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Category Archives: Animation
Judging from his Mass Murderer of Steel review-in-game-format, I guess Kyle Baker didn’t care much for the last part of Man of Steel…
Yesterday’s Champions League duel between FC Barcelona and Bayern Leverkusen was promoted by BarÃ§a Toons with this short clip. Â Which is not only nicely done, it also contains Tintin !
This delightful unofficial titel sequence for the upcoming Adventures of Tintin movies was created by James Curran and includes references to all Tintin books, from Pays des Soviets to L’Alph-Art. Splendid stuff !
Earlier this week a new trailer was released for The Secret Of The Unicorn, the Spielberg-Jackson movie based on two of the best Tintin books around. Even though some of the scenes in the trailer are hopefully not the final … Continue reading
The Oliver East – Elbow connection keeps on growing.Â Richard points us toward this video for the new Elbow single, Open Arms, which is essentially an animated short by Mr. East.Â Brilliant.
At the end of the month, the new Peanuts feature, Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, will be released on DVD.Â And even though Warner Premiere had a normal trailer made to promote the video, they also compiled this … Continue reading
For the German edition of the Gone In 60 Seconds competition (the purpose of which was to recreate a well-known film in only one minute), Austrian illustrator and animator Wolfgang Matzl did a great job in compressing Chrisopher Nolan’s Inception … Continue reading
At yesterday’s Academy Awards ceremony, Australian cartoonist, writer and illustrator, Shaun Tan won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film.Â Â He received the award together with Andrew Ruhemann for The Lost Thing, which was based on his picture book of … Continue reading
Earlier on, Tom Gauld designed some very nice cans for Diet Coke. Now he’s designed the complete look of the new Diet Coke campaign to raise awareness for women’s heart health (organised in partnership with The Heart Truth). This involved … Continue reading
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, John Lustig’s Last Kiss Comics breaks through the comics medium and gets all animated !Â Monday morning romance (of a kind) ensured ! (video Â© Last Kiss Comics)