This advert is the nuts. It puts its balls on the line and tells it like it is. At Cartoon Food we think it’s the dogs proverbials…[ok, enough. Ed]
In this spot, Studio AKA use the power of humour to send an important message: young men need to regularly check their testicles, balls, gonads [stop sniggering in the back] to beat testicular cancer.
A bit of an animation/editing masterclass for you! Every Frame A Painting is a brilliant series of video essays by the editor Tony Zhou. They are all worth checking out, but as we have a declared animation perspective – we wanted to show his illuminating film on the late animator and film maker Satoshi Kon.
In September, Nickelodeon announced the 8 finalists of their Global animated shorts program. Two episodes that really stood out for me where Moosebox and Monster Pack.
Moosebox is 2 minutes of 8-bit animated insanity. This is animation that is proud to be different. It doesn’t look like any other animation being developed or created by a mainstream broadcaster – so plaudits to Nickelodeon all round.
The producers of Monster Pack have an equal measure of creative cajones. Monster Pack unleashes a box of cartoon crazy. I loved it. Fans of Cartoon Food will recognise Pedro from some of our previous posts.
Sorry for the hiatus, *normal* service will resume shortly. In the meanwhile here is an atmospheric slice of Science Fiction from animation wizards Blue-Zoo. Awesome sound-design from Box of Toys.
In this great little short from Alfred Imageworks in Korea, Johnny Express has an unusual package to deliver to a strange planet, if he could only find the address…
Are you a fan of Breaking Bad, Street Fighter and kick ass animation? Don’t you wish you could combine them all in one great spot? Well, you’re in luck! Check this out.
Blow away those monday blues with this cute animated music video by the clever folks that brought you MUTE.
At Cartoon Food TV, we’re still feeling the after-glow of Valetine’s Day, so what better way to keep that loving feeling going than this super sweet animation.
A charming work of imagination: ‘unimagined friends’