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Thursday, 10th April 2014 at 8:27am
The animation was created by London animation studio Beakus.
The video talks about how scientists can calculate the actual size of the universe, and the factors that affect it.
The animation breaks down a lot of the science into analogies and principles that are easier to understand.
Take a look at the video below, and let us know if you think more scientific videos should be presented this way.
Thursday, 27th March 2014 at 5:19pm
‘Evolution of the Bicycle’ uses only a few shapes to seamlessly transition through each era of the early bicycles and the perpetually spinning wheels add a quirky dynamism to the animation.
Famous bicycles such as the Penny Farthing and the ‘Boneshaker’ are depicted in the video, which uses Benny Goodman’s jazz piece ‘Flying Home’ as its soundtrack.
You can watch the animation below or find out more about the history of bicycles here.
Wednesday, 30th October 2013 at 11:31am
Barreto superimposed parts of houses from Boston onto images of tree trunks he had taken in New Hampshire.
These charming 'Woodhouses' were also animated so that the lights would flicker on and off just like real homes.
Take a look at more images from this collection here, and tell us if you think you could live inside a tree trunk.
Wednesday, 25th September 2013 at 2:41pm
This excellent advert from Chipotle entitled “The Scarecrow” uses a recipe of celebrity covers of a famous song, stunning long-form animation and a strong environmental message to create an effective and memorable campaign.
This is another grand statement from the restaurant chain Chipotle about the world of industrial food production.
They have also created a free, arcade-style adventure game for the iPhone and iPad to engage with their audience, which you can download here.
Chipotle worked with Fiona Apple, CAA Marketing and the Oscar-winning animators at Moonbot Studios to create this lovely and touching advert.
Watch the advert below and tell us what you think.
Friday, 23rd August 2013 at 2:34pm
Entitled 'Happiness Is Movement' the advert follows wooden puppets expressing the freedom and joy they derive from movement.
This animation coupled with its catchy jingle are certainly a light-hearted and effective way to promote a more active lifestyle, however it's still unclear whether Coca-Cola's drinks can figure into this healthy living.
Take a look at this fun advert here, and tell us if it inspires you to get moving.
Friday, 4th January 2013 at 11:02am
This site has two interactive episodes and a game which allow you to express your creativity, even if you are not the most artistic of people.
The idea is simple, you start by drawing a stickman, and it develops from there into your very own animated story.
Why not give it go here.
Tuesday, 27th November 2012 at 7:23pm
Here is an alternative Christmas ad from the US for Adidas featuring 'Ebenezer' Snoop Dog and David Beckham as the Ghost of Christmas Present.
'Bahumbizzle: the Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop' is an animation rendered by Beavis and Butthead animator JJ Sedelmaier, definitely worth a watch.
Saturday, 24th November 2012 at 3:56pm
This work by filmmaker, graffiti artist, and photographer Erdal Inci, who lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey are very hypnotic.
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He has been experimenting with cloned motion in video since 2004 and more recently Inci has converted several of these hypnotic videos into animated gifs.
See a more of his great images here.
Saturday, 24th November 2012 at 3:25pm
They wanted to point out some of the mindboggling acts of stupidity on and around their network that could have had fatal consequences. McCann turned to musician Ollie McGill and animator Julian Frost to create this memorable animated short called Dumb Ways To Die.
With 21 million views on YouTube it seems to have been popular.
Saturday, 27th October 2012 at 8:09pm
Tuesday, 4th September 2012 at 7:31pm
All we can say is 'Ouch'. Enjoy!
Film by Bird Box Studios
Tuesday, 12th June 2012 at 9:19pm
We don't usually feature music videos on our blog but this one by the Moones for their single Better Energy is great fun.
If you thought that the UK was cold at the moment then this will make you feel warmer with icebergs, electric eels, frozen sailors and more.
Turn up the volume and enjoy.
Monday, 28th May 2012 at 9:02pm
Luckily there would probably not have been any giant hot dogs around.
We featured one of their other films, Parallel Parking some time ago.
Plus, if you like the film you can also get the characters.
Monday, 9th April 2012 at 9:18am
This amusing short animated film about life at Pringle of Scotland was created by artist David Shrigley to celebrate the return of the brand to Milan Fashion Week in 2010.
From a wet Scotalnd to 'manky wool', it will certainly make you smile.
Saturday, 7th April 2012 at 9:00am
This fun ad for Jersey Tourism combines video with animation in a real feel good format. A bit surreal at times but that adds to the charm.
It starts with a bored businessman being pulled into a colourful poster at a bus stop and then takes you on a tour around Jersey, From gorillas to the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland this certainly challenges the standard holiday ad treatment of beaches and sunshine - although the gorilla is seen heading off into the sunset on a golden beach with a surfer girl.
Definitely adds colour to your day - great work. See below or click this link.
Saturday, 31st March 2012 at 5:46am
A great compilation (and not really that frightening). Enjoy a bit of nostalgia.
Tuesday, 27th March 2012 at 9:28am
Cumulus and Nimbus by We Think Things.
Cumulus & Nimbus from we think things on Vimeo.
Tuesday, 10th January 2012 at 8:16am
The winners have just been announced and it is well worth having look at the great films. Below are just two of the winners.
Winner of Student CGI Category - Scott Waddington
Red Bull and the Featherless Chicken Canimation from Scott Waddington on Vimeo.
Winner of Open Drawn Category - Chloe Rodham
Skyhound (Red Bull Canimation) from Chloe Rodham on Vimeo.
See the rest of the fantastic winners here