Auto Nom offers an upbeat alternative on unexpected consequences of autonomous mobility. It is the latest work by German creative agency f°am Studio, and part of a series of character animation narratives based on the personality of Autonomous Rolf (watch Full Interview).
The graphic illustrations of Jack Hughes are refreshing and unique amidst many of the artists struggling to imitate fashion’s greatest illustrators. In his use of two tone color and realistic rendering, Hughes creates bold and elegant characters with a hint of nostalgia.
The Brazilian duo of photographer Laila Varaschin and designer Nei Valente (currently based in NYC) got together to create this very cool 1.30min stop motion video showing offensive gestures around the world.
ShiShi Yamazaki created a beautifully animated clip for Japanese singer YUKI. Featuring a female figure, morphing and transforming into abstract shapes, the pink video
About 4 years ago we featured the witty ad campaign from Barney’s New York in collaboration with Disney.
“Preposterous – a short about absurdity” is an animation where things don’t go as expected. Created by Florent Porta, the film navigates simple objects that defy all logic, neatly presented in colourful settings.
‘Physlab’ is a series of illustrated animations that explore the law of physics. Created by visual artists and architects Anny Wang and Tim Söderström, the ongoing project is mesmerizing to watch.