Heads up to Jason Sondhi of Short of the Week for bringing this captivating short documentary about the waste we produce in the products we make to my attention. I'm not too fond of sharing work that's already being showcased but this project really resonated with me, I think beyond what could be se
Japanese creative Kaori Onishi brings us this charming little animation that she's created titled "When I Was Young" which draws narrative on the nostalgia of childhood experiences. This project really caught my eye as I crawled through the latest videos on Vimeo this morning, with such a crafted fe
Director Tom Broadhurst of Bandit films brings us this delightful documentary style introduction to one quirky character named Nicholas Jones. An Australian Artist/Sculptor by trade who takes old books and turns them into something new and beautiful to look at. Creative minds come in so many differe
Film student Kris Van den Bulck recently produced this interesting project in which he introduces Belgian Cartoonist Jangojim, I thought it was well put together and had some nice elements incorporated so here it is for all of us to view. I'm pretty sure this is the first time we've included this t
I've brought across this lighthearted animation from creative mind Louis Thomas as I think it works as a great mid morning pick me up, especially if you work in the sort of office that the character found within this piece does. The project reminds me of the old slap stick style of humor, especially
I’ve been debating the idea of an animation clashing with the format for a while now, so this short project that Nate Milton has created titled “Mom Sweater” had to really convince me it was worth sharing. As we pull inspiration from so many different genres sometimes you have to c
Wilhelm Staehle bring us these wonderfully witty illustrations which have been vintage inspired in both humor and aesthetic. Recycling old artworks, Wilhelm hand cuts peculiar silhouettes and places them upon these colour rich backdrops that he’s come across on his travels. His work is very to
It seems like an age since I’ve brought across some animation type work, I know in reality it hasn’t been that long, but since Jason Mitcham I haven’t come across a new animator that has really caught my eye – until this morning. Hitch animation is actually a bit of a collabo
English creative Paul X. Johnson brings us this small collection of illustrated works which have been created in his north east home by the sea. Paul seems to be a great recycler of older styles and scenes, all of his projects have a vintage undertone running throughout.
Good traditional animators are hard to come by, so when Jason Mitcham’s work appeared on the browse earlier I got pretty excited. I get really suckered into the charm and overall handmade feel of these animations that when new projects come along I feel I have to share them.
FIELD, a studio in London for digital art and graphic design, got involved in this interesting project with paper manufacturer GF Smith. Basically they’ve made 10,000 unique digital paintings for the latest Print Test brochure where each sleeve features a different view on a hypercomplex sculp
Converted filmmaker Fabian Aguirre brings us this captivating short documentary which introduces Dallas based artist Matthew Kaplinsky. I think we can draw several parallels between filmmaker and subject in this project as both have found themselves in other walks of life before finding their creati