Each year, I look forward to the holiday-specific projects that put a unique spin on the classics, like Yule Log 2.014. Now in its second season, this series of short films are created by illustrators, animators, directors, and coders to bring the traditional Yule Log into the digital age. There are a ton of them that […]
Do you have about 11 minutes today? Sure you do! So, use your time wisely and check out Kristen Lepore’s new animated short, Move Mountain. You might remember her work, Bottle, which was widely popular a few years ago. This, like its predecessor, does not disappoint. Delightful yet sophisticated. PS: If you have scardy cats […]
I don’t know about you, but boy, did it snow in Baltimore! Schools and businesses were closed and I didn’t leave my apartment for over 24 hours. Julian Glander’s animated GIF of a sandwich snowboarding down a mountain feels oddly appropriate right now. The snowboarding sandwich GIF isn’t the only sub-related animation that Julian has in […]
These animated GIFs by Tara Dougans are a little crazy, a little weird, but very cool. They combine drawing, animating, and are a nod to fashion illustration. Some are subtle, like the long-necked models delicate tears. Others are dizzying, like the images directly above and below. I’m mesmerized. All images via her website. Follow her on Tumblr, too!
mutual tunnels from Jun Cen on Vimeo.
Hey! If you live in Baltimore, you should mosey on over to MICA’s Studio Center in the Station North neighborhood this Saturday (March 30) between 2 and 4PM. I will be there with my pal Lisa hosting a workshop, Paper Fun for Everyone! Together, Lisa and I form Píccolo, a collaborative illustration project. In January/February […]
Happy Monday, ya’ll! And how about those Ravens, huh? I wanted to extend a huge THANKS to you for your patience over this past week. I had some irritating technical issues to deal with (and am still dealing with), but I am grateful for your readership. So, how about something jubilant for the start of the […]