Some really nice edgy, quirky cutout animation here from Yellowlab
Cup of tea? Come and take a seat in Lyn’s cosy front room, hear her story of love during wartime and watch as her belongings come alive with the hope, fear and humour of one spirited lady.
This animation created for NSPCC, sets out to explain the Tipping the Scales concept which describes the outcomes of child development.
Produced by Fred & Eric
Producers: Jamie Pigram & Sarah Killeen
Creative Direction: Maggie Rogers
Design & Animation: FAB
The goal of this animation is to bring attention to the barriers women face in gaining secure rights to land and natural resources, and in benefiting from natural resource investments and related legal and regulatory reforms, as well as showcase proven ways to address these barriers in developing country contexts.
An exploration of the disparity and the difference that gender, regardless of party, can make.
If ideas were politicians this is how they would look like. CHOOSE WELL!
A quirky and succinct piece of animation from IV for lifepoint health, featuring doggos.
Some really nice work here in a variety of styles from IV.
The second film in Golden Wolf’s campaign for Western Union, produced in collaboration with BBH and Stink Films.
Examine the forgotten history of how our federal, state and local governments unconstitutionally segregated every major metropolitan area in America through law and policy.
From NPR Invisibilia podcast, this animation explores the fascinating mystery of locusts and our sense of self.
Great work by BluBlu Studios in this animation about sustainable fiber solutions.
A really nice animation from Squarefish – great use of textures, colour and character animation.
A very interesting piece taken from the NPR Invisibilia podcast – this animation explores whether expectations can have a profound impact on our own lives.
Some very nice maps and transitions in this teaser for the lost gold of WW2 by Roger.TV
Some very nice transitions and textures in this animation by Dresscode
The European Code Against Cancer is an initiative of the European Commission to inform people about actions they can take for themselves or their families to reduce their risk of cancer.
Production company Aggressive combined live action, playful hand-drawn illustration and dynamic music and sound design to create a multi-dimensional spot that brings a little whimsy into the real world.
A nice hand drawn line-art style in this animation for AirBnB
Moth collaborated with Headspace once again to promote their new Sleep feature.
Good Soil is a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding and caring for the children of India.
Some stunning transitions in this piece by Audrey Yeo about migrant workers.
A nice blend of styles and techniques in this little animation fo Little Muffins by Chris Kelly.
A very friendly, crafted aesthetic achieved here in this animation for Engage Foundation by combining hand-drawn elements with 3D animation. By Rich Hinchcliffe.
Some really elegant design and transitions in this animation for Prescribe Wellness.
Great stopmotion character-driven animation for Sue Ryder, directed by George Shelbourn
Some nice transitions in this animation for Metrus Energy by Mac Wojcik.
Three patients discuss how IBD affects the way they view their bodies and share tips for keeping a positive outlook.
Bulb is the UK’s fastest growing energy company. It also happens to use 100% renewable electricity. That’s pretty nice, right?
This part of a series of films directed by myself and Joe Pelling at Blink Ink for Bulb Energy. It features the comedic talents of Tim Key and Ellie White and was written by the fine people at Anomaly.
Production Company: Blinkink
Great animation by Bullpen for Alcoholics Anonymous
Time for a Coke break?
Teaming up with Psyop directors/founders Todd & Kylie, Golden Wolf designed and animated three dynamic graffiti-inspired characters, spraying their way across a city in search for the perfect thirst-quencher.
To celebrate the launch of the new Chile Team Kit, Golden Wolf worked with Nike Football to create this endlessly zooming animation which was used across social media as well as in-store.
An original music video of “The Lion,” written and performed by Benjamin Scheuer (and Escapist Papers), directed by Peter Baynton.
Some cute “Late-mation” from Seed animation studios
Carlab is a research lab created by the large automotive supplier Valeo, which studies future innovating car equipment.
An explainer video for YORA, a new sustainable pet food.
In Rivers Solomon’s animated short story “St. Juju,” a young woman must choose between her secure enclave and the one she loves.
Directed by: Allen Laseter
Creative Direction: The Verge
Anti-ageism is a social campaign targeting Australian citizens. Its goal is to fight ageism – discrimination related to old age.
“A Coke tastes the same no matter who you are, what you look like, what you believe, or who you love. And more than ever, we believe that together is beautiful.”
This is Terry Crews’ sexual assault survivor story.
Paul Goldsmith’s final project on the School of Motion Animation Bootcamp course.
This fun animation shows how a simple blood test can help diagnose the disease and determine the right treatment plan.
Really nice animation about rise, using a cutout textural style.
A powerful and moving film telling the true story of the Pearcey family for the Princess Alice Hospice
Animade’s latest project in collaboration with UKTV intricately traverses a lifetime of stories.
This short film aims to highlight the importance of compostable materials with regards to changing the way we package goods in the future.
Great animation outlining how we can all make a difference by reducing, reusing and recycling!
Some nice visualization of data from Peprally
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An impressive animation from director Elliot Lim, utilizing a paper cutout aesthetic.
Great explainer about what causes heartburn directed by Sarah Beth Morgan.
Titles created by Niels Prayer
Character animation by Quentin Laville
Visuals & Music by Niels Prayer
One of the episodes from the animated A to Z guide for children aged 11-14 that explores and introduces a variety of religious topics.
This is SAUSAGE, the multi award winning and Oscar long-listed animated short film, directed by Robert Grieves.
In todays Gig Economy, workers rights feel like a thing of the past. But 300 years ago, conditions in Britain were so extreme that death at work was commonplace. This sparked the worlds first trade unions that still fight for workers today.
This animation was commissioned by the Forestry Commission Scotland to communicate the significant contribution of forestry to the economy.
“The Mouse” by Slurpy Studios
An animation supporting the IICSA’s Truth Project.
by Voicing CSA with Slurpy Studios and Collage Arts
Story – Katie Steed and Phillip Lafferty, Animation – Fern Bailey, Animation Producer – Aaron Wood, Animation Director – Katie Steed, Produced by Chris Harper
Official music video for Jane Bordeaux’s ‘Maagalim’. In a forgotten old penny arcade, a wooden doll is stuck in place and time.
Producers: Uri Lotan & Yoav Shtibelman, Art Director: Ovadia Benishu
A gambler, who is trapped in a life-threatening mindstate, confesses the dark story of his life on how much he lost by chasing his losses.
Written and Directed by Mantas Gr
Illustration and Animation: Mantas Gr
Music and Sound Design: Zing Audio
Audio Mastering: Dan Solovitz
Script Editor: James Nixon
Sex, religion and envy how Freud and Jungs frenetic friendship tore itself apart. Directed and animated by Andrew Khosravani. Produced by Kellen Quinn.
A quirky animation about human rights, featuring zebras.
Story (based on an original script by APC): Frdric Dubois
Illustration/Animation: Macaia Studio
Sound design: Hannes Schulze
Voice: Thaddea Tsering
Multiple recorded voices from AA meetings explored through hand-drawn animation.
By Bite&Bark – Illustrations: Lee Roberts, Ash Spurr
3D: Alex Shackleton, Richard Taylor, Nick Quayle, Alex Hilbert
Animation: Alfonso Petrovita, Nick Quayle
RocketPanda worked alongside long time friends NY based Aggressive, to create two spots for Jones Dairy Farm, by bringing to life an animated rural setting on a real kitchen counter.
This video was created to be released and shared during American Heart Month (February) to help bring awareness to heart disease and encourage Americans to move more.
Great animation from Tulip’s and Chimney’s, taking something painfully ordinary like a commute to work, and giving it that extraordinary Hendricks sense of wonder.
Explainer video for Swiss Fin Lab, that promotes their ZOA service. By Explain Ninja.
Series of short adverts for US bank, Wells Fargo. Lovely textures and transitions.
Directed by We Are Royale
Creative Director: Brien Holman
Producer: Jen Beall
Art Director: Heather Aquino
Designers: Rury Lee, Jackie Doan
Character Animation: Tyler Morgan, Andrew Embury
2D Animation: Tyler Morgan, Andrew Embury, Handel Eugene
3D Animation: Patrick Clarke, Andrew Embury, Handel Eugene
“Blue is the world’s favourite colour”
Moth worked with CNN and Dr. James Fox to produce a film for their Colour Scope series.
Youre 23, your hearts been broken and theres a long, hard slog of study stretching out in front of you. What do you do? For Elspeth Beard, a round-the-world trip on the back of her 1974 BMW R60/6 flat-twin motorbike proved the ultimate remedy for a wounded heart and weary head.
Animated by Joe Brooks.
A fun animation from LooseKeys on their creative process utilizing a fun line art style.
Commissioned by the Dutch NGO RNW Media, Change Makers is an animation film about those young women and men who live in fragile or repressive states, usually going through civil unrest and conflict.
These young people often represent the majority of their countrys population, yet they’re ignored and denied crucial information and services.
A personal project from Nas Alhusain detailing her observations on creativity.
A personal project from Terrence Ginja Martinho based on the book “Man Meets Woman.”
A series of interstitials on the do’s and definitely do nots of travelling the world. Some quirky 2d character animation from Picnic studios
Created by Simon Tibbs
Produced: Media Nerd
Sound: Media Nerd
A characterful explainer from Simon Tibbs integrating dynamic 3d coins into a quirky 2d world.
A Guide to Figure Skating – Brought to you by Toyota
Some playful, characterful cutout animation from Blink my Brain.
WWF has created a water stewardship report to help businesses assess their risks and use water stewardship steps to tackle them.
From Nice & Serious, Creative Director: Tom Tapper, Producer: Segolene Meheust, Animation Director: Luke Marsh, Design & Animation: Luke Marsh, Kirstin Smith, Sound Design: Serafima Serafimova / Audionetwork
We Are Royale animate a series of five groundbreaking ads designed to expand recruitment for the British Army by directly confronting the concerns of women, gays, Muslims, and those who fear they are too emotional or physically unfit to serve.
A glitzy, quirky animation advertising ‘The Game For Fame’ by Simon Tibbs.
Animator: Simon Tibbs
Client: The Game for Fame
Role: Pre-production, Art Direction, Illustration, Animation
Music: Morgan Samuel
A personal project from Simon Tibbs paying homage to his all time favourite GTA radio advert, featured on Vice City.
In this quirky animation, Headspace’s co-founder, Andy Puddicombe, describes the stillness that’s present in all our minds.
BBC One’s Christmas short film – a story that illustrates the joy of a shared moment.
3D animated commercial directed by Smith & Foulkes
Their world is in the grip of a lethal outbreak. A mysterious blue substance is leading to catastrophic destruction. Who is behind it all?
Its Payback Time was launched for 4Creatives campaign to promote Stand Up To Cancer.
Lot’s of animation styles combined to create this quirky animation to raise awareness for testicular cancer. Great work from StudioAKA
One of 6 short films by Slurpy Studios for RIW (Remember It’s Waterproof).
Each film was created to explore a common mistake in the waterproofing process, and to show architects and builders the potential consequences of not doing it properly. They are a funny and tongue in cheek way of talking about quite a serious and technical problem.
They are designed in a 1950’s ‘UPA’ style, with strong character profiles, no straight lines and a carefully designed colour palette. The animation is fun and cartoony, with ‘rubber-hose’ limbs.
Commissioned by Harvest Digital on behalf of Comic Relief and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), Slurpy Studios worked with Who Are They Productions to produce a short animated film piece to promote the GPE Education Campaign at the UN General Assembly.