Aptly named the cutting room floor, this week’s video was made with “unused scraps and experiments from previous projects”. Only the creative mind of an artist like Michael Arnold could utilise unwanted art materials to create even more art! Follow us on Youtube and support the art community globally!
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Central park? Nope, next stop: electric spark! You’re invited to this crazy party down in New York full of bright lights, bold colours and DJs spinning on their.. chests. Check out this quirky animation by animator Mengxin Li!
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This week, we feature an awesome animation from the talented Thinh Ngyuen. Dancing shapes and great colour composition? We could watch this all day! He says, “My work is colorful, but I only wear clothes in black, and blue. I’m funny, although I have a bad sense of humour..” Turn up the bass and enjoy. Thank us later.
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Beth animates the story of a woman who spends her precious time making a nice meal for her man. Only for him to finish it in a few bites (and a burp)! Can you relate? Share it with someone who you think should watch this! Now, where can we get some of that lovely pink butter..
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In this beautifully animated short by Daniel Stankler, follow the final journey of an Irish Giant living in 18th century London. Little did he know, his plans to avoid becoming a medical specimen was a tall order. His remains still reside in the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
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Want to be rad and be better than everyone else? Follow the steps in the animation by talented animator Adam Black! Adam is a 22 year old animator from Cape Town who thinks carbs plays a big role in the work he makes.
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New technology, new ways of experiencing art. Paintings come alive as Daniel Labrosse experiments with augmented reality in his recent solo exhibition ‘Artificial Hearts’ during the Budapest Design Week!
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