Here is a 6 second clip that somehow could not fit anywhere in the music video, “Golem.”
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My main thrill in life is animation, especially when it goes beyond it’s unlimited possibilities. Every time I watch Ralph Bakshi’s “Heavy Traffic”, my brain melts. It’s raw and insane and I’m just going to let the following clip speak for itself…
You see it too.
I like Pentagram’s take on cigarettes. Everyone who smokes knows it will eventually kill them, but it doesn’t stop them from smoking. They say, embrace it and make the entire pack a warning label …
Another cigarette pack design that makes me wish I hadn’t quit.
The Yo-Yo Master and the Lost Boy.
When the Yo-Yo Master appears on the screen to help the little lost boy find his way home, the young viewers scream and clap in delight, enchanted.
This isn’t a group of toddlers watching Sesame Street. It’s a Wednesday night at my apartment with my roommates, floating through happy memories of simpler times and better cartoons.
And so, I doodle the demons away.
One of my favorite music videos that uses pixilation – remember “Wishful Thinking” by the Ditty Bops? This video is so damn cute.
It starts off with the two band members cutting out the set and little characters, as if they are actually making the animation come to life. They playfully try to kill each other throughout the entire thing and the Vaudevillian style lends itself to pixilation – rather than just doing it to try something different. It really gives it that old silent movie feel.
My grandmother used to have a cigarette box that she kept near her telephone so that she could smoke while she talked to her friends. The box had the words Coffin Nails on it. She had such a cute sense of humor.
If she were still with us, I think she would really get a kick out of this anti-smoking package design by Alexander Andrews.
A great concept. If I still smoked I’d want it – a friendly little reminder of every nail in my coffin.
Long ago in a galaxy far, far away Noey and I were just two little brats who needed a hobby to keep us sane – so our grandpa taught us how to paint and draw. His paintings are hung up all over the walls of my parents house, and have never been released to the public until now! Here are some of my favorite pieces of his…