humorous explanation of what’s wrong with the world today, courtesy of the MUSCLEBEAVER design team. And it will cost you less than four minutes of your lunch break!

Laurent Clermont

This is Laurent Clermont’s latest animation “Heart”.  A heartwarming tale about a lonely heart looking for love in an urban city. Does he find love? Check it out! And to see more of Laurent’s animations check out this french fella’s Vimeo.