Plants is an educational app that takes you deep into the desert and forest from Tinybop, the awesome creative team who brought us “The Human Body”. Illustrated by Marie Caudry, fascinating features include learning the lifecycles of plants and how the vegetation interacts with the rest of the world.
By using a technique that involves traditional animation cells and his iPhone 5s, Hombre McSteez created a collection of animation shorts that turns everyday situations into a cartoon universe complete with odd, and lovable creatures.
When photographer Romain Laurent needs to take a break from the pressure of his commercial work he does animated portraits which can be found on his Tumblr. They are creative to say the least and definitely good for a laugh. And that’s always good for taking off some pressure.
Jeff Hong hijacks the magical world of Disney by bringing our beloved Disney characters into the scary truths of real life.
The litter of London is presented with micro sized solutions in a trio of short films. The CG team at Rushes, an international VFX team based in London, imagined what might happen to the litter and rubbish when we’re not looking.
In the spirit of Pixar’s WALL-E, director Ciboulot, and his film production team created a short video about a cute and friendly robot called, ReeBoT. ReeBoT goes around the office trying to find some human to play with him and pay him some attention.
Daniel Hashimoto uses his filmmaking talents to put his lovable son James in his very own action movies complete with explosions, light sabers, and lava.
Nostalgia at a wedding reception won’t be limited to the slideshow of the newlywed’s baby pictures if it features this video game wedding cake. Guests will see flashbacks as they see Donkey Kong throw barrels down or as Mario dutifully climbs up the ladder to the next tier of the cake.