Archive for the ‘animation’ Category
Julia is a British animator and illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York – her work tends to explore the motivations behind human relationships, representing characters as mildly ridiculous animals with human characteristics. I totally LOVE them and have two on my walls at home…
…and couldn’t resist this one too…
See her website
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Johanna Uhrman is Jonnakonna, an illustrator and artist from Finland. She has lived and studied in Tokyo and its influence shows in her work, in both subject matter and style. She currently works at Piñata, an illustration/animation studio in Helsinki.
Charles Huettner is an animator and illustrator working out of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Late Night Work Club, a group of animators working on their own independent short fim collaboration. The first of these films, Ghost Stories, is due out later this spring!
What a beautiful animation that artist Emiliano Ponzi worked on for Amnesty International with animation studio “wearecaptive”. So elegant and simple. Be sure to watch it! Have you tried animation yourself? Incidentally, there is a new animation category on the IF submissions. So if you do animation for your interpretation of any topic, be sure to tag it so we can see it.
Here is some more of Ponzi’s lovely work:
Emiliano Ponzi is based in Milan, Italy. His bold textured illustrations use repetition, a judicious use of line and strong graphic compositions to define and communicate the concept at hand. His illustrations appear in advertising, magazines, book, newspapers and animations. His clients include The New York Times, Le Monde, The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, Time, The Economist, and Newsweek.
See more of his striking work on his website.
I love simple animations like this one by London-based illustrator Pia Bramley. See more lovely work by her here. Be sure to look around her site — it’s full of great drawings!