London-based animator Richard Swarbrick created a unique animation celebrating the best moments in NBA Finals history through art and music. He painted great plays from Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Tim Duncan, Julius Erving, LeBron James, and many others, immortalizing them as art, set against Mint Julep’s triumphant “Save Your Season.” To see more of Richard’s work, visit his firm’s website.
Let’s wind back the clock to 2011; Nike dazzled and frazzled the sneaker world with the limited edition Air Mag and set off worldwide bidding wars. Thinking Back To The Future, student Magnus Atom brings his own personal admiration for the illustrious auto-tying sneaks with this short animated film entitled ‘Black Mags’. Just think only 2 years, 3 months and 18 days left. Happy viewing.
Disney is back with an advanced animation technique that merges the worlds of computer-generated images with those that are hand-drawn. The short film is directed by John Kahrs and features a lonely young man in mid-century New York City who has a chance meeting with a beautiful woman on his morning commute. She quickly disappears but he is given a second chance during his dreary workday.
Take a look at the video above for a glimpse of what the future of animation might very well be.
The pair made a strenuous music video for a Japanese singer-songwriter.
Who Knew Going To The Shop Could Be This Exciting?
All he wanted to do was go to the shop to buy some milk. Who would of thought that could lead to an incredible, adventurous and dangerous journey through a city.
“The Butterfly Effect” directed by Dan Sumich.
Graduate, Find A Job, Work Late, Feel Alone
Produced for Jet magazine’s “十年一刻” exhibition at Harbour City, TST, Hong Kong. “Decade” is an animation short that encourages us to look and think about how individuals have succumb to live over the last 10 years or so.
Reebok have shone some much-needed light on their premiere NBA star, Washington’s John Wall. Through this animated film, John Wall’s story is explored from his early days as an unknown high school baller in North Carolina, through to becoming the number one recruit in the country. With input from his mother, friends, and former coaches, this animation from James Blagden and Reebok is definitely worth a watch.
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Sweet animation by @Shingo2 and Kodai Tanaka. You can read up on the project and its entire team of talented contributors over at POF website.
Next Media Animation does it again with the beef between Ludacris, Drake, and Big Sean.
Awww man! I feel like I’m 12 years old all over again. New Show & Andre the Giant? Yes, please! Off the upcoming LP, Suspended Animation. Big shout out to my man my mellow Chris from Al Lindstrom on the heads up!