Posts tagged animation

So good on so many levels. Great production quality! Great way to tell this story.
grahamyvesroberts:

The iPhone Economy | A New York Times video infographic on jobs and the American Economy.
Directed by Xaquín G.V.

So good on so many levels. Great production quality! Great way to tell this story.

grahamyvesroberts:

The iPhone Economy | A New York Times video infographic on jobs and the American Economy.

Directed by Xaquín G.V.

Wow! Talk about creative splendor. This really shows what you can do if you’re creative AND committed.

drewvigal:

12 Drawings a Day - 12 Dessins par Jour (by Denis Chapon)

During 3 years (2008-2011) i have been drawing 12 drawing of animation every day, it make one second of film. I had no plans what so ever before starting the first drawing. And then, each of the folowing days, I took the 3 last drawing from the day before and kept on animating. I use a none erasable pen, and drew on the back side of used A4 paper.

Committed and inspiring. Wow. Just wow.

A great animated explainer about Anonymous (via What Is Anonymous? [VIDEO])

The Ice Book (HD) (by Davy and Kristin McGuire)

The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show, a pop-up book that comes to life as if by magic.

Phillip Bloom has some more info on the piece and some behind the scenes shots on his blog.

The engineering of the book needed massive thought, too. We decided early on to use back projections, but we needed a way to stop the light spill from the projector bleeding into the room. Kristin ingeniously bought a cardboard wardrobe from the internet and cut a “proscenium” hole out of the lid. Each page of the pop up book is also held up by a system of magnets and the book is bound in a very specific way to allow for the projections to shine through.

A Mystery: Why Can’t We Walk Straight? (by NPR)

Try as you might, you can’t walk in a straight line without a visible guide point, like the Sun or a star. You might think you’re walking straight, but as NPR’s Robert Krulwich reports, a map of your route would reveal you are doomed to walk in circles.

Awesome!!