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Who knew a short film about building a bridge could be so moving?

Even the simplest stories can be effective — and affecting — depending on the execution, and this short film is a master class in animated storytelling. Le Gouffre (meaning “The Gulf”) is a short created by animators Carl Beauchemin, Thomas Chrétien, and David Forest at Lightning Boy Studio, telling the story of two friends forced to build a bridge in order to cross a massive canyon in the wilderness. Even though the film is mostly wordless, the score and the bright, fluid animation style draw you in until the end. You’ll be moved even if you saw it coming.

Le Gouffre is the product of a successful Kickstarter campaign from two years ago, and the short went on to win a number of accolades on the festival circuit. We’d love to see more…

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Creative Animals Moving Steampunk Sculptures

Artist Igor Verniy from Russia have a creative ideas to use discarded metal, car and bike parts, watch components, electronics and other metal scraps assembles stunningly detailed steampunk-infused animal sculptures. Every Verniy’s works feature working joints to allow the creatures to be posed and re-posed. Verniy studies the animals he seeks to model to capture…
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Miami Art Week 2014: Theo Jansen’s Dream Machines: Whimsical, moving sculptures at the oceanfront Strandbeest pop-up exhibition

Miami Art Week 2014: Theo Jansen's Dream Machines

For anyone attending Miami Art Week, the pop-up exhibition, Strandbeest, blends the best elements of the week—sun, sand and powerful, innovative art—into one one. Presented by luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet and the Peabody Essex Museum, Strandbeest……

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About Town, a Four-Day Video Art Event: Celebrating Ikon gallery’s 50th anniversary with a festival focusing on the magic of the moving image

About Town, a Four-Day Video Art Event


It’s been 50 years since art gallery Ikon in Birmingham, UK, was established by an artists’ group that wanted the space to be “an antithesis to exclusive art establishments and galleries.” This weekend it’s celebrating that…

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World Health Organization chief says latest ebola outbreak is moving too fast to control

In a speech to three countries hit hard by an ebola outbreak, the director of the World Health Organization today said that efforts to halt the spread of the deadly virus have not been good enough“This is an unprecedented outbreak accompanied by unprecedented challenges. And these challenges are extraordinary,” WHO Director General Margaret Chan told leaders of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone in a speech in Guinea’s capital city Conakry. “This outbreak is moving faster than our efforts to control it. If the situation continues to deteriorate, the consequences can be catastrophic in terms of lost lives but also severe socioeconomic disruption and a high risk of spread to other countries,” she warned.

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Charged: Moving Art Forward with Bryce Wolkowitz: An interview with the owner and curator of the NYC gallery at the forefront of digital art

Charged: Moving Art Forward with Bryce Wolkowitz


Slightly obscured by the glare of the gallery’s impossibly tall and tinted windows, the lines of Robert Currie’s wiry, site-specific installation stretch toward the entrance of Bryce Wolkowitz…

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10 tips for moving from 2D to 3D animation

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Apple said to be moving TV ad development in-house

Apple has moved the development of more of its TV advertisements in-house, according to a new report. Citing sources, Bloomberg says the company’s hired away a pair of key employees from its go-to outside ad agency Media Arts Lab, one of whom now runs an internal team that develops advertisements. That group has created two high-profile commercials for the iPad Air, including the Your Verse ad narrated by Robin Williams, and the one comparing the iPad Air to a pencil, which was voiced by Bryan Cranston. Beyond that, the group may be in charge of more future efforts instead of the ones made by the outside agency, the report suggests.

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25 years of ‘Madden’ video games celebrated in New York’s Museum of the Moving Image

The long-running Madden NFL video game series is to be the focus of an exhibit at New York’s Museum of the Modern Image. Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running, opening on January 9th at the museum in Astoria, New York, celebrates a quarter of a century of EA Sports’ football franchise.

Playable versions of five landmark Maddens will be on display at the show, from 1988’s 2D, sprite-based John Madden Football for the Apple II, through to 2013’s Xbox One version of Madden NFL 25, with its advanced player physics and its 3D rendered crowds. The exhibition’s organizers say the show — which runs until February 23rd — examines the Madden series’ “aesthetic evolution, cultural legacy and enduring focus on simulation.” Jason Eppink, the…

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This stylised music video feels like a moving painting

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youtube: gnlEJA4BRyI Netherland-based studio Colorbleed are best known for creating the super-popular, humorous and chaotic Mac ‘n’ Cheese animations. But it’s latest offering proves it can do much more than just comedy shorts.
    




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