Matt Forsythe lends his talent for creative character design to TV, previously working as lead designer on Adventure Time for two seasons. We take a look at his own illustration work and its¬†gorgeous array of colours.
There’s a serene, dreamy quality to animator and director, Eran Hilleli’s work. Even in the short snippets he creates, he is able to capture a lovely sense of wonder in the movement and the design of his¬†characters.
Carlin Diaz describes himself as always thinking about shapes, be they¬†organic or geometric in their design.
It¬†is a perspective¬†that permeates¬†his work, the¬†landscapes of which¬†are¬†adorned with¬†exceedingly sumptuous forms.
Carlin is a Venezuelan director, animator, illustrator and graphic designer. He is now based in Paris, where he creates his geometrically inspired animated scenes.
For the love of pugs need not be the only reason to check out Mauro Gatti’s work. He has a treasure trove of adorable characters and a playful sense of humour throughout his illustration work.
London-based, Canadian animator and recent MA Animation graduate from Royal College of Art, Nicolas M√©nard just released his wonderful graduation animation online.
We take at look at it and another one of his films as he talks about his work and what influences him.
Amorphous structures seem to rise, bubble, and implode in the imaginative work by Ori Toor. He talks us through the intuitive process he undergoes in formulating his dreamy illustrations and hypnotic animations.
We featured Persistent Peril’s wonderful take on a ‘touchscreen apocalypse’ for the Leisure Society a couple of years ago. Now they’re back with an emotional and beautifully animated video for Diagram’s ‘Phantom Power’.