The Headspace creative team has been working with Nexus Studios to convey the complexities of the mind through a series of charming animations. Here, they explain the approach that’s bringing millions to their films – and making mindfulness and meditation more accessible
Creative festival OFFSET returns to Dublin in March with three days of talks from designers, directors, artists and animators. Here’s a look at some of the highlights…
Discovery takes a refreshingly low-fi, humorous look at Winter Olympic sports in this set of animations from Dumb Ways To Die’s Julian Frost.
The new Animated Britain collection includes over 300 free-to-view animated films, from public information shorts to commercial TV work from the 1920s up to the present day. Here, we highlight five great pieces of work
The BBC is gearing up for the Winter Olympics next month with an animated trailer by directing team Smith & Foulkes, which depicts the athletes taking part in the Games as ‘the fearless’.
The short film, which is voiced by Patrick Stewart, sees a little girl called Hope unintentionally unleash Satan when she puts a typo on her Christmas letter.
BBC One’s Christmas film is a heartwarming story of a doting dad struggling to manage work and family, beautifully directed by Blinkink’s Elliot Dear
A master storyteller working across books, art and commercial projects, Oliver Jeffers is getting philosophical in his latest children’s title, Here We Are. We talk to him about how it was made.
Tom Gauld’s new collection of cartoons examines the world of books, from their writing and publication, to how we read and talk about them. Mark Sinclair speaks to the illustrator about coming up with ideas, constructing visual jokes and how, even with a distinctly minimalist approach, there is always a story to tell Tom Gauld’s […]