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Big Bang Big Boom by BLU

Big Bang Big Boom is an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life ... and how it could probably end.

 

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Paper Dreams by Kenneth Onulak

This is Onulaks Junior Degree Project that he worked over the spring semester at Rhode Island School of Design. He got the original concept of creating a cutout animation for art made with a single sheet of paper and the stratastencil technique.

 

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Lego Cl!ck

Ceative Work isn´t that easy. Sometimes yo need to follow some new paths. Watch out for this pretty nice piece of art by Lego. Come and play.

 

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Lights out by Cormaction

This is a little animation which follows a little robotic character who's just trying to grab some shut-eye but the factory around him springs to life unexpectedly. A serious design flaw in the factories ergonomics prevents the poor guy from reaching the off switch and the rest is history. Nice one.

 

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PIXELS by Patrick Jean

8-bits creatures invade New York City. PIXELS is Patrick Jean' latest short film, shot on location in NY. Not really brand new this idea - but very smart.

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BROKEN FINGAZ by Tant and Unga

First graffiti animation clip from Tant and Unga of the "broken fingaz crew" from Israel.

 

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Descendants by binary alchemy

"Descendants" is a 14 minute animated short about the wish of attaining the unattainable and about the fact that something good can evolve from something evil. Unbelievably poetic, philosophical, beautiful.

 

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EREBUS by Georgios Cherouvim

There once used to be a small but beautiful blue rock somewhere within the vast void of the universe. Life appeared on its crust relatively fast and as usual through out the evolution, one of the species dominated the rest, by forming complex societies to overcome its primordial survival needs.

 

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HAT by Max and Laura Braun

The song HAT by Max and Laura Braun presents an enigmatic story of love, discovery and loss, a sense of home and growing up. Foresaking linearity and coherence, a narrative is conveyed through fleeting glimpses, allowing a subtle landscape of emotion and memory to emerge, its contours defined by thick, soft lines.

 

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Elio by Roberto Diaz

An animated short film by Roberto Diaz, shot entirely on a Nokia XpressMusic 5800 for the Zaragossa based "2 minutos de cine" contest.

 
 
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