PanARMENIAN.NetWatch: New TV Spot for Pixar's 'Brave' the Best We've Seen for It YetFirst ShowingIt finally shows Brave in the way it should be shown and captures the wonder and magic of Pixar storytelling.
Every single day since November 2010, without fail, Bristol-based artist Guy Denning (previously) posts a daily sketch to his Drawing a Day blog (occasionally mirrored on his Facebook page). It’s well worth following.
I always like to watch people draw, but this is one better - the voice-over (read by Wil Wheaton, no less) is text from Warren Ellis’s new novel, Gun Machine, which looks and sounds pretty good. The...
The music video is still thriving in the Internet age, despite the fact that MTV and VH1 have long given up their role as purveyors of the medium. For proof, check out the new video for local favorites The Sea and Cake's latest single "On and On", off their most recent Thrill Jockey release, Runner.
The band enlisted Japanese artist Naomi Nagata to create a stop-motion animation using lines and patterns made with sand on a Japanese paper scroll, resulting in a visual experience not unlike watching the waveform generator in your iTunes library.
Following up on my curation of my blog from last year – “One Year In Transmedia” – I today published “One Year In Now Media”.
It’s a curation of this blog, with a number of articles divided into subsections according to topic. It’savailable for free on Slideshare on a Creative Commons license.
I’m very grateful towards all the people that took time out from their hectic schedules to answer a few questions of mine - Brian Clark, Christy Dena, Jeff Gomez, Ian Ginn, Andrea Phillips, Robert Pratten, Inga Von Staden, Nuno Bernardo, Michael Monello, Chantal Rickards, Steve Stokes, Yomi Ayeni, Scott Walker, Lance Weiler, Liz Rosenthal and Nick DeMartino. Brilliant people, all in their own ways. Thank you.....
Yesterday we featured Piotr Dumala's 2000 animation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s classic novel, Crime and Punishment, and it reminded us of many other literary works that have been wonderfully re-imagined by animators -- many that we've featured here...
Sean Callinan's insight:
Nice collection of animated literary adaptations on the web.
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