“Loving Vincent” is film about Van Gogh in which every frame is an oil painting on canvas, using the very same technique in which Vincent himself painted. The intrigue, drawn from the 800 letters written by the painter himself, leads us to the significant people and events in the time leading up to his unexpected death.
Rino Stefano Tagliafierro, Milan-based director and experimental animator, has made this stunning video in which the masterpieces of Western art are animated. By employing a procedure known as 2.5D effect or parallax technique, Tagliafierro has brought these classic artworks to life and manipulated the images into resembling slow motion footage.
American furniture manufacturer Herman Miller turns 108 this year. In order to celebrate their roots, they launched a campaign called WHY- and asked animators Part of a Bigger Plan to answer the big question—Why has Herman Miller thrived for 108 years?
French creative agency Nomoon follows the evolution of the vespa from 1943 through to the present day. ‘Vespalogy’ is an animated graphic tribute to the world’s most iconic scooter.