I’m originally from Colombia. It all started with drawing and painting, then I fell in love with graphic design, sculpture, photography, video and animation.
I was first introduced to Syd Garon’s work in 1997 when a friend at a San Francisco ad agency slipped me a just completed copy of Somebody Goofed, an animation crafted from a cut up Jack T. Chick gospel comic.
Tokyo, a city saturated with “influencers” and “decision-makers” of all kinds, is a rough place to survive as a “creator”, let alone a gaijin one.
Amautalab is a multidisciplinary creative studio co-founded by Martin Jalfen and Carlos Battilana in 2005. Amautalab’s tri-office locale in Peru, Argentina and Los Angeles could be the reason for the unique variety of whimsical stop-motion animation the studio is known for,
I love when things come together unexpectedly especially when you least expect it. Three weeks ago I approached one of my favorite filmmakers, Mathew Cullen of Motion Theory, because I wanted to do this profile.
Osaka-based duo Tochka is pretty much responsible for the worldwide interest in flashlight animation aka Lightning Doodle Project aka the inspiration for the latest Sprint commercials.
Aaron Rose’s bio reads like a creative person’s dream–artist, writer, independent curator, publisher, editor, musician and now accomplished filmmaker. In the 1990s, Aaron founded the highly influential Alleged Gallery in New York…
Brett Simon is not just any Los Angeles-based filmmaker. Our history with him goes back 7 years…