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.”
5D Institute partners with USC to present “The Science of Fiction,” a one-day World Building festival.
The Mill LA collaborates with Sonos Studio to create the multimedia installation, “Bugs,” from filmmaker Tom Kuntz.
Edward reflects on the calm beauty of Venice Beach before he travels again, this time for a long stay in Beijing.
The Arts University Bournemouth announces new post-graduate opportunities with a taught Masters course, MA Animation Production.
Personal insights alongside newly released concept art from Disney's Lorelay Bove, visdev artist on Wreck-It Ralph.
Disney unveils original concept art from the film as well as a closer look at the visual development artists and their work that helped conceptualize the video game worlds and gaming characters in the film.
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.