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A Relaxing Animation Bursts Into Color as it Morphs Through Abstract Line Drawings

Watching the animation Idle, Torrent by Alex Moy is like watching the most relaxing screen saver ever produced, or perhaps an old school music visualizer that slowly morphs between trippy patterns and colors. […] Source: A Relaxing Animation Bursts Into … Continue reading

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Made in France – ESMA 2017

Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé ce que deviennent vos chaussettes disparues? Made in France vous le révèle. Have you ever wondered what happened to your lost socks? Made in France reveal it to you. Réalisateurs / Directors : Lamia Akhabbar, Robin … Continue reading

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Kitbull | Pixar SparkShorts

Disney•Pixar Published on 18 Feb 2019 Kitbull, directed by Rosana Sullivan and produced by Kathryn Hendrickson, reveals an unlikely connection that sparks between two creatures: a fiercely independent stray kitten and a pit bull. Together, they experience friendship for the … Continue reading

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Dozens of Expressive Puppets Encourage Kindness and Acceptance in a Series of Sing-A-Long Short Films

Irish director and animator Johnny Kelly (previously) is known for his puppet-based films, most notably his 2011 piece for Chipotle titled Back to the Start. His most recent project, Right on Tracks, is a series of short sing-a-long videos for Cheerios. … Continue reading

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Engram : Data Sculpture for Melting Memories

Engram : Data Sculpture, 3+1 AP 6M x 5M, 3MM LED Media Wall, Custom Software From February 7 through March 17, 2018, Pilevneli Gallery presented Refik Anadol’s latest project on the materiality of remembering. Melting Memories offered new insights into … Continue reading

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A Love to the Moon and Back

All his life, Gene Shoemaker dreamed of stepping foot on the moon. A geologist known for his work with craters, Gene was set to be one of the first astronauts aboard Apollo 11. But, a failed medical test cut his … Continue reading

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Dance, Dance Evolution

Dance seems to be the ultimate frivolity. How did it become a human necessity? Directed and Animated by Rosanna Wan and Andrew Khosravani. Produced by Kellen Quinn.[…]

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Cédric Villani on the 7 Ingredients of Creativity

What does it take to come up with a new idea? In this beautifully illustrated RSA Short, award-winning mathematician Cédric Villani reveals the seven key ingredients that come together to create breakthrough moments in human knowledge and innovation. Watch the … Continue reading

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Wide-Mouthed Heads Consume and Absorb a Range of Mutable Forms in the Short Film “Distortion” – Colossal

Swedish animator and sculptor Alexander Unger (previously here and here) creates stop motion animations and tutorials on his Youtube channel titled Guldies. His most recent claymation, Distortion, follows the transformation of eight dice-sized blue cubes into a series of limbs, puddles, and wide-mouthed heads that consume and … Continue reading

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No Blue Without Yellow

The film opens luring closer and closer to discover the possibility of stepping inside a fantastical sphere. The observer is slowly drifting into Van Gogh’s world, carried by the rhythm of a waltz. Van Gogh’s memories are sculpted within his … Continue reading

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