This is a hand-drawn, extraordinarily detailed, masterpiece by Jake Fried. Jack started as a painter, but his work has shifted into the temporal dimension; these pictures move, and then some. It’s an animated kaleidoscope. Give your eyes a work out and watch this!
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…
Blow away those monday blues with this cute animated music video by the clever folks that brought you MUTE.
One of the best things about running Cartoon Food are the chance discoveries…like when Pedro Eboli mentioned the Russian animator Konstantin Bronzit. His work is stunning, endlessly inventive and shot through with a mordant Russian humour.
We featured it in Pedro’s 10 Questions below, but we think it’s worth a post of its own, so here’s At The Ends Of The Earth by Konstantin Bronzit:
Created by Tanya Kozak, an animator from Ontario Canada, this is the story of Backwards Cat who makes a trip to the vet for a check-up, but does the vet have his best interests in mind?
A bit sombre on a cold Tuesday, this is the fantastic Mountain Ash by Jake Armstrong. Jake is Brooklyn based and part of the intriguing collective, Late Night Work Club http://latenightworkclub.com/
The Late Night Work Club is a rotating collective of indie animators. People grabbing time between jobs, classes and after-hours to work on great non-commercial animation.
Here’s a trailer for their anthology Ghost Stories:
Be sure to check out their website to watch the whole thing.