SNDAY MRNING XPREZ
INVERSION LAYER (EXCERPT)
A fast-moving pencil line-animation in which Bickford relentlessly transforms human figures and faces into peculiar beasts, burgers, and other oddities.
| Christopher Doulgeris
Colorful cartoon waterfalls with no bottom.
TUGGING THE WORM
A dark allegory that takes place in a utopian society dominated by militaristic landmarks and flashy billboards.
Using a vast assortment of hand-made zoetropes, Dyer pieces together a fluid portrait of his home-city.
E*Rock + Mumbleboy
One day in the life of a superhero who has the power to change heads.
WALK FOR WALK
A colourful tripped out animated landscape filled with catchy songs, eyeball kicks, goofball characters, and a great variety of babies: Warm Baby! Mister Baby! Rich Baby! And more!
A deep optical illusion set to the music of Black Dice.
Self consuming pop starts playfully meditate on a their own spectatorship via cell phones.
A cookie-cutter subdivision is cut up and reconstructed in a string of digital beats.
This collection of animated doodles captures the puzzling perversion of middle school years.
TELL MUMSY I LOVE HER
This is what happens when the Hollywood filter is taken off Canadian culture after 100 years of fermentation.
A series of paper cut-out vignettes crudely portray pop icons exhibiting crude behavior.
WHISPERING PINES 4
Part 4 from her extended series of shorts featuring Cynthia, an anxiety-ridden hypochondriac played by the artist. This episode explores the golden ratio through healing hands.
A hypnotic Rorschach assault of melting colors that mesmerizes your cones and rods.
I WILL TRUCK
A single movement displaced from the Dirty Projectors' animated opera about Don Henley.
MICHAEL JACKSON TEACHING BIRDS TO SING
Taken from a 5-part portrait of MJ, this chapter reveals the pop stars magical ability to commune with nature.
David Anderson, karen Aqua, Craig Bartlett, Elizabeth Buttler, Paul Driessen, Tom Gasek, Joan Gratz, Christine Panushka, Joanna Priestley, and Marv Newland all use candy as their animation medium of choice.