New series inspired by pop artist Romero Britto is written by Emmy Award-winning writer Judy Rothman Rofé and produced by Grey Matther’s Lawrence Grey and Ben Everard.
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imagery from ‘The Art of Moana’ book includes work from concept and character artists including Man Arenas, James Finch, Ian Gooding, Leighton Hickman, Mehrdad Isvandi, Jin Kim, Ryan Lang, Annette Marnat, Kevin Nelson and Bill Schwab.
Chinese immigrant artist who created the haunting visual style of Walt Disney’s beloved animated classic overcame poverty, discrimination and a lack of recognition to become one of the most celebrated Chinese-American artists of the 20th century.
Visual chronicle of the new worlds and characters created by the Lucasfilm art department for ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ includes hundreds of concept paintings, sketches, storyboards, matte paintings, and character, costume and vehicle designs.
Multi-faceted creature/character designer and master sculptor joins Spin VFX as Supervisor of Creature and Concept Design.
Award-winning artist and director is known for developing creative experiences that engage a mass audience for brands including Google, Coca-Cola, Facebook and MTV.
Art from 16 Bento Box artists who work on the series will be on display through December 10 at Los Angeles pop-up restaurant space Unit 120. Don’t forget to ask about the burger of the day!
Sydney animation house tapped to create whimsical installation experience that reimagines an elevator ride as a steampunk-inspired rocket ship expedition to Wonderland.
Every Monday – or thereabouts – AWN’s Chris Robinson serves up ‘Animators Unearthed,’ a short profile of prominent and not-so-prominent indie animators.
Contemporary reinterpretation of Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch’s iconic painting was commissioned by the MOTI Museum for its New Delights exhibition on display through December 31st.
Collection of art for Richard Williams’ ‘The Thief and the Cobbler’ covers the course of more than 20 years of work, consisting of thousands of hand-painted cels, pencil animation and watercolor backgrounds.
Fourth and latest release available April 2017 to include illustrations by artists such as Cliff Childs, Winona Wilson, Christine Choi and Adam Paquette.
Japanese cartoonist and independent filmmaker helped kick-start the renaissance of modern-styled, independently-made, adult animation in early 1960s Japan.
Free one-day symposium presented in conjunction with San Francisco Comic-Con to feature a series of talks and workshops for everyone from aspiring cartoonists to professional storytellers.
New book based on influential Animation History Class at CalArts by Maureen Furniss, director of the Institute’s experimental animation program, chronicles the history of animation from its earliest antecedents to the present day.
First major exhibition in Los Angeles in 25 years for Walt Disney Animation Studios artist Eyvind Earle runs through January 1 at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale, CA.
New lightweight mobile computer features a reinvented pen experience and powerful creative tools including a 3D camera and the ability to run full versions of software.
Wicked Comics offers a number of discount packages for fans and exhibitors alike for Malta Comic Con 2016.
New York animation fans invited to one-year anniversary celebration packed with screenings, panels and other industry events on September 29-30.
LMU School of Film and Television receives a series of donations totaling $13 million from the legendary animation director’s foundation.
Coinciding with the film’s 30th anniversary, new hardcover release joins the Studio Ghibli art book collection and features a stunning array of illustrations, character artwork and insights from the pioneering creator.
Ottawa International Animation Festival Celebrates its 40th anniversary with a night of interactive fun.