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An Object at Rest
by Seth Boyden

​Seth Boyden's animation tells the life story of an anthropomorphic stone as it endures millions of years of natural and human alteration.

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Abelianas
by Miguel Jara

Some lovely drawn animation by Colombian based artist Miguel Jara.

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Be a Vegetarian
by GlossyRey

It could be seen as slightly paradoxical that a floret of brocoli with arms and a face is telling us to 'be a vegetarian'. Nevertheless it does not detract form the amazing animation and great character design. Nice work Glossy Rey.

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Tiny Tunes
by Handymartian

You have a heart of stone if you fail to fall in love with these thoroughly charming shorts from Andy Martin. With this and the awesome Planets series, we can't wait to see what he does next!

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Northampton School for Girls
by Sculpture

A one minute film by Sculpture. Exquisite tone and coherence between sound and visuals as we have come to expect from Dan and Reuben. Great work guys.

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Endless Joy
by Animade

A heartwarming loop of festive cheer, made by yours truly—Animade!

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Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared 4
by Don't Hug Me I'm Scared

​​Becky and Joe have done it again with this fantastic blend of physical props and cgi visuals. This episode tackles the question "what is the biggest thing in the world?"

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L’Ondée (Rains)
by DCDA

A beautiful and masterfully made portrait of a city in the midst of a building thunderstorm. By David Coquard-Dassault.

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Coin
by EXIT 73 studios

Holy crap! This is possibly one of the greatest things ever to hit the internet. A feast for the eyes served up by the hugely talented guys at Exit 73 Studios.

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Happy Camper
by Job, Joris & Marieke

An upbeat, roof jumping spectacle by Job, Joris & Marieke.

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While You Wait for the Others
by Sean Pecknold

Music video for 'Grizzly Bear '. Directed by Grandchildren

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Auto
by Conner Griffith

And now for something completely different. Dancing Cars and that.

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Cours Toujours
by Cours Toujours Team

A short with real presence and vigor. The upbeat rhythm and quirky character design reminds me a bit of some of Studio Soi's early works. Just gorgeous! Anyway the guys behind this lovely little film are Elise Garcette and Olivier Barré. Via Drawn

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Operation Seagull
by Matt King

A horrible day at the beach, geniusly weird lip sync film by Matt King & Imogen Woolley.

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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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Repost: Phat Ride
by Kristian Andrews

Throwback Thursday! We're re-enjoying this phat ride from Kristian Andrews. Originally posted—2 October 2012

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Bus Stop
by matt abbiss

Why we didn't post this ages ago I'm not sure. Matt Abbiss has an incredible ability to instill vast amounts of character into his animation. Bus Stop is Matt's RCA grad film and it's a corker!

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GPS Film Fest Intro
by Colin Trenter

What a beautiful way to start the day. Nice music above some delicate and playful animation from Colin Trenter and Others.

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Current Affairs
by gal shkedi

A very funny and whimsically animated film by Israeli animator Gal Shkedi.

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BBC Knowledge
by Sean Pecknold

A delightful romp through some sumptuous stop motion. Beautifully directed by Sean Pecknold and narrated by the one and only Richard E. Grant.

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Rollin’ Safari
by ROLLIN' WILD

Beautifully bouncy and buoyant CG for FMX 2013 by A. Habermehl, K. Buschor and C. Päplow of the Animation Institute.

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Planting Seeds
by Impactist

A promo for "Planting Seeds (Original Sketch)" off the Impactist's Plants & Animals EP.

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Avatar Machine
by MARC OWENS

By Mark Owens. I saw this a year or so back in the 2008 RCA show. I stumbled across the video today and it made me wow again.

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Baywatch
by Neil Sanders

Another brilliant Loopdeloop submission, this time from very talented Neil Sanders. It just gets funnier the more you watch it!