The Levitow family gifts the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences with animation art and related production material from the career of animator Abe Levitow.
Autodesk releases Autodesk FBX Review, a free, animation tool to conduct detailed reviews of a wide range of 3D assets.
Cartoon Salon releases a set of sixteen limited edition prints from the Academy award-nominated film The Secret of Kells.
Mondo announces that it will return to San Diego Comic-Con 2013 with incredible new prints, including three colossal pieces of giant monster crushing artwork to celebrate the release Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Pacific Rim from director Guillermo del Toro on July 12.
The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee announces the Call for Entries for the 17th Japan Media Arts Festival starting in 2014.
Digital artist Albert Co shares some of the concept and key art behind the most recent Lego Harry Potter video game.
A selection of four vfx progressions provided by Uncharted Territory's co-founder, Oscar®-winning visual effects supervisor Volker Engel.
Program Director Nicolás Villarreal shares his insights on the school’s new visual development degree program as well as the challenges of helping students become working professionals.
Fred Patten reviews the comprehensive coffee table book showcasing the beautiful artwork from Pixar’s Monsters University.
Having traveled and lived in countries representative of truly diverse ideological, political, economic, social, geographic and otherwise distinctive settings, the issuing realities are dawning on me, and in the reflective process also are becoming uncomfortably clear to me.
In anticipation of the short film’s debut at Annecy next week, Disney Animation releases poster art for the never-before-seen Get A Horse!
Fred Patten looks at this visual feast of concept art, sketches, storyboards and other digital art from Blue Sky’s latest animated feature.
Just how much money does it cost to be Fast and Furious? Check out Nikolay Lamm's infographic to find out.
This much delayed episode comes to you all the way from China, where I am now, invited here as a Professor & KoGuan Chair of Digital Arts & Design @ Peking University.
Blacklist’s Holbrooks, Y&R New Zealand and Flying Fish team up to create the spot, “Parcel,” for Red Cross New Zealand.
Film Club Productions partners with Em Cooper to animate sequences of the documentary, “Kiss the Water,” set to premiere at the 2013 edition of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Project: Rooftop launches “Green Lantern: Emerald Ensemble,” a costume redesign contest for the DC Entertainment hero Green Lantern.
"Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story," which combines traditional documentary storytelling with original animation culled from eight decades of art from the renegade children’s book author and illustrator, opens June 14 in NYC At Lincoln Plaza Cinema & June 21 in LA at Landmark's Nuart Theatre, with more cities to follow.
Fred Patten describes why fans of the new DreamWorks feature will love this definitive movie art book.
Miranda teams up with Blast Radius Toronto and Nike Canada to create an interactive installation at Sport Chek’s flagship store in Toronto’s Eaton Centre.
GRworks and 826LA bring together stories written by children and illustrated by professional artists in “Pen To Paper.”