With his Simpsonized series, Belgian illustrator Adrien Noterdaem, aka ADN, turns cult TV and movies into Simpsons characters, from Star Wars to Ghostbusters through to Pulp Fiction, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, The Goonies, Mad Max and many, many more. Very cool indeed – LOVE! 🙂
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Archive For: Animation
Romain Laurent: We love this selection of new animated GIFs from talented French artist and photographer Romain Laurent, who continues to create awesome portraits using the technique of cinemagraph – photographs with a small animated loop. Fantastic work!
31 Horror Days: Check out ‘31 Horror Days!’ – a project created by designers Simon Lagneau and Rogé Rogé who are having fun transforming cult horror movie monsters into awesome animated GIFs including Beetlejuice, Carrie, Freddy Krueger, Dracula, Jason, Chucky, Frankenstein and many others. LOVE it! 🙂
PopCorn Garage: We LOVE that PopCorn Garage have turned some popular movie quotes into awesome neon sign GIFs. They feature well-known quotes from Back to the Future, Star Wars, Fight Club, and more. Too cool!
Aardman Nathan Love: In order to celebrate their new partnership, New York City animation studio Aardman Nathan Love decided to unveil their new logo the only way they knew how – with a clever, offbeat and especially epic animated short film. Check it out below – Awesome work! 🙂
The Jungle Book: Disney has released the first official trailer for their upcoming live action remake of the classic 1967 animated film The Jungle Book based on Rudyard Kipling‘s book of the same name. Scarlett Johansson voices the snake Kaa while the film also stars the voices of Bill Murray as Baloo, Ben Kingsley as Bagheera, and Idris Elba as Shere Khan with Neel Sethi as Mowgli. The Jungle Book will be released in April 2016. Looking forward to this one 🙂
Balls: Inspired by the athleticism and sports-loving nature of Australians, digital artist Mimi Leung started thinking about the huge variety of balls-related games out there, made a list of types of balls and set that list to music. She then took this idea and developed an animated video, hand drawn, frame by frame, for the song which focuses on speed, fluidity and…well…balls! This is awesome, enjoy! 🙂
Elliot Schultz: We love the work of artist Elliot Schultz who created a mesmerising series of embroidered zoetropes as his graduating project from Australian National University, animating the embroidered designs by placing them on turntables with strobe lights synced to the rotation of the discs. Fantastic stuff! 🙂