The Cartoon Art Museum exhibit, “I See What You Say: Visual Stories and Narrative Art,” opens March 16.
Peavey Electronics announces a new line of musical instruments that capture the DC Comics Super Heroes.
Bunnycutlet Gallery announces the opening of “Printmouse,” a group exhibition featuring new silkscreen prints by 23 artists employed at animation studio Titmouse, Inc.
Day 2 in Los Angeles continues at Disney Feature Animation, highlighted by a studio tour with John Musker.
A digitally restored and remastered Peter Pan is a must for any animation collector and fan of great family entertainment.
Following its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival, Pixar releases poster art from the festival for its newest animated short, The Blue Umbrella.
Ballistic issues a call for entries for the latest edition of the premier computer arts annual, “EXPOSÉ 11.”
STUDIO AKA completes the short film, “The Wool Parade,” which brings to life an installation created by Doshi Levien at the Kvadrat showroom in Stockholm.
To join all of the walls of the past, a yet another, vast and enormously tall wall, has recently been constructed by Israel to protect itself against terrorist attacks and suicidal bombers.
Ntropic’s Marco Brambilla newest 3D video installation, “Creation (Megaplex)” opens at the Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery in New York.
Fred Patten digs into Mark Salisbury’s book detailing the latest Tim Burton – Johnny Depp collaboration.
Gennie Rim presents a new exhibit, “Ladies of Animation,” running February 9 through March 2 at GRspace in Los Angeles.
Unquestionably controversial for its relationship with its neighbors, for numerous other economic reasons, and for its so compelling history and stamina, this petite state has become an envy of so many others.
Swann Auction Galleries spotlights a variety of Disney cartoons and drawings during its sale of 20th Century Illustration on January 24, 2013.
The issuing reflections are probably the most complex of all of those I have written until now, difficult and troublesome for me to reflect upon and even more so verbalize. Nonetheless, I feel a deep need to face a challenge of distilling and then sharing my personal thoughts and observations on this perplexing topics.
Pixar unveils concept art for its upcoming movies, offering up new images for “The Good Dinosaur,” “The Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside the Mind” and the as-yet untitled “Dia de los Muertos” movie.
Charles Solomon’s new book provides an extensive history of the beloved Peanuts franchise’s 46 year history of TV specials and theatrical features.
Should current technologies motivate and dictate new innovative designs or can concept designs inspire novel technologies? Which one is better, wiser, more advantageous in a long run?
Curious Hat announces a multi-lingual version of Eye Paint Animals which offers children a fun way to learn about the theory of colors, as well as encouraging them to explore the world around them.
The Museum of Modern Art acquires a selection of 14 video games for a new category of artworks in MoMA’s collection.
Karl Cohen discusses the art of Ben Ridgway, Zeitguised, Max Hattler, Andrew Jones and PES as examples of a new aesthetic in animation.