"Kou kou" is a visual work based on an abstract animation synchronized with a song comprising the unique syllabic sounds of the Japanese language, without actually using any full words.
"I don't draw what I see. I draw what I wish to see."
Director: Takashi Ohashi
Composer: Yuri Habuka
Mixing: Masumi Takino
Drums: Kyojun Tanaka (from DCPRG)
Linda's postcard book featuring skylines from her series “The Greatest City on Earth” has been selected for MoMA Design Store’s Destination: NYC Collection. Be on the lookout for the books when they hit the store this Spring!
AniFest 2012 - *Special Mention in the category Student Film*
Animated Dreams Festival 2012 - *Jury's Special Mention*
Monstra Festival 7. - 17. March 2013
Animateka Ljubljana 3. - 12. December 2012
Animpact Animation Festival Max 28. November - 2. December 2012
14th Animation Film Festival Animated Dreams 14. - 18. November 2012
interfilm Berlin - 28th International Short Film Festival ...
Daily ritual, absurd cycle... Every character follows his predecessor... Always... Indefinitely...
Written and directed by Monica Gallab
Sound by Deborah Dourneau
Special Jury Award - Con-Can Movie Festival '09, Japan
Prix Médiatine 2009 - Brussels, Belgium
Best student film - Anifest 2009, Czech Republic
Best animation film in the category THEMES AND RYTHMS- Anima ’09, Argentina
AIAF - ...
Introducing a groundbreaking technique that seamlessly merges computer-generated and hand-drawn animation techniques, first-time director John Kahrs takes the art of animation in a bold new direction with the Oscar®-nominated short, "Paperman." Using a minimalist black-and-white style, the short follows the story of a lonely young man in mid-century New York City, whose destiny takes an ...
Studies in male profiles, from Albrecht Dürer’s Vier Bücher von Menschlicher Proportion (Four Books on Human Proportion) (1528), transformed by what I call PROFILOGRAPHY—a method of tracing and extrusion through sequential profiles. The machine is made from 3D printed shells, mounted to laser-cut aluminum structure, rotating on a motorized spindle. First made in 2008 for ...
November 29, 2012 exhibit at 5:00 – 9:00 p.m RSVP
November 28, 2012 at 1:00 – 5:00 p.m By INVITATION & RSVP Only
In celebration of the grand opening and annual exhibition at Gallery House –“Miles to go Before I Sleep” is an homage to a Robert Frost poem; like the poet the artists’ works ...
A short animated film created for Sincho.tv website.
Direction and animation :
Production manager :
Aude Danset De Carvalho
song name :
Je Regarde - 2012
As a New York native, Jon Contino has been under the influence of corporate mass marketing and inspirational street art since his first breath. Not surprisingly, he has garnered considerable attention for his unique approach to design utilizing hand-drawn lettering and typographic illustration in conjunction with a modern, yet minimalistic sensibility.
He has received numerous accolades ...
Designed and animated by Martin Woutisseth:
blog : finestblackdesign.blogspot.com
mail : contact(at)martinwoutisseth(dot)com
Music bought on Vimeo music store:
"Mexico" by the band "Gringo"
After finished "Tim Burton - a filmography", I was like a marathon man in the need to run again after the finish. I didn't win the contest but I had a lot of great feedbacks from world ...
Made by Studio Shelter
Director : Ha Juan
Animation : Ha Juan / Lee Sunghwan
Rotoscope : Ha Juan / Park Taejoon / Yang Jungwoo / Lee Sunghwan
Kim Young seok / Han Jihea / Yang Minji / Kim Daiho
Cast : Park Taejoon / Jung Hyunjung / Lee Hyein / Lee Jihyun
Park Namyoung / Lee Yoonjeong / Ha Juan ...
The making of "Hero," a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots.
Directed, Filmed, Edited and Drawn by Miguel Endara
Limited Edition prints now available at miguelendara.com/prints/hero
Music by Bonobo - Noctuary
Song written by Simon Green, published by Just Isn't Music
(P) Ninja Tune 2003. Licensed courtesy of Ninja Tune - ninjatune.net
Song Download: bit.ly/rubVeD
Don Oehl’s fascination with fine art began early in life. He grew up in Chicago, and studied dance at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts. Drawn to visual art, he went on to study drawing and painting at the École du Louvre in Paris.
Wanderlust and a desire for fresh creative energy led him to ...
Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama studied at Chubi Central Art School, graduating in 1969. Sorayama is known for the hyper-realistic images of women he creates using brush, pencil, acrylic, and paint. His work has been exhibited internationally in the United States, Italy, Germany, and Japan. The extent to which his work has been published is made ...
Two Arms is Michael Tabie and Karen Goheen, an illustration and design team, best known for their gritty silkscreened rock posters.
With over 6 years of experience in both small and large agencies, their diverse portfolio showcases projects from high-end fragrance packaging, brand development campaigns, independent album design to custom lettering and illustration.
Their specialization includes their ...
Ricardo Martinez Ortega, born: 1956 Santiago, Chile of Spanish immigrant Parents. He moved to Spain (Madrid) with his family in May 1969. Ricardo began his professional career towards the end of the seventies. Soon he was creating illustrations for publications, advertising agencies, and comic books. In 1981 he moved to Miami, where he worked at ...
D Young V aims to show the importance of community support by building relationships through art, and the art community.
D Young V is a pen and ink artist currently working out of San Francisco’s Tenderloin. Influenced by wheat pastes and graffiti, his monochromatic drawings might be mistaken as a stencil from afar. With a closer ...
Bobby Rogers is currently a student at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, attempting to explorate different ideals of photorealism admix with multiple abstractions of design.
Within my illustrations I enjoy finding ways to reinvent the element of motion. I want to make people anxious even when they don’t understand why. When creating an ...
Geoff McFetridge was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1971. He attended the Alberta College of Art and Design, as well as the Graduate Design Program at the California Institute of the Arts. McFetridge is widely known for his reductive graphic style.
He began to show his work in galleries in 1998, with his first exhibition at George's ...
Nate Williams is an illustrator with a love for hand lettering. He values creativity, curiosity, inspiration, play and discovery.
Nate has worked with the charity organization Art With Heart which unites volunteers from the arts to serve children in crisis by empowering them through self-expression and creativity. He has also contributed work to The Truth Anti-Tobacco campaign which ...
Victor has established herself as a major figure in the South African and International art communities and is renowned for her expert printmaking and draughtsmanship. Her prints and drawings are known not only for their technical skill and compulsive linear detail, but also for their sharp political and social commentary and satire. Her works, although ...
My style is characterized by its simplicity, dynamics, attitude and playfulness. I work digitally and with collage. I have a large collection of fabric, paper,watercolor drawings, old photos, and rusty pieces of metal, which I scan and use in my illustrations.
During the creative work process I like to twist and turn on an idea, finding unexpected ...
Jen Mann is a Canadian artist living just outside of Toronto. She attended OCAD U from 2005-2009, receiving her BFA in printmaking.
Since then she has focused on painting and developed a large body of work, which explores the subconscious, and focuses on ideas of freedom, perceived beauty, identity and home. Jen loves to garden, cook ...
I was born in London, England on October 26 1958, the youngest of four and much to my parent's surprise, I was born a dog. This unfortunate turn of events was soon accepted within my family and was never again mentioned in the presence of polite company. I was a rambunctious youth as was natural ...
Jeremiah Maddock is a Brooklyn-based artist whose outstanding work we spotted in Saved Tattoo. His creative process is not pre-determined but thrives on spontaneity and trance-like meditative drawing sessions. Using aged book covers as a template for his intricate drawings, Jeremiah's artwork reveals hypnotic patterns and a color palette that dialogue with the details of ...
William Kentridge is a South African artist best known for his prints, drawings, and animated films. These are constructed by filming a drawing, making erasures and changes, and filming it again. He continues this process meticulously, giving each change to the drawing a quarter of a second to two seconds' screen time. A single drawing will be altered ...
Lives and works in Los Angeles.
When you first view Augustine Kofie’s artwork you immediately are struck with the skill and
intensity of his technique. You can understand his love of process and structure.
With strong interest in architecture, form and shape of typography, 1960’s iconography,
contemporary music and street culture, Augustine constructs a dialogue in his work that ...
Dana Tanamachi is a graphic designer and custom chalk letterer who hails from the Lone Star State, but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
After graduating in 2007 with a BFA in Communication Design from The University of North Texas, Dana moved to New York City to design Broadway show posters at Spotco—a leader in arts and live entertainment ...
Faze is Stavros Kypraios. Graphic designer and illustrator located in Athens, Greece.
Stavros was born and raised in Athens. He studied graphic and multimedia design at the 2nd Technical Institute of Piraeus. He has worked as an inhouse graphic designer in the advertising industry for a couple of years till the dawn of2010 when he started the ...