Tag archive for animation

What if. .?

What if the earth was buffeted daily by high winds? How would this new living condition change life on the planet? What adjustments would we need to make in our daily routines to survive? This is the inspiration behind the delightful awarding-winning animation titled WIND…

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Web Sightings for December 2010

There’s something for everyone in this last installment of Web Sightings for the decade: The Masterpiece from Maeve Clancy on Vimeo. First up, we have an animated film by Maeve Clancy that tells the story of an artist who upon finishing a painting that he…

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A Holiday Tradition Continues: Electric December 2010

For several years now I’ve made a point of visiting Electric December this time of the year. A project of the Watershed Media Centre in Bristol UK, Electric December 2010 is an online advent calendar of films by young people from across Europe. Enjoy the…

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Web Sightings for October 2010

I’m pleased to start this monthly installment of Web Sightings out with the following animated short by Andy Sykes that received the Best Short Short award at the Bradford Animation Festival in 2009. It’s for those of us who were made to sit at the…

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Blu is Back with BIG BANG BIG BOOM!

BIG BANG BIG BOOM – the new wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo. Famed wall artist BLU has a new animation out titled BIG BANG BIG BOOM, which he describes as an “unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life,…

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Fallen Art: A new twist on “stop-motion”

In an old forgotten military base far from civilization, a group of deranged military officers nurture their insanity. Director: Tomek Baginski (Poland). For more information, visit the film’s website.

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Web Sightings for May 2010

Let’s start this month’s collection of websites with The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum‘s new online database that contains images of the artist’s work, photographs, and correspondence from the museum’s collection and research center archive. In addition to browsing or searching the database, you can also save…

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Teaching About Logo Design

A logo is a graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. (Wikipedia) Produced by French designers from H5, Logorama can be used as a classroom springboard for exploring how logos have become…

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Web Sightings for January 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License Let’s get 2010 rolling here on The Art Teacher’s Guide with over a dozen new sites to check out: First up, it seems appropriate to start this new decade out with a brief look back at the…

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Playing Scrabble with PES

This stop-motion animated short is actually a year old, but it’s from one of my favorite animators, PES, so I felt compelled to post it. If you like this, you might also like Pes’ animated Fireplace Screensaver that it available as a free download.

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