Even if it is a post a few years old, I am ever so grateful to Alexander at Book Graphics for his magnificent post about the gorgeous illustrations of Rockwell Kent in the 1930's book version.
I saw this animation while in Annecy 2017, it was part of a celebration of Japanese animation from the last 100 years. The introduction was by a lovely old French woman that curated the event, unfortunately I was not able to follow her French, but her selection of old animations, including beautiful cut out animations for children featuring a little sheep were impeccable.
Fantastic tilework and designs by architect Rainer g. Rümmler, which feature in an article in The Guardian about Berlin's colourful charcaters and on the inspired Designboom site, confidence? I think not....
A vintage treasure trove of drawing tips and techniques, straight for the 'Mad Men' art department, this is fascinating reading into how these artists executed their highly skilled illustrations, thank you to the Temple of the Seven Golden Camels Blogspot and David R Stong's post for the enlightening content.
Peacefully, from the new Amnesty animation, with @bobbypola and Robert-Jonathan Koeyers, @ioocollective.com sign petition at: https://www.amnesty.org/…/ca…/2016/08/syria-torture-prisons/ instagram.com/cesdavolio #animation #animated @amnesty #syria