Category: Animation

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Julia Plath

ATMOSPHERIC SCENES Julia Plath: “Like most children, I did a lot of drawing, most of which were excerpts from everything I loved: fairy tales of fantasy animals and mermaids. I began to try to draw as realistically as possible. I describe my style as dreamily melancholy, atmospheric scenes. As nostalgically reflected aesthetics. I often try […]

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Stas Santimov

[DOGFACED 360°] MACABRE AND NUANCED ANIMATIONS Stas Santimov: “Most of all my art style was influenced by animation directors Priit Pärn, Bill Plympton, Igor Kovalev… I almost do not make sketches/character designs and keep all needed visual stuff in my head; except when I work in a team with other people and I need to […]

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Nicolas Fong

HYPNOTIC CARTOONS Nicolas Fong is a Belgian illustrator and animator. He studied at La Cambre arts visuels and he worked for the animation studio Sinematik, collaborating in the making of music videos and animated series. Nicolas creates also GIFs: they are a mix of animation and cartooning, between humor and macabre. Skulls, snakes and tongues […]

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VLAD Stankovic

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF STRANGE ANIMALS Combining both digital and traditional tools, VLAD Stankovic admits he’s more fond of the latter, employing watercolors, colored pencils, and markers. “With the use of traditional techniques I kind of get the results I want in the fastest and most fun way,” he says. The finishing touches are added digitally. The […]

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Ariadna Sysoeva

DYNAMIC LINES AND FORMS Ariadna Sysoeva has a truly creative approach to the figurative design in her work. She has a keen talent for extending the natural movements of the human form to instil a sense of movement and energy. By playing with the proportions of various parts of the body, stretching out the lines […]

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Rafael Varona

A CHAOTIC LIFE, WITH A SENSE OF ORDER Some years ago, artist Rafael Varona caught the world’s attention with a series of animated GIFs that depicted magical worlds trapped inside tiny glass bottles. The success of the “Impossible Bottles” series led to a number of new illustration gigs, and Varona eventually moved from Berlin to […]

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