Beginning this september, he’ll be the next to take the reigns of their weekly serial comic strip.
Here’s hoping he implicates the rest of the NBA’s piston-haters.
I love that they found ‘company line’ comments on the significance of changing the type to a serif font.
Using the length of shadows as the variable in a dynamic billboard. A simple, resourceful and effective solution.
To my mind, some of the reader feedback offers a more convincing hypothesis than the linked article: the character’s faces aren’t animated, which doesn’t allow for ‘in between’ emotions – they’re all distinct.
This is exactly the sort of article on an obscure topic I could get obsessed with writing and never finish, so I’m glad someone else did it.
Somehow I missed this when it was making the rounds. It’s bizarre to see the last panel of the October 18th strip in light of how protective Disney is of their characters.
Really nicely done, directed by a guy named Price James.
The ‘Game & Watch’ inspired animations illustrating the early history of the company are particularly well done.
A whole heap of Gondry’s signature visual tricks packed into a minute-long ad, supposedly directed by his brother.