This short film featuring a giant and a boulder is simply marvelous work. House Special, the creative studio behind this, devoted a lot of time to bring this one-minute masterpiece to our screens. The ending will catch you off guard, for sure. It’s a must-watch–tears will flow.
One of the most iconic modern structures of our time becomes the site of a global project as part of the Vivid LIVE music and light festival in Sydney running through June 8. Universal Everything creates a tribute to animation as part of a collaborative effort involving works from 20 different studios around the world.
Rishi Kaneria compiles snippets from our beloved animated movies to demonstrate the genius that makes Pixar movies a smashing hit with the general population. Showcasing the brilliance of the minds behind the animation giant’s success, the 60 second supercut displays the spectrum of the rainbow using cuts from movies such as Toy Story, Up, Brave, and many others.
Art and math collide in stunning fashion, producing dizzying psychedelic GIFs courtesy of Dublin-based digital artist David Whyte. The bouncing, swirling and twisting high resolution treats are created using the Processing programming language, with new ones published almost daily by Whyte, also a PhD student presently studying the physics of foam.
Check out these moving optical illusions and prepare to have your mind blown – and perhaps become a little dizzy too. David Whyte has used his extensive maths and physics knowledge to manipulate the open source programming language, “Processing,” to create dancing geometrical interactions.
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.
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.
Cinematic and pop culture references abound in the new and entertaining inflight safety movie for Virgin Atlantic by Art&Graft.