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Incredible flipbook-style animations made from dozens of people's tattoos

@philberge #Duo avec @kewpietattoo tattooed the legend ♬ I like hot moms – Thatmulletdude Montreal tattoo artist Phil Berge tattooed dozens of people with slightly different artwork to create fantastic flipbook-style animations. Above, Snoopy dancing his iconic dance. Below, the result of Berge tattooing 76 people to create a a scene from Betty Boop's Snow White (1976). — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Video, News, Animation, Tattoos, Tattoo, Betty Boop, Berge, Phil Berge


This magical short film about a pink spiderelephant is essential viewing

l'Araignéléphant / The spiderelephant / Slonoiga is a magical short film for kids and adults, directed by Polish animator Piotr Kamler. An intersection of animation and fine art, this 1968 film features a dreamy world inhabited by a pink spiderelephant, alien-like fluorescent creatures, and mysterious glowing landscapes. — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, News, Animation, The 1960s, The Sixties, Spider-elephants, Piotr Kamler


Stunning New Disney Posters by Ben Harman Include ‘Aladdin’, ‘101 Dalmatians’, ‘The Aristocats’ & More

Artist Ben Harman has been delivering some of the best artwork we’ve ever seen inspired by the film of Walt Disney Animation. Today, his offerings expand with a batch of new releases from Bottleneck Gallery. Sticking with his signature tall framing style, the new Ben Harman Disney posters focus on Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 101 Dalmatians, The Aristocats, and Alice in Wonderland. Get a look at all of them below. New Ben Harman Disney Posters Aladdin (Day) by Ben Harman Giclee 12...
Tags: Art, Movies, Animation, Alice, Cool Stuff, Harman, Paris France, Roger, Aladdin, Notre Dame Cathedral, Agrabah, Ben Harman, Pongo, Perdita, Disney/Pixar, Alice-in-Wonderland


13 films everyone should watch and why—as voted by you

We asked Big Think's readers and staff for their recommendations on films everyone should watch.A collection of fiction and non-fiction works from around the world, these movies will entertain and expand your horizons.The films cover various topics, explore numerous themes, and shed light on several controversial historical events. Ever find yourself unsure of what movie to watch? Have you spent so much time looking at the options on a streaming service that you could have finished a film in the...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Science Fiction, Film, Mexico, Defense, US, War, Earth, Rome, United States, Roger Ebert, Animation, Chile, Italy, Innovation


LottieFiles, a platform for the animation format, lands $9 million Series A led by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund

LottieFiles, a platform for JSON-based Lottie animations, has raised a Series A of $9 million. The round was led by M12, Microsoft’s venture capital arm, with participation from returning investor 500 Startups. Based in San Francisco and Kuala Lumpur, LottieFiles was founded in 2018. The platform includes Lottie creation, editing and testing tools, and a marketplace for animations. It now claims about one million users from 65,000 companies, including Airbnb, Google, TikTok, Disney and Netflix, ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Design, Microsoft, Southeast Asia, San Francisco, Developers, Netflix, Malaysia, Animation, Airbnb, Lottie, PNG, JSON


A Magical Look Inside the Painting Process of Studio Ghibli Artist Kazuo Oga

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaO2HEkC_qQ The magic of Studio Ghibli’s films owes much to their characters: the high-flying Princess Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind; the World War I-fighter ace-turned-swine Porco Rosso; the spirited ten-year-old Chihiro, spirited away into the realm of folklore; the dog-raccoon-bear-cat forest spirit known only as Totoro. But to understand what makes these figures come alive, we must remember that they inhabit living worlds. A Ghibli production stan...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Japan, College, Animation, Seoul, Hayao Miyazaki, Valley, Facebook Twitter, Bob Ross, Mononoke, Toshio Suzuki, Kaguya, Ghibli, Kazuo Oga


Adding Animation for Beginners

There are a wide variety of options available for use on different platforms when it comes to animation. Knowing how to use these animations effectively is the key to avoiding fatal flaws in your presentation. Employing animations incorrectly can overwhelm a presentation. Not utilizing animations at all also has its drawbacks, making the slide deck seem less polished. Over the years we have found some tried and true guidelines we thought we’d share to get you started. Easily Elevate (with...
Tags: Design, Uncategorized, Transition, Animation, Tips, Powerpoint, Slides, Consistency, Presentation, Animations, Speaking, Transitions, Presentation Science, Presentation Design, Google Slides, Timing


A Quay Brothers Animation Explains Anamorphosis, the Renaissance Illusion That Hides Pictures within Pictures

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEfwbnMf3jM First appearances can be deceiving. Take physicist Emmanuel Maignan’s 1642 fresco in a corridor of Rome’s Trinità dei Monti monastery. Viewed head on, it appears to be a somewhat unconventional landscape in which one of the few remaining branches of a mutilated tree spreads over a city, far in the distance. Streaky clouds suggest heavy weather is brewing. Stroll to the end of the corridor and take another look. You’ll find that the tree has co...
Tags: Google, Art, Science, College, Religion, Disney, Rome, Animation, Hitler, Facebook Twitter, Hans Holbein, Francesco, Marcel Duchamp, Oskar Fischinger, Quay Brothers, Roger Cardinal


Cool Stuff: ‘The Lion King’, ‘Hercules’ and More Expand Ben Harman’s Disney Dreamland Art Series

Throughout this year, artist Ben Harman has been fleshing out his Disney Dreamland art series, bringing to life beautiful images from Disney’s classic animated movies. Each of his prints is like a vertical widescreen image with meticulously recreated architecture, amazing landscapes, astounding skyscapes, and incredible detail. And more are arriving today. Bottleneck Gallery and Eyeland Prints UK are releasing seven new Disney Dreamland posters today inspired by six of Disney’s beloved animated...
Tags: Art, Movies, Disney, Animation, Hercules, Pocahontas, Cool Stuff, Fantasia, Ben Harman, Disney/Pixar, Bottleneck Gallery, The-Lion-King, The-Princess-and-the-Frog, Lady and the Tramp, Eyeland Prints UK, Disney Dreamland


Studio Ghibli Puts Online 400 Images from Eight Classic Films, and Lets You Download Them for Free

Japan’s Studio Ghibli has long been protective of their intellectual property, with Hayao Miyazaki and his team overseeing how their characters are merchandized, as well as carefully making sure foreign distribution of their films stay faithful to the original. (Miyazaki famously--although apocryphally--sent Miramax’s Harvey Weinstein a katana sword along with a note reading “No Cuts,” because the mogul and all-around bad person was notorious for recutting Asian films for western audiences). I...
Tags: Google, Art, Japan, College, Netflix, Animation, Harvey Weinstein, States, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, Miramax, Facebook Twitter, KCRW, Suzuki, Marnie


William Blake’s Paintings Come to Life in Two Animations

The poet and painter William Blake toiled in obscurity, for the most part, and died in poverty. Twenty some years after his death, his rebellious spirit gained traction with the Pre-Raphaelites. By the dawning of the Age of Aquarius, Blake was ripe to be venerated as a counter-cultural hero, for having flown in the face of convention, while championing gender and racial equality, nature, and free love. Reclining half-naked on a “a fabulous couch in Harlem,” poet Allen Ginsburg had a ...
Tags: Google, Art, London, College, Poetry, Bob Dylan, Animation, Museums, William Blake, Doubt, Eden, Harlem, Mary Wollstonecraft, Allen Ginsburg, Blake, Facebook Twitter


An appreciation for the animated food in Studio Ghibli films

"Anime food is an escape for a lot of people. It has a very soothing effect," says Christina Song, curator of the anime feed Instagram @anime_food. Indeed, food is treated like a character in many anime films and TV shows, including the wondrous work of Studio Ghibli. For example, see My Neighbor Totoro (above) and Howl's Moving Castle and Kiki's Delivery Service (below). At Serious Eats, Kiera Wright-Ruiz explores "Miyazaki's Magical Food:" The food scenes in Studio Ghibli productions, p...
Tags: Food, Art, Post, Movies, News, Film, Animation, Cartoons, Anime, Miyazaki, Kiki, Chihiro, GKids, Dave Jesteadt, Christina Song, Kiera Wright Ruiz


Cool Stuff: Raid71 Gives ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ an Explosive, Dimension-Tearing Poster

Not even two years have passed since Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse hit theaters, but there are already some incredible pieces of artwork inspired by the groundbreaking, innovative animated comic book movie. However, we might have a new contender for the best Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse poster yet thanks to a new screen print offering from artist Chris Thornley, aka Raid71 and Grey Matter Art. It’s an explosion of color with the same stylized comic book art that made the 2018 movie so ...
Tags: Art, Movies, Spider-Man, Animation, Sony, Cool Stuff, Comic Book/Superhero, Grey Matter Art, Chris Thornley, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Raid71, Screen Print Holo Foil Paper Hand, Green Goblin Doc Ock Venom Carnage Vulture


The Portfolio: David Phume

Animator, roboticist and artist David Phume is on a mission to show that technology is not just for the geniuses in Silicon Valley The post The Portfolio: David Phume appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Art, Technology, Animation, Silicon Valley, Autonomous Cars, Robotics, Friday, South Africa (country, David Phume, Static Tech Art


Unleash your inner da Vinci with these art and science drawing lessons

Masterpieces like the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper followed countless hours of anatomical studies.Leonardo da Vinci was fascinated by the human form.The Complete Creative Art & Science of Drawing Bundle teaches you how to draw human bodies, heads, and more. Fans of the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper are captivated by Leonardo da Vinci's exceptional eye for human forms. Those masterpieces followed countless hours of anatomical studies. Da Vinci was fascinated by the human form, most famously exp...
Tags: Art, Science, Painting, Culture, Animation, Innovation, Street Art, Da Vinci, Leonardo da Vinci, Science And Art, Vinci, Human body


Studio Ghibli Producer Toshio Suzuki Teaches You How to Draw Totoro in Two Minutes

This is something you can do at home. Everyone, please draw pictures —Toshio Suzuki There’s no shortage of online tutorials for fans who want to draw Totoro, the  enigmatic title character of Studio Ghibli’s 1988 animated feature, My Neighbor Totoro: There’s a two-minute, non-narrated, God's-Eye-view with shading... A detailed geometry-based step-by-step… A ten-minute version for kids that utilizes a drinking glass and a bottle cap to get the proportions right prior to penciling, inking,...
Tags: Google, Art, Film, College, Animation, K-12, Hayao Miyazaki, Facebook Twitter, Totoro, Toshio Suzuki, Totoro Kiki, Ayun Halliday, Studio Ghibli Museum Build Your Own Miniature Sets


Get a Glimpse at Star Wars Rebels' Ships, Tech, and Shiny Lightsabers in This Gorgeous Artbook

Star Wars Rebels was a stepping stone between the work done (and still being done) by Clone Wars and the end of the prequels, and bridging the gap to the aesthetic made iconic by the original Star Wars. Rebels had to walk a line between two tonally very different worlds while bringing its own flair to the table—and…Read more...
Tags: Art, Star Wars, Books, Science, Disney, Gallery, Animation, Exclusive, Lucasfilm, Preview, Star Wars Rebels, Dark Horse, The Art Of Star Wars Rebels


‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Get a Batch of Cool and Gorgeous New Prints

Since we’re all stuck at home right now, there’s no better time to start collecting some new pop culture art for your walls. If you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bottleneck Gallery has you covered with a collection of outstanding new prints from artists Gerry Cleary, Matt Dye, Cliff Cramp and James Bousema. The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles prints feature both the original 1990 live-action movie and the beloved animated series. Meanwhile, a batch of Lord of ...
Tags: Art, Movies, Fantasy, Animation, Leo, Teenage-Mutant-Ninja-Turtles, Tmnt, Cool Stuff, Grey, Neil, Leonardo, J R R Tolkien, Moria, Gandalf, Rivendell, Comic Book/Superhero


Studio Ghibli released magnificent free backgrounds for videoconferencing

Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli has released stunning free backgrounds for videoconferencing software like Zoom. Change your set and setting to Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke, Castle in the Sky, and four other enchanting film scenes. Download them here: "Studio Ghibli wallpaper that can be used for web conferences" (via Open Culture)
Tags: Art, Post, News, Illustration, Animation, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, Zoom, Videoconferencing, Mononoke Castle


Hayao Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli Releases Free Backgrounds for Virtual Meetings: Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away & More

To a degree that surpasses any other studio in animation history, Studio Ghibli has created a reality of its own. All of its fans around the world appreciate the artistry of its films, directed by such luminaries of Japanese animation as Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata, and many appreciate it so fervently that they'd prefer to occupy any of Ghibli's worlds to this one. The studio has responded to their desires by not just continuing to produce motion pictures — the "retired" Miyazaki is now at...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Japan, Film, College, Animation, Tokyo, Seoul, Isao Takahata, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, Facebook Twitter, Nagoya, Kaguya


New ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Mondo Posters and Catwoman Figure Go On Sale Tomorrow

Batman: The Animated Series has served as an inspiration for artists like Mondo regular Phantom City Creative for years, and it’s easy to see why: the show is widely, and correctly, acknowledged as one of the best animated series of all time, and it’s full of incredible characters and imagery which are just asking to be filtered through the lens of talented artists and displayed on walls of fans across the world. Now Phantom City Creative is back again with two brand new Batman the Animated Ser...
Tags: Art, Television, Movies, Animation, Harley Quinn, Batman, Mondo, Harley, Variety, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Selina Kyle, Phantom City Creative, Batman: The Animated Series, Other Creations, Joe Allard


Enjoy this rather weird social distancing flipbook animation

Keep on doing your part by staying inside and keeping a safe distance from one another. For those who don’t have that option for whatever reason...thank you and stay safe #FlattenTheCuve #QuaratineLife pic.twitter.com/5OiJf4MvDc— The Flippist (@TheFlippist) March 21, 2020 The Flippist presents "Social Distancing... A Flipbook," inspired by Kirsten Lepore's wonderful "Hi Stranger" (2017) and Juan Delcan's "Safety Match" (2020).
Tags: Art, Video, News, Weird, Illustration, Animation, Kirsten Lepore, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Flipbooks, Juan Delcan


10 Paintings by Edward Hopper, the Most Cinematic American Painter of All, Turned into Animated GIFs

The image of America is an image bound up with the movies. That even goes for America as represented in media other than film, suggesting a certain cinematic character in American life itself. No painter understood that character more thoroughly than Edward Hopper, an avid filmgoer who worked for a time creating movie posters. He even "storyboarded" his most famous 1942 Nighthawks, whose late-night diner remains the visual definition of U.S. urban alienation. And though Hopper's America also en...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, College, America, Animation, House, Ridley Scott, Seoul, Alfred Hitchcock, Terrence Malick, Hopper, Orbitz, Edward Hopper, Nighthawks, Facebook Twitter


Ordinary Batman Adventures: Artist Sarah Johnson Perfectly Animated The Ordinary Life Of Superhero

Illustrator and artist Sarah Johnson imagines the mundane, behind-the-scenes life of Batman. Scroll down to take a look at his side that we don’t usually get to see. More: Sarah Johnson... Source
Tags: Design, Animation, Cartoons, Batman, Superhero, Inspirations, Sarah Johnson


From 1929, a splendid experimental animation that imagines life's origins

Tusalava (1929) is a splended experimental animation by New Zealand avant-garde filmmaker and kinetic artist Len Lye. The original film featured a piano score by Jack Ellitt that has unfortunately been lost. (The video above has contemporary music by Andrew Pask who uploaded the film to YouTube.) From the Len Lye Foundation: The film imagines the beginnings of life on earth. Single-cell creatures evolve into more complex forms of life. Evolution leads to conflict, and two species fight for ...
Tags: Art, Video, News, Illustration, Animation, New Zealand, Lye, New Zealand Australia, Len Lye, Andrew Pask, Experimental film, Avant-garde Film, Jack Ellitt, Australia Tusalava


Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of ‘Peanuts’ with Mondo’s “It’s An Art Show, Charlie Brown”

Next year marks the 70th anniversary of Charles M. Schulz‘s beloved comic strip Peanuts, featuring that lovable, inexplicably eccentric and stressed out boy named Charlie Brown. To celebrate this milestone anniversary a little early, Mondo is hosting “It’s an Art Show, Charlie Brown,” which is an art gallery show that will be full of iconic panels from the original comic strip that have been turned into screenprinted posters for fans to purchase. Here’s the official description of the Mondo P...
Tags: Art, Movies, Events, Peanuts, Animation, Charlie Brown, Cool Stuff, Mondo, Austin TX, Lady Lazarus, Charles M. Schulz, Charles Schulz, Comic Book/Superhero, Mondo Gallery, Jon Smith, Guadalupe St


The airships of Hayao Miyazaki's wonderful films

Film editor Andrew Saladino of the Royal Ocean Film Society analyzes the exquisitely engineered airships in the films of Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki's father owned an airplane factory during World War II and thus it's no surprise that Miyazaki would pay close attention to the design and cinematic use of airships in his movies.
Tags: Video, Design, Movies, News, Film, Filmmaking, Animation, Airplanes, Cartoons, Flights, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Andrew Saladino, Hayao Miyazaki Miyazaki, Royal Ocean Film Society


Cool Stuff: Mark Englert’s ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Prints Watch Over NYC

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse blew us away last year. From the fun dimension-hopping story to the stunning comic book-inspired visuals, the movie was outstanding from top to bottom. Now that some time has gone by, pop culture artists are really digging into the movie to deliver their own artwork inspired by Miles Morales and all of his Spider-Friends from other dimensions. This week’s New York Comic-Con has plenty of new Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse offerings, but artist Mark Englert i...
Tags: Art, Movies, Spider-Man, Animation, Sony, Cool Stuff, Mark Englert, Miles, Spider Gwen, Miles Morales, New York Comic Con, Comic Book/Superhero, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Mark Englert Spider Man


Ezra Furman: Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone

Another catchy number from musician Ezra Furman, “Calm Down” (aka “I Should Not Be Alone”) clocks in at 2:22 and doesn’t dip in its dramatic delivery at any point. The animated video, directed by Beth Jeans Houghton, swirls comic book color into the mix. After a milestone year for the songwriter, 2019 will see the release of his latest album, Twelve Nudes, out 30 August …
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Culture, Animation, Beth Jeans Houghton, Listenup, New Music, Ezra Furman, Animated Videos


Mac Demarco: Here Comes The Cowboy

Sparse and repetitive, though tender and altogether pretty, “Here Comes The Cowboy,” the first track off Mac Demarco’s album of the same name, ambles along, lulling the listener. The track’s sole lyrics, “Here comes the cowboy,” are repeated a dozen or so times, but viewers lose count when entranced by the song’s music video. Cole Kush directed and animated the absurdist visuals, wherein a misfit …
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Western, Culture, Animation, 3D, Listenup, Mac Demarco, New Music, Animated, Cole Kush, Here Comes The Cowboy



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