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Cool Stuff: Burning Safari

by Eileen Cruzon October 13, 2009
Burning Safari combines two of my favorite things: robots and monkeys. The short was created in 2006 as the final project by former Gobelins students, Florent de La Taille, Jeanne Irzenski, Vincent Aupetit, Claude-William Trébutien, Maxime Maleo and Aurélien Prédal. The short’s website has some nice background and character designs. It also has a number […]

Cool Stuff: CARDBOARD

by Eileen Cruzon October 13, 2009
Here’s a nifty little stop-motion animation created by Sjors Vervoort as his graduation project. I do so enjoy street art.  (via @hntrgthrr on twitter)

Cool Stuff: Tarboy

by Eileen Cruzon October 11, 2009
Not too sure about the name of the of the main character, but I’m definitely digging the animation. Tarboy was created by James Lee, with music by Hania Lee. Enjoy the pretty thing. (via @compoundj on twitter)

Cool Stuff: Yellow Cake

by Eileen Cruzon October 11, 2009
Yellow Cake is a great in that it disarms the viewer with a false sense of security and then viciously rips it away by effectively mixing some rather adorable creatures with horrific acts of war. The two extremes play very well together in this beautifully put together short. According to an interview on Slow Decade, the idea […]

Cool Stuff: Ryan

by Eileen Cruzon October 11, 2009
In 2004, Chris Landreth created an animated interpretation of an interview he had with Ryan Larkin (1943-2007). The short went on to win numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2005. Larkin, who had been a rising star three decades prior is shown here living out every artist’s worst nightmare, destitute […]

Cool Stuff: The Dog and the Butcher

by Eileen Cruzon October 8, 2009
The Dog and the Butcher was created by Jonathan Holt and done as his senior thesis for the Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida. You’ll find some extra art for this short on his portfolio blog. The plot of the short could have been less predictable. It desperately needs one good gag added […]

Cartoon Intro Cavalcade: "Batman Beyond"

by Eileen Cruzon October 6, 2009
Work with me on this one. We’re all going to pretend that we’re actively working in the animation industry for a moment. It’s sometime in the mid to late 1990’s. We’re in a meeting, discussing the future of the animated Batman property. We’re going to “freshen up” the franchise with a “teen-aged” Batman. Our demographic […]

Lost in Translation: Looking at the Bruce Timm Style from Animation to Action Figure

by Eileen Cruzon October 6, 2009
Do you have action figures based on animated characters in your collection? Have you ever taken the time to really analyze how well or poorly they’ve been translated from one medium to the other? Is your action figure on model? Does the action figure have moving parts? If so, how articulated is it and how […]

Cool Stuff: Sing Sang Sung

by Eileen Cruzon October 5, 2009
It turns out that Air’s music is not quite my thing, but the animation Mathematic did for the song, Sing, Sang, Sung is. This video follows a sometimes bouncing ball through a Yellow Submarine-esque world. AIR MUSIC VIDEO SING SANG SUNG from MATHEMATIC SAS on Vimeo. (via @antertainer on twitter)

Cool Stuff: The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello

by Eileen Cruzon October 2, 2009
This short follows Jasper Morello, a disgraced aerial navigator who flees his plague-ridden home on a desperate voyage to redeem himself. On their journey the scientist on board discovers a cure for the mysterious affliction and Jasper finds himself faced with the terrible prospect of allowing his fellow crew members to become feed for the […]