THE COMIC THAT FRENCHES YOUR MIND (2008)
by Bruce Bickford
Morphing beasts, junkies, and Davy Crockett tourists take the screen among other puzzling characters in this twisting pencil line animation.
COPENHAGEN CYCLES (2004)
by Eric Dyer
Using a vast assortment of hand-made zoetropes, Dyer pieces together a fluid portrait of his home-city.
THE MOUNTAIN WHERE EVERYTHING IS UPSIDE DOWN (2005)
by Shana Moulton
n anxiety-ridden hypochondriac explores her collection of nick-knacks in a surreal workout room.
GYLDEN LOAD (2007)
A load of halloween monsters freak each other out in a strobing cacophany.
LICH PIERCER (2004)
by Adrian Freeman
Costumed warriors battle digital avatars in a series of enigmatic rituals.
by Timo Katz
A cookie-cutter subdivision is cut up and reconstructed in a string of digital beats.
by Ola Vasiljeva
A 5-part portrait of MJ that unlocks the pop stars many mythological abilites.
THE MOSCHOPS (1999)
by Jim Trainor
Crude marker drawings depict the slow existential lives of a prehistoric animal herd.
An endless hypercolor big bang.
LOOP FROM MUTO (2008)
A looping segement from Blu's most epic stop-motion graffitti animation.
AMALGAMIDE TIDE (2007)
by Taras Hrabowsky
Stuck in an enormous cyclone of people.
DUDULUP 01 (2008)
by Peter Burr
36 colors on 294 pages mark a senseless journey through television sets, volcanic islands, and other peculiar icons.
MZ MNNZN (2008)
by Christopher Doulgeris
A puzzling exploration of a mystery castle maze.
DOWNWARD DOG (2007)
by Josh Mannis
A cartoon dog-man performs his yoga routine in endless repetition.
by Lief Hall
3D software stretched to its limit, twisting magic eye monsters with burnt-out landscapes and rapid-fire strobes.