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Play.
by Alex Grigg

Another lovely loop from Alex Grigg for Loop de Loop. Great animation and fitting sound. We could stare at this all day.

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Beyond Tellerrand
by Device

A mesmerising set of abstract machinery titles by Device.

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Celebration and Chorale
by nakauchiyukie

Yukie Nakauchi has a knack for turning simple three tone forms into delightfully peacefully characters.

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7 Tips for Creatives
by Jonny Clapham

A witty exploration of the creative process by Jonny Clapham.

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Mac ‘n’ Cheese
by Mac 'N' Cheese

Mac 'n' Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. Make sure you watch to the end for the nice twist.

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F5 Titles
by Buck

Here you go. Six minutes of devastatingly brilliant moving image to get you in the mood for the Queens special weekend. A montage of puppetry, live action, motion graphics and drawn goodness make up these fun and fabulous titles for the F5 festival. Made by Buck.

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DAGNER
by Michael Fragstein

A slick multi-media music video with some nice attention to detail.

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Wallflowers
by The Line

So The Line have gone and made something awesome... AGAIN! This character driven piece is simply superb; wonderfully observed, meticulously designed and beautifully animated. A perfect 10!

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Do or Donut
by Roland Budai

Here's a wonderfully animated little short from Roland Budai. Lovely design and framing for this charming chubby astronaut!

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A Different Perspective
by Chris O'Hara

A stunning film from Chris O'Hara. Beautifully simple design and a brilliant concept to boot!

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Shiny
by Daniel Cloud Campos

Clothes fighting clothes.

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Mountain Dew History
by Orion Tait

Another great piece by Buck (creative direction by Orion Tait, Thomas Schmid). I think this is a few years old but certainly worthy of another look. Love the colours and exaggerated perspective.

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The Bloody Beetroots
by Bennet Pimpinella

Incredible design and composition in this scratched film epic by Bennet Pimpinella. Pretty remarkable work and a great accompaniment for the track.

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Bubble
by Elliot Dear

This will make all your troubles disappear. Elliot Dear's clever use of models creates a stunning look and feel to this music video for Jon Hopkins and King Creosote.

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CCTV Ink
by Troublemakers.tv

A magical CG masterpiece by German studio Weareflink.

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Soviet Cars
by Nikolay Ivanov

Personified cars give us the ride of our lives!

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Animaris Umerus
by Alexander Schlichter

I found a very poor video of these incredible wind powered monsters about a year ago. It great to see them shot so nicely and 'vimeod-up' allowing maximum appreciation of Theo Jansen's incredible work. shot by Steadivision

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Exile
by Aaron Lampert

Our good friend Aaron Lampert has just produced this incredibly rich book trailer for Jakob Ejersbo's novel 'Exile'. We say roll on the feature animation!

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Sous La Lumière, Les Oiseaux
by Marjolaine

A sweet little avian short. We could watch these all day, just wish there were more!

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The Empire
by Colin Hesterly

A rather smashing piece of visual stimulation from Colin Hesterly to start the week. 'We approached "The Empire" with hours of sketches, and a deep exploration of possible art directions. With the influence Saul Bass, we decided to create a visual that lent itself to the art of storytelling, and not rely on visual effects.'

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Bird Benny
by Kristof Luyckx

Belgium-based illustration legend Kristof Luyckx has crafted this superb short that follows Benny the bird as he strides into adulthood. The fantastic characters are enhanced by Dave Kamp's playful sound design.

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Autism Speaks—Director's Cut
by Lobo

Guilherme Marcondes designed and directed this touching stop-motion adventure for Autism Speaks.

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Borrowed Light
by Olivia Huynh

Immerse yourself in Borrowed Light, from animator / director Olivia Huynh.

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What would you change?
by Emanuele Colombo

A simple colour palette and lovely design work wonders in this piece for Change.org.