Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Black Tape

‘Black tape’ explores the theme of domination.

In an entangled tango, the victim and victimiser dance, occupying the frame & the space between brushstrokes. This film is based on news and documentary footage, exploring the implications of life under occupation.

A film by Michelle & Uri Kranot.

Nieta: A Film by Nicolás P. Villarreal

An incoming storm helps to transform a young girl’s perspective of the world.

Written & Directed by Nicolás P. Villarreal.

Tales From The Shadow Of The Moon

Eclipse chasers tell us what it’s like to witness a total solar eclipse.

The August 21, 2017, total solar eclipse in the US will likely be the most-viewed totality in history and the first for a whole generation of Americans. But there is a small community of enthusiasts who have already seen 5, 12, even 30 total eclipses before. That’s because after their first eclipse, they were hooked, and now spend all of their vacation time and spare money chasing total solar eclipses around the world, with the solar system as their travel guide. We interviewed 9 of these eclipse veterans to find out what totality is like, what we should expect, and whether they have advice for first-timers.

Video by Joss Fong • Additional Interview: Brian Resnick.

Additional Animation: Hannah Jacobs & Sophie Koko Gate.


An experimental short animation, exploring today’s political / economical state.

Animation & design: Rishab Soni • Music: Desiderii Marginis.

From Anxiety To The Pure Silence

Created by Illko Tkachenko.

Symmetry: Behind The Laws Of Nature

Symmetry underlines our whole understanding of the universe. And the deeper we look, the more symmetries we find, reflecting our world in new and beautiful ways.

Symmetry is vital to understanding and predicting how our universe works. The relationship between symmetry and the mechanics of the universe is fundamental to physics. From Noether’s theorem to the new and exciting world of local symmetries being revealed by modern day physics, Tara Shears explores the physics of symmetry.

This animation was directed & animated by Rosanna Wan.

Colorscope: Purple

“What purple can tell us about life on other planets.”

Colorscope is a series on CNN that explores our perception of color and its use across cultures, one shade at a time.

Inspired by our love for The Purple One we chose the last color on the spectrum, a marriage of opposites, a mixture between the hottest color and the coldest.

Directed by Buck • Written & narrated by Dr. James Fox.

More Covers by Henning M. Lederer

More Covers – A series of 36 animated vintage book graphics.

How would these great book covers from the past look like when set in motion?

A second part of the popular first run from 2015.

Animation: Henning M. Lederer • Music: Jörg Stierle.

A Month Of Motion

In June 2017, as part of a bigger personal project of creating something every day, Gregory Darroll set out to illustrate and animate a short looped clip each day for an entire month.



Created by Matthew Lyons.

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