A little twisted humor to start your day.
Tag Archives | Animation
Visuals by Simon Haiduk: http://www.artbysimon.com/
Music by Dréa Drury: https://soundcloud.com/dr-a-drury
Quitter ce que l’on a pour en comprendre la richesse.
Leaving what we have to find out what we left behind.
An official selection at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and at the Siggraph 201
This is a pleasant hand-drawn line work animated video for an equally pleasant song by Professor Soap
A new interstellar adventure by Professor Soap! Go to bit.ly/18nP9mI to download a free bonus pack with two songs, an HD video, and storyboards!
In 1968, an underground, anti-war short film was produced by Lee Savage and Milton Glaser called Mickey Mouse in Vietnam. Mickey Mouse (unofficially) starred in a one minute animation that depicted the Disney icon travelling to Vietnam in a boat, entering the country, and being immediately shot in the head. The film was shown to associates of the creators in 1970 and onward. It is rumoured (though unconfirmed) that Disney tried to destroy every copy that they could get in their possession. Until recently, the only known copies available for public viewing were one owned by the Sarajevo Film Festival, and one included on the Film-makers' Coop's 38 minute, 16mm collection reel. The only pieces of hard evidence of the short's existence available online were a few screenshots (all but one found in a 1998 French book entitled 'Bon Anniversaire, Mickey!').
via Daniele zanini on Vimeo
In all the lines you’ll see, there’s a perception of direction. If you found a line on a piece of paper, if you rotate it, the direction changes. Then think about yourself: what kind of direction are you in today, in this present moment, in your whereabout? Is That direction a choice you made or are you living in a line of another one? We are a point in that line, choosing our fate, everyday, in every direction we have chosen or even if we haven’t chosen.
– Made in After Effects with Trapcode MIR, Particular and Horizon.