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The Art and Flair of Mary Blair.

The Art and Flair of Mary Blair.
posted by dgbellak on Oct 21, 2007 - 16 comments

A Little Halloween Treat

Vincent (youtube) [more inside]
posted by HuronBob on Oct 21, 2007 - 17 comments

we know a place where no cars go

"Not much chance for survival, if the Neon Bible is right." Presented by Arcade Fire which is a band that hails out of Montreal. Okay. So I'm easily entertained, but you will believe a turkey can roast marshmallows. Requires flash.
posted by ZachsMind on Oct 15, 2007 - 45 comments

Josie's Lalaland - short CG/animation film

Josie's Lalaland (embedded QT) is a delicate and ethereal short CG/animation film by Yibi Hu. It is his response to a couple of real world events. [more inside]
posted by peacay on Oct 10, 2007 - 13 comments

Surprisingly, Space Jam isn't listed

The 10 best animated movies for (traumatizing) kids.
posted by mr_crash_davis on Sep 30, 2007 - 125 comments

Donald Fauntelroy Duck

The Donald Duck animated short film anthology. Donald Duck's family tree. More Donald Duck family trees. Donald, Donald, Donald. Quack, Quack, Quack.
posted by Effigy2000 on Sep 28, 2007 - 30 comments

Shooting Range

Out of work? The Shooting Range is hiring. No, not the Firing Range. The Shooting Range.
posted by TrialByMedia on Sep 27, 2007 - 4 comments

Once Upon a Time, There Were Some People Called the Rushers of Din...

Animated via a cut-out stop-motion process creator/director John Korty dubbed lumage, the lewd and luminous Twice Upon a Time ran for two weeks in a single Westwood, CA theatre in August, 1983. Airing 12 times on HBO in 1984, the film wasn't seen again until a director-approved, bowdlerized VHS version was released in 1991.
Ward Jenkins discusses the film with writer Taylor Jenson, who commemorated TUaT's 20th anniversary in 2004, and presents a series of shorts Korty produced for Sesame Street in the 1970s.
posted by Alvy Ampersand on Sep 21, 2007 - 16 comments

Blu Evolutions

Fantoche is another real-world cel animation from the creator of Walking, blu. [blog, work]
His other (more traditional) animations are likewise imaginatively evolutionary.
posted by carsonb on Sep 21, 2007 - 21 comments

The dream is over

"God is a concept by which we measure our pain. I'll say it again: God is a concept by which we measure our pain" - A production reel by animation house Amoeba Proteus. Another of their productions: The site for The Fountain. Song by Lennon. (Via)
posted by growabrain on Sep 19, 2007 - 21 comments

Midnight at Mabel Mercer's and a glass of Guiness

Unfortunately there is not much on the web about the greatest cabaret singer who ever lived, the wonderful Mabel Mercer. So I am adding this new animated Guinness commercial made for the Rugby World Cup to pad out this post. [more inside]
posted by vronsky on Sep 15, 2007 - 6 comments

The Moving Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend

In 1921 comic strip artist Windsor McCay lay claim to the illustrious title Inventor of Animated Drawing on the title cards of his hand-drawn moving versions of Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend. Here are three of the delightful and funny animations:
The Pet
The Flying House
Bug Vaudeville
[more inside]
posted by carsonb on Sep 10, 2007 - 20 comments

Michael Dudok de Wit

Michael Dudok de Wit : Animator [more inside]
posted by kudzu on Sep 10, 2007 - 8 comments

Death Takes A Holiday. Sort Of.

How To Cope With Death. Fun, short, animated film. If only we could do this with the tax collector.
posted by bwg on Sep 9, 2007 - 18 comments

3D: Dali and Disney = Destino

Salvador Dali and Walt Disney collaborated in 1946 on the short animation Destino. Disney had concerns about some of the graphics and it was never released. Lost for 56 years, it was restored in 2003 and has not yet been released for wholesale distribution. Tommorrow is your last chance to see it at the Dali and Film exhibit at the Tate Gallery. Previously.
posted by Xurando on Sep 8, 2007 - 26 comments

The Art of War

Friday Fun Time: Fight sequences are always fun to watch, but even more fun, I've learned, when they're animated. There are some great fights with some great characters like stick figures, monks and even fuzz-ball heads. Even the classic animator vs animation fights are pretty good (volume 1,2).

Look Ma! No YouTube links (thanks to aniBoom and MyTunes)
posted by FeldBum on Sep 7, 2007 - 7 comments

Sugar and spice and nothing nice

"A paper around her neck said she was Ida, but Ida said nothing at all." So tells the story of the saddest, unluckiest girl that ever lived. [more inside]
posted by ZachsMind on Sep 6, 2007 - 17 comments

Bugs Bunny! No!

When motion capture goes hideously wrong.
posted by Astro Zombie on Sep 5, 2007 - 55 comments

TRANSIT - an art deco murder mystery

T.R.A.N.S.I.T. is, by a wide margin, my favorite animated short ever produced. Set in the art deco Europe of the 1920's and (and released in 1997) it tells the story of a journey throughout several major vacation destinations of a wealthy tycoon, his young wife with wandering eyes, and a murderous turn of events. The story is told in reverse, from the final stage of the "vacation" back through each prior stop, and the artwork for each segment is painted in the style of the luggage travel sticker for that stop.
posted by jonson on Sep 2, 2007 - 14 comments

Kamler et Parmegiani -- concrete et ephemere

Une Mission Ephemere
Animated by Piotr Kamler, featuring music by Bernard Parmegiani.
posted by carsonb on Sep 2, 2007 - 5 comments

Life imitates propaganda

Recently deceased Leona Helmsley left $12 Million to her dog, as predicted by Soviet propagandists in 1963. Other predictions have been less than accurate.
posted by TrialByMedia on Aug 30, 2007 - 35 comments

Space Wolf.

Space Wolf!
posted by Second Account For Making Jokey Comments on Aug 28, 2007 - 28 comments

Scary Mouth Hemorrhage Clown

Lo-fi ultraviolent cartoons are the new hotness, and Grey Girling, aka BarfQuestion, brings the heat. Or, at least, inconstant toasters.
posted by Slap*Happy on Aug 28, 2007 - 11 comments

The Happiest Gay Couple In All The World

Meet Rick and Steve : The Happiest Gay Couple In All The World. The animated series follows a gay couple, Rick and Steve, and other couples from their (fictional) town, West Lahunga Beach. Rick (voiced by Will Matthews from MTV's "Punk'd") is Steve's stay-at-home partner. He is a genius but very insecure. Steve (voiced by Peter Paige, best known as Emmet Honeycutt from "Queer As Folk") is a real estate broker and devotee of the gym. Margaret Cho lends her voice to the character Condie Ling. The computer generated animated series began airing on Logo on July 10, 2007, and is based on the 1999 short films of the same name from creator Quenton Allan Brocka. Let the comedic stereotyping begin! In animation form, anyway. (Episodes 1-5 available in three parts each from the first link.) Not quite safe for work. Or the easily offended.
posted by gummi on Aug 25, 2007 - 27 comments

And how 'bout that part where that little critter eats the boom box?

Minilogue / Hitchhiker's Choice. A curiously engaging 4 minutes and 13 seconds of whiteboard animation. The visual ideas are all over the place, and they move really fast, so don't blink or you'll miss entire subplots.
posted by flapjax at midnite on Aug 21, 2007 - 17 comments

Another kind of music video

"Another Kind Of Love" by The Stranglers' Hugh Cornwell - a music video directed and animated by Jan Svankmajer. (via)
posted by progosk on Aug 21, 2007 - 5 comments

The poster responsible has been sacked

Storytime is a 1968 animated short film which marks the directorial debut of Terry Gilliam. It is not to be confused with Storytime, a famous sketch from Monty Python's Flying Circus (aka Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus) — the British TV show for which Gilliam created surreal animations that segued between sketches (or not). In 1974, he followed that up with another animated short film called The Miracle of Flight. The next year, he set off in a different direction, leading Monty Python's quest for The Holy Grail [LEGO]. That path eventually led to Brazil, which brings us to where we are today.
posted by Poolio on Aug 19, 2007 - 17 comments

aliens. robots. space. war.

space war - a little animated clip by Christy Karacas.
posted by madamjujujive on Aug 18, 2007 - 26 comments

dry wit in action

The New Yorker now has animated cartoons. Animating by Ring Tales.
posted by nickyskye on Aug 17, 2007 - 31 comments

Zombies, Pirates, Buffalo, Ninjas

The Fuzzwich mini-vid widgit lets you build easy little animations.
posted by carsonb on Aug 12, 2007 - 26 comments

Animation Treasures

The author of this site takes screen-shots from long-pan scenes of classic animation and puts them together to re-create the original larger background images. Much cooler than it sounds, honest. [via MeFi's own kokogiak, sort of]
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken on Aug 10, 2007 - 47 comments

Animation for Short Attention Spans

The NickToons Animation Festival (Flash, noise) is back for its fourth year. A new short is shown each night at 10PM (schedule PDF). Most of this year's contestants: Icarus, Sonadora, Bare (no video), Striped, Hominid, Kiwi! (previously), Carried Away, Jose y Maria, Angst, A Peach for the Teach (storyreel only), Freewheel, Mortimer Pigmun and His Time Travelling Chums, Barfy the Pig in a Day in the Park, Process Enacted, Puppet, After Oz, The Little Dictator, and Insomnia.
posted by rollbiz on Aug 7, 2007 - 3 comments

A modest effort

The band Modest Mouse recently held a video contest for their song "Missed the Boat." The winner featured a walking robot. Passed over was an astounding piece of work using 4133 photocopies as animation cells.
posted by salishsea on Aug 5, 2007 - 65 comments

Animated shorts and trailers potpourri

Animated shorts and trailers potpourri: Alexei Petrov's shiny 3D Cags, Aleksandr Petrov's jaw-dropping paint-on-glass Моя Любовь (more), Maximov's Wind Along The Coast, Bakhurin's The White, The Black, Géza Toth's Maestro, Blur's A Gentleman's Duel, Alireza Darvish's What If Spring Does Not Come?, Giersz's classic Koń, Dumala's Sciany, a little Sports et Divertissements (to music of Erik Satie), and a nod to Daniil Kharms (previously) in Herzen and Tolstoy.
posted by Wolfdog on Aug 3, 2007 - 13 comments

hang low

Hamsapham
posted by vronsky on Jul 31, 2007 - 22 comments

Noooooooooo!!!!

Crush the Screamin' Beans!
posted by Robot Johnny on Jul 31, 2007 - 15 comments

But offstage, a vicious love triangle and Jughead's eating disorder threatened to tear the band apart...

Hailing from wholesome Riverdale, USA, The Archies were a fresh-faced gang of teens who rocketed to the top of the pops. Listen to their first album on ArchieComics.com now! [Via Comics Should Be Good!]
posted by Alvy Ampersand on Jul 25, 2007 - 28 comments

Don't go in the basement!

Sally Cruikshank intends to put all of her animations on YouTube, including her opening credits for Ruthless People, the Seseame Street Feets too Big short, and don't miss the Oingo Boingo assist on Face Like A Frog. She's very active in the comments section of some of her videos, too, answering questions and participating in the discussion of her work.
posted by Slap*Happy on Jul 23, 2007 - 23 comments

Robbery,......... Style

Robbery American Style. Robbery French Style. Robbery Italian Style. Classic Soviet animation from Soyuzmultfilm.
posted by TrialByMedia on Jul 14, 2007 - 26 comments

Walking - Cel Animation In The Real World

Walking is a crazy animation of a character walking around the walls of an art gallery, where each frame of the animation was painted on the walls & then wiped clean for the next frame. Via.
posted by jonson on Jul 6, 2007 - 30 comments

Forget the Film, Watch the Titles

Forget the film, watch the titles is a collection of high quality streaming video versions of graphically well-designed title sequences from a number of movies, both famous & less well known, with the only prerequisite being amazing design. My favorite from the collection is this one, which is very similar to my favorite title sequence ever. For rabid Title Sequence enthusiasts with 20 minutes to spare, these YouTube clips contained edits of the top 25 best title sequences ever, (as chosen by the guy who put the clips together).
posted by jonson on Jun 24, 2007 - 47 comments

Bumbo

[Video] Ready-Set-Bumbo. Ready-Set-Bumbo II. "No babies or dogs were hurt in the making of this film."
posted by starman on Jun 22, 2007 - 14 comments

Zibigniew Rybczinski's "Tango"

“Thirty-six characters from different stages of life - representations of different times - interact in one room, moving in loops, observed by a static camera. I had to draw and paint about 16.000 cell-mattes, and make several hundred thousand exposures on an optical printer. It took a full seven months, sixteen hours per day, to make the piece”[ source]: Zbig Rybczynski on the making of his award winning (and much imitated) animation "Tango "(YT, mildly NSFW).
posted by rongorongo on Jun 19, 2007 - 27 comments

Icon War!

Icon War!! [flash site] via
posted by psmealey on Jun 17, 2007 - 14 comments

Count on it.

1, 2, 3,4, 5,6,7, 8, 9,10, 11,12! Classic Sesame Street taught us Counting and other important stuff.
posted by louche mustachio on Jun 15, 2007 - 50 comments

I'm f*cking Tintin, I am.

Yeah, you better walk away before you get a couple of fucking slaps! You know who I am? I'm fucking Tintin, mate, alright?
posted by slimepuppy on Jun 13, 2007 - 31 comments

Koichiro Tsujikawa : self-taught surrealist filmmaker.

Koichiro Tsujikawa : self-taught surrealist filmmaker. Mostly music videos : Like a Rolling Stone .. Eyes [hi-fi, making of] .. Untitled .. Fit Song.. Breezin' .. Tone Twilight Zone .. Wonder Word .. Gakaxy in the Groove .. I Hate Hate
posted by Dave Faris on Jun 11, 2007 - 5 comments

Some animations

Papiroflexia (Spanish for “Origami”) is the animated tale of Fred, a skillful paper folder who could shape the world with his hands. The creator gives his methods here (third post). His website Pixel Nitrate has several other animations.
posted by frobozz on Jun 11, 2007 - 5 comments

Space Oddity

Mars and Beyond - 50 years ago, this animated episode of Tomorrowland aired on Disneyland a few months after the launch of Sputnik - an entertaining melange of astronomy, sci-fi, pop culture, science, speculation, and surreality. Walt himself and Wernher von Braun make guest appearances and clip 5 is particularly trippy. (Parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
posted by madamjujujive on Jun 10, 2007 - 9 comments

Barracuda

Singer Miho Hatori from Cibo Matto and artist Masaru Ishiura from TGB design have teamed up to create this gem.
posted by puddnhead on Jun 10, 2007 - 15 comments

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