The Diver, a short story by We Are Batch TV, looks at the struggle that many face to do what they truly love.
AHEM! is South Africa’s first gallery dedicated to illustration, concept art and animation. Read our quick interview with its founders.
Based on the much-loved children’s book, ‘Stick Man’ is a festive tale brought to life by Cape Town based animation studio, Triggerfish.
Jean-Pierre Le Roux’s creations leap off the screen with ultra-real textures, light and colours. Come step into the world of 3D graphics.
Triggerfish are at the forefront of animation in South Africa. We chatted to them about the process of getting their stories screen-ready.
Written by Carl Stemmet, ‘Systraat’ is making TV history by being SA’s first animated sitcom and the first SABC show to premiere on YouTube.
Using puppetry, shadow-play and dark sand on a light box as ‘ink’, Dryfsand ingeniously creates beautifully evocative monochrome sand drawings set to live musical soundscapes.
Triggerfish Animation Studios has established The Story Lab, which aims to give Africa’s most talented storytellers the opportunity to develop their ideas.
Because cracking a rotten egg into a batch of perfectly good ones is no-one’s idea of a good time, Studio Bolland initiated and produced ‘Do It Yourselfie’ – a sweet series of bite-size DIY videos.
Created by Shy the Sun, ‘The Curse of the Sad Mummy’ follows the perpetually lonely Amumu as he embarks on an unfruitful journey to find friends.
Kariba is a modern African fairytale inspired by a mixture of historical events, African folklore and pure imagination. It’s a proposed feature-length animated film developed in house by the Blue Forest Collective.
Whether for print or bouncing across a screen, the characters created by Lung Animation are full of life.
An 80s animation inspired music video, a debut experimental rap project and a story about a zombie apocalypse in the Karoo.
‘The Babble Creek Monster’ is a brilliant 2D short animated by Radio, based on an original story written by Walmart employee Eric S Brown.
In today’s weekly Oh Wow! round-up we’re sharing some great posters for a multi-lingual performance, new local tunes and colourful collage artworks.