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’.
We last featured Owen Davey’s work last year when we took a look at the variety of campaigns he had worked on. He’s now back with an exciting project designed to help children engage with their imagination and creativity.
Animator Ross Phillips brings together wit and timing in his wonderful animated snippets. We take a look at some of his visual one liners as well as his gif-based comic strip.
Ana Benaroya puts her sense of humour to good work as well as her knack for mixing eye-catching colours in her tongue-in-cheek, joyful work.
Ana’s drawings and paintings are bold and unashamedly bright, as well as having an endearing charm to them. Her unrestricted use of colour pairs beautifully with her cheeky sense of fun, and work well in her animations too. Check out some of her tv work (the ’80s clip is particularly great) while she tells us more about herself.
If you’ve spent any time watching Nickelodeon or Nick Jr. recently, you may have caught a glimpse of some of the short snippets featuring the illustrations of Andy J. Miller.
If not, it’s lucky for you that we have the joyful¬†and wonderfully silly animations here for you to check out as well as more of his great work.
Marina Esmeraldo’s work is a collage of collected experiences and variety¬†of skills she has picked up along the way from her interesting and eclectic background. As she explains in her video manifesto, ‘The Hybrid’, it is her varied past work and personal life that has helped to shape the visual artist she is today.