Beautifully drawn and masterfully told graphic series marks animation veteran Stephan Franck’s comics debut.
Pause, stand still, hold your breath, open your eyes and unleash your imagination to the uninhibited realm of the Redwoods.
1973 Japanese animated masterpiece is the final film from the ‘Animerama’ trilogy produced by Osamu Tezuka and directed by Eiichi Yamamoto.
Oversized hardcover storybook contains Miyazaki’s watercolor illustrations and the original fable that inspired the groundbreaking animated feature film.
ASIFA-Hollywood announces plans to expand their student scholarship program and to allocate more funds for artists and film preservation.
Abstract animation has its own festival category but how well do we really understand its roots in the world of abstract art?
Fred Patten talks about the new coffee-table art book featuring Dusty Crophopper and his two ‘Planes’ movie adventures.
Character animation is really not the illusion of life, but the illusion of “intelligent or motivated life” and takes advantage of four universal truths about how the mind works.
Free public festival in Brooklyn includes keynote address by Marisa Olson, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, and a multi-media after-party.
I’m an artist. I have two Disney plush toys in my studio and I painted them. Am I contravening copyright if I show or sell them?
Do degree art schools teach you how to accurately draw the illusion of a form in space? And do we care?
Exhibition to feature concept art and puppets from the upcoming film, and will be on view September 26, 2014 through February 1, 2015.
Posters promoting this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival feature a character nicknamed Roger Mortis, an empty-headed body that gets dragged around on various adventures by its rebellious brain.
Disney Feature Animation’s first Marvel collaboration pins high hopes and big expectations on a little-known comic book.
Bi-coastal design-driven production company adds prolific director, designer, illustrator and artist amid growth stage.
Our pop culture fascination with all things Disney shifts momentarily from cataloguing hidden phallic film images to visualizing Disney princes in their birthday suits.
Studio Ghibli Library imprint celebrates Hayao Miyazaki and his groundbreaking animated film in a gorgeous hardcover art book featuring a new translation.
‘What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ opens at the Museum of the Moving image in New York, where it will be on display July 19, 2014 through January 19, 2015.
Treasures from Disney offered in $1.28+ million Heritage auction included cel and background from “Mickey’s Service Station,” 1935, from Mickey’s last black and white cartoon, which shattered estimates to finish at $98,588.