Posts tagged ‘animation’

November 19, 2010

Russian Dancing Men

by Matt Forcey

Today is Friday and time for a bit of folly. 

So, on this cold, grey November day, and in honor of my Slavic heritage, I present to you… Russian Dancing Men. 

In Russia, boogie dance you!

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November 17, 2010

Nathan Fox: The Frustrated Illustrator

by Matt Forcey

 

Nathan Fox was born in 1975 in Washington, D.C., and raised from the age of 5 in suburban Houston. An early addiction to cartoons, commercials and video games led to a lifelong exploration of narrative art and the over-stimulation associated with his generation.

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October 12, 2010

Banksy Creates “The Simpsons” Opening. Dark, Political… Surprise.

by Matt Forcey

This past weekend’s “The Simpsons” took their regular opening credits “couch gag” somewhere they haven’t been before.  Dark… actually, very dark and unexpectedly thought pervoking (unexpectedly until you realize who storyboarded it, that is).  Riffing on slave labor-like conditions in Asian factories, that happen to be making “Simpsons” animation slides and dvds, the opening sequence was created by none other than our favorite guerilla street artist Banksy.  (video after the jump) 

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