Duck Amuck by Chuck Jones

Duck Amuck is an American animated cartoon short directed by Chuck Jones and produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons. The short film was released in early 1953 by The Vitaphone Corporation, the short subject division of Warner Bros., as part of the Merrie Melodies series. It stars Daffy Duck, who is tormented by a seemingly sadistic, unseen animator, who constantly changes Daffy’s locations, clothing, voice, physical appearance and even shape, much to Daffy’s aggravation and rage. Pandemonium reigns throughout the cartoon as Daffy attempts to steer the action back to some kind of normality, only for the animator to either ignore him or, more frequently, to over-literally interpret his increasingly frantic demands. In the end, the tormenting animator is revealed to be Bugs Bunny.

Dive in by Gasta

Dive in – An illustrated tale is an underwater journey, through revolving landscapes and unexpected monsters, a world of breathing caves and valleys, tiny fishes and huge, hiding whales. Made with a set of 33 looping gifs.
Taking inspiration from my favourite designers of all time, Fortunato Depero, Enzo Mari, Bruno Munari, i tried to create, like them, an uncommon product for children and grown ups.

Dive in – An illustrated tale

Dark Room by Pedro Allevato

Dark Room is a reflection about relationships. The hero of this project revisits some old photos and start to be hunted by the ghost of his ex-girlfriend. The film also talks about how memories and photographies might not show what really happens between couples. In other words, Happiness does not exist without sadness and sadness does not exist without happiness.

Making of

Infinite Patterns by Cristóbal Vila

Spanish animator/illustrator Cristóbal Vila uncovers the intricate beauty of life by dissecting geometric concepts including polygonal tessellation, the golden angle, Islamic tiling, and the four nitrogenous bases of DNA.
Cristóbal Vila: “This is a new personal project that seeks to establish connections between various fields that interest me deeply: geometry, and how it appears linked to nature, on the one hand, and to art and architecture, on the other; raising relations between all of them.”

Behind the Scenes

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