Armand Filmalter and Stephen van Wyk graduated from The Animation School at the end of last year, and Drawn was their final project.
Richard Bolland is an animator, motion graphics artist, illustrator and filmmaker based in Cape Town with an affinity for colourful flat imagery.
Good news! Since the last time we spoke about it, Snailboy – An Epic Adventure has launched and is now available for iOS.
What happens when Ben Rausch and Matt McFarlane decide to pair up and form an illustration/animation company? Cool Your Jets, of course.
Triggerfish Animation Studios are releasing their 2nd animated feature film in 3D in SA cinemas in October this year. The film, set and made in South Africa, is called Khumba.
Blast Radius Paris enlisted the help of local companies Am I Collective and Sea Monster to bring this Twitter campaign for France’s M6 Mobile to life.
Local comedy duo Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues have responded to How Animals Eat Their Food with the animated, How Humans Eat Their Food.
Baked Ginger have made this beautiful video for a product that wouldn’t usually have the most visually-appealing advertising. In doing so they’ve produced a great example of creating something worth watching no matter the brand you’re working with.
Mike Scott’s busy drawings need a proper staring at to notice everything going on in his highly detailed, overpopulated worlds.
Cape Town based, freelance 2D animator and graphic designer, Megan Abbott, has recently launched her showreel, offering a glimpse into the projects she’s worked on over the last three years.
Local animation boutique, Toon53, released this pilot yesterday for their animated series, “The Weird World of Nox and Harper.”
Lung Animation spent 3 months producing this new music video for The Parlotones’ track ‘Honey Spiders’.
Orijin put together a team of world class animators to create this 60 second “Transformers” SuperSport brand ad.
This animated piece is the official music video for SA jazz band, Breakfast Included’s track ‘Wanna be Loved’.
Barnacles Creative made this piece called DoomBoom Rocket as an experimental animation. It’s set to the music of Casio Kids.