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SPECTRUM: Algernon Quashie

In this issue of SPECTRUM, Lilian Darmono chats with Algernon Quashie about challenging the status quo and drawing on music as a creative advantage

Will winning the lottery make you happy?

Allen Laseter has set the bar quite high on what someone can produce on their own. In this Motionographer Q&A, we find out about the production of Allen's new film for Ted-Ed as well as what the animation scene is like down in Memph...

Analogue Loaders

About the idea This short film is Raphael Vangelis animated autobiography. He spends most of my life swearing at the computer because it’s crashed or isn’t working. Here, well known digital symbols are turned into something analogue and playful. Show More Summary


Find out more about this beautiful project on Ash’s site here.

Too old for mograph?

Ever wonder where all the old people are in the motion design industry? Don't worry, you're not alone. Luckily, in this month's Guest Post, Joey Korenman dives deep into this age-old question.

Love Is Love

From the release This Valentine’s Day, Australian director Kyra Bartley invited celebrated artists, illustrators and animators from around the world to contribute to the creation of Love Is Love, a provocative and collaborative animation project celebrating the beauty of unconditional love. Show More Summary

The Helfende Hand Awards

Be sure to check out the making of and the rest of the series below: Making of: Innovative Concepts: Support for Voluntary Work: Special Award:

Andrew Vucko and “The Power of Like”

In this post by Toronto-based director, designer, and animator Andrew Vucko we get a glimpse into the thoughts and process behind his new film, "The Power of Like".

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