Here is a series of animated paintings by the American artist Drew Tyndell. Inspired by his paintings on wood, these abstract and colorful illustrations animations transform and evolve in endless loops. Discover in GIFs below.
Here is a short animated film made by the studio Identity Visuals and featuring the journey of a space shuttle. The main idea is to tell a story of adventure and space’s exploration visually inspired by 2D side-scrollers. SOLUS is a short story about loneliness, life and sacrifice. To discover.
Here is a series of animated photographs made by Julien Douvier. All come from an observation, the routine. The same route everyday. Wake up at the same time, through the same streets, walk on the same sidewalk. The artist wanted to find a visual way to represent this phenomeon. To discover.
Here is a set of animated icons created for “What’s Next?” Conference of Creative Industries 2014 held in Vilnius, Lithuania. Made by Mindaugas Dudėnas, Jonė Miškinytė and Domas Mikšys, each icon is dedicated to different discipline, including : Design, Fashion, Photography, Architecture, Illustrations, Motions Graphics, Advertising, Education, Business and Technologies. To discover.
For “Into the Woods” movie release and in the occasion of Christmas, a musical drama featuring actors in the skin of famous fairy tales characters, Walt Disney studios have made an animated posters series showing the universe, the characters and the costumes designed by Colleen Atwood. To discover in the following.
British retailer John Lewis, known for its beautiful Christmas spots each year, has released its new ad “Monty The Penguin” directed by Dougal Wilson. We can see the friendship between a little boy and a pet-penguin who gets a bit melancholic when he sees couples in the street. The kid decided to offer him a partner and a lot of love under the christmas tree.
Here is a series of animated GIFs made by the French graphic designer Guillaume Kurkdjian. In this second series of “Bisous les copains”, the artist develops, with a colorful and captivating graphic style, funny living scenes in different architectural places. To discover in images.
Now Japan 2014 Festival in Lithuania has commissioned illustrator Karolis Strautniekas (whose we already have talked about) for a promotional spot of the event. For the animation, the client wanted minimal and attractive illustrations which work like cliches of the Japanese culture. A production Wowbüro, to discover.
Who hasn’t, at least once in his life, bring back, from the city’s flagship vacation, an iconic souvenir to stick on the fridge ? “Impossible magnets” is a series of animated GIFs that refers to imaginary cities from mythical works. From Hill Valley to Gotham City through Jurassic Park, no fan will be left behind.