An Awesome Book of Love

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Yael Staav’s poignant and emotional interpretation of Dallas Clayton’s celebrated storybook, An Awesome Book of Love, shows us that love is truly humanity’s greatest gift.


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Bachelor film project from The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark.

A Kid’s Guide to How the Internet Ads Work

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Wonderful! A collaborative project with animator Will Samuel for the Internet Advertising Bureau via swiss miss


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HOLOSCENES is a suite of multi-format artworks inspired by flooding. Created by Early Morning Opera and conceived + directed by Lars Jan

Games People Play

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A devious cacophony of characters fight with and against each other to climb to the top.. Created by Stephanie Thandi Johnstone

winter is coming

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An exercise in motion design by Mathilde Loubes

40 Years of Cellphone

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Starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and ending with a side-by-side comparison between the iPhone 5s and the Galaxy Note, Fueled’s designers and animators crafted the 40-year history of the mobile cell phone. For some it will be a walk down memory lane, for others a history lesson.

Evolution Always Wins A Tech Supercut

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An examination of the constant technological change over the past sixty years. Humankind has a love affair with the new and the rate at which new technology has been advancing, particularly in recent years, renders older devices- such as the rotary dial telephone- completely useless. These old technological machines now seem like strange and primitive tools to a society dependent upon the latest Apple products. Evolution always wins out in the end, so what will the future bring next? Created by Amy Fletcher


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Water is spilled on a stone pavement leaving a small stain. As time passes the stain dries up, shrinks and changes shape. Just before the water is completely evaporated the process is put on hold. The new shape of the stain is then being enlarged and recreated with new water. This process repeats and with these interventions the ‘life’ of the stain is artificially refreshed and extended to an unnatural length. Which allows new shapes to evolve that otherwise could never have existed.    Created  by  Johan Rijpma, Mark IJzerman and Umeu Bartelds

5 Rules

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’5 Rules’ is a tongue-in-cheek, five step guide to succeeding at art school. Directed by Andy Baker and Thomas Slater

Li Hongbo: Statues in Motion

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Classical sculptures that defy logic. Paper master Li Hongbo stretches your imagination with a twisted take on traditional sculpting

“The Shining” in One Minute

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Time saved: 118 minutes, 38 seconds. Created by Avery Monsen

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