Year after year Ringling College’s Computer Animation Department produce students whose quality of work stands comparison with experienced industry professionals. This graduate film from their class of 2013 is no exception.
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.
Is the day getting to you? People stressing you out? Does everything feel too rushed? Forget transcendental mediation just watch this sublime animation by Oliver Sin and let your cares wash away….and relax…
Happy weird weekend! So we’ve thrown our line out into the great ocean of animation and hooked ourselves this deliriously surreal gem from Chinese animator Lei Lei.
December is almost over and with it Cartoon Food’s first year. We’re looking forward to an exciting 2014. In the meantime, here is our last Christmas themed animation. Bruton Stroude Studios have produced this holiday themed message of love that will warm even the most wooden hearts.
We’re turning the cuteness dial up to 11, so get ready for the adorable U900 playing us out with Sleigh Bells…Ho ho ho!
I know it’s our yule-week, but to not share this brick animation of Michael Jackson dancing, well, it would just be criminal. Each lego piece was lovely animated by Annette Jung of Talking Animals. Ow!