GUNSHIP - Tech Noir

Written and directed by gross-out claymation master Lee Hardcastle, GUNSHIP's 'Tech Noir' music video features a mix of live-action and stop motion footage centered around a post-apocalyptic future, in which people can insert VHS tapes into their chests and take on the personas of the heroes and villains featured in those films.

In the animated sequences we get to see iconic movie characters pit themselves against one another, with claymation appearances from Robocop, Rocky Balboa, He-Man, Jason Voorhees from 'Friday the 13th Part', an 'Alien' Xenomorph, Leatherface from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hellraiser‘s Pinhead, and rather unexpectedly... Tenderheart Bear from 'Care Bears To The Rescue'!

Daniela Sherer: Blue

"While a man's past experience needs to be surgically removed, somewhere a woman takes a bath and contemplates delicate and pleasurable kinds of pain..."

This latest abstract narrative from indie animator Daniela Sherer is titled 'Blue' and accompanied by an impressive orchestral composition by Duncan Thum (also entitled 'Blue').

Jeroen Ceulebrouck: Oak

"A lonesome woodcutter living a peaceful life in the woods. Although something seems to be a little off. A strange obsession seems to control his everyday life..."

Clinic Presents: Can I Borrow A Feeling?

Cover Image by Charlotte Mei

Alongside Clinic's multi-disciplinary performance events, which aim to integrate poetry with other artistic practices, they occasionally publish books and pamphlets showcasing the best of these collaborations. Their latest anthology 'Clinic Presents: Can I Borrow A Feeling?', named after Kirk Van Houten's demo tape and painfully cringeworthy attempt at reconciling his marriage, is an impressive anthology of poetry and illustration inspired by 'The Simpsons'.

With original contributions by: Ellie Andrews, Dan Barrow, Crispin Best, Amy Blakemore, Harry Burke, Vahni Capildeo, Josh Checkley, Dan Clarke, Sophie Collins, Angela Dalinger, Sam Donsky, Lauren Doughty, Joe Dunthorne, Aisha Franz, Sam Grinberg, Grace Helmer, James Howard, Kirsten Irving, Holly Isemonger, Kevin Jackson, Katie Johnstone, Paul Layzell, Megan Levad, Harriet Lee-Merrion, Charlene Man, Željka Maroševic, Alex MacDonald, Ella McLean, Charlotte Mei, Rebecca Perry, JJ Regan, Jonny Reid, Sam Riviere, Peter Rhodes, Jack Sachs, Jack Taylor, Sam Taylor, Olly Todd, Emily Toder, Jack Underwood, Mark Waldron and James Womack.

Editors: Rachael Allen, Sam Buchan-Watts, Sean Roy Parker, Andrew Parkes

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Lisa Simpson by Jack Sachs

Homer Simpson by Harriet Lee-Merrion

Fred Burdy: Forest Lights

Alone in a petrified, long dead forest, a strange creature looks for a last spark of life...

Mimi Leung: Balls

London-based animator Mimi Leung has unveiled 'Balls', an animated short inspired by athleticism, the sports-loving nature of people and... balls!

Silkie - Love Affair

This new music video for Solomon Rose, more widely known as the London Grime turned Dubstep producer Silkie, is accompanied by another flawless piece of animation from Simon Landrein!

Typical of Simon's recent style this latest video encapsulates an epic sci-fi narrative with an odd smattering of sexually suggestive imagery, all achieved with his trademarked square-framed aspect ratio, a minimal colour palette and a pared-down visual aesthetic.

The Risks Of The Everyday

Accompanied by gorgeously animated visuals from Andrew Khosravani, Jared Diamond shares what he learnt about risk and everyday life from the tribes of Papua New Guinea.

Pullitzer Prize-winner Jared Diamond discusses how insights from the lifestyles of far-removed cultures can impact the way we think about our own lives. Is it worth worrying about the risk of everyday actions like falling in the shower or tripping on the street? Each time you do these things, the risk of mishap is low, but we do them every single day. Over time, does that mean these tiny risks accumulate to become almost inevitable?

Delta Heavy - Ghost

Delta Heavy's animated music video, for their new single 'Ghost', features an endless stream of computer-based nostalgia for users of Windows operating systems.

Remember Clippit, the irritatingly chirpy paper clip that endless popped up to offer unsolicited advice on writing a letter? The video humorously follows this renowned 90's icon from contemplating suicide in the dark recesses of forgotten software, through 20 years of digital progress, before finally seeing him hack into the global network and wreaking his terrible revenge.

Earl Sweatshirt - Off Top

Earl Sweatshirt has unveiled an animated music video for his track 'Off Top', which comes from his album 'I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside'. The Ralph Bakshi inspired visuals, depicting Earl travelling through an increasingly hostile city complete with rabid dogs, masked assailants and porcine police officers, were directed by Taylor Johnson and animated by Alex Barrella, Taylor Johnson & Tara Sinn.

Late Night Work Club: Strangers

It has been nearly two years since the Late Night Work Club blew our minds with their outstanding animated collection of 'Ghost Stories'! We're unbelievably excited to hear that, with an amended line-up of animators, the LNWC will return with a second anthology under the title 'Strangers'.

Featuring new work by: Jake Armstrong, Sean Buckelew, Nicolas Menard, Kirsten Lepore, Conor Finnegan, Alex Grigg, Jeanette Bonds, Moth Collective, Sara Pocock, Kyle Mowat, Eamonn O'neill, Charles Huettner, Loup Blaster, Caleb Wood, Olivia Huynh, Scott Benson + others.

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Hiraoka Masanobu: My New Animation

'My New Animation' is the latest mind-meltingly surreal and fluid short from Japanese animator Hiraoka Masanobu. Despite it's unimaginative title, the animation still remains as incredible as ever!

Will Blood: Book Of Bare Bones

Like a macabre taxidermist, Brighton-based artist Will Blood has skeletonised all of your favourite cartoon characters into a fantastic series of 'Bare Bones' illustrations.

Based on their online popularity, Will has decided to publish a book collating all the characters drawn to date. 'The Book of Bare Bones' Kickstarter campaign launched on the 16/07/15 and was fully funded within 48 hours! With the pledged amount already exceeding £3000, there is still plenty of time to bag yourself a copy along with a variety of other rewards, including stickers, postcards, pin badges, prints and even original drawings!

Every pledge of £5 or more will receive a signed and embossed copy of the book. The publication is likely to take the form of an A5 booklet, featuring a embossed glossy black cover and approximately 40 pages containing the following characters: Spongebob Squarepants, Mickey Mouse, Finn & Jake, Yosemite Sam, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Popeye, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, Scooby Doo, Ray Man, Mario, Sonic The Hedgehog, Earl Lemongrab, Pikachu, Beavis & Butthead, Pac-Man, Peppa Pig, Smurfette, Totoro, Hello Kitty, Felix The Cat, My Little Pony, Roger, Ren & Stimpy, Betty Boop, Minion, Garfield, Cartman, Stewie Griffin, Taz, Moogle, Lord Nibbler, Leela, Link, Marvin the Martian, Elmer Fudd, The Great Gazoo, Plankton, Tom & Jerry, Pinky and the Brain and more!


We first encountered the zany work of independent Japanese animator Kohei Yoshino in a music video for PACO, which featured a distinctive style of GC animation devoid of shading, lighting and outlines, focusing purely on colour, shape and movement.

This new music video, a collaboration with Osaka-based minimal dance outfit NETWORKS and their track 'SIZQ', features a similar aesthetic and a beautifully surreal narrative centered around a pair of humanoid-microorganisms. 

Dono: Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki

French animator Dono pays tribute to Hayao Miyazaki by seamlessly blending 2D animation elements spanning Miyazaki's accomplished career, including everything from the pre-Ghibli 'Castle Of Cagliostro' right up to 'The Wind Rises', alongside his own Ghibli-esque 3D environments!

It works surprisingly well as a celebration of the characters and landscapes from the beloved Japanese master, blending the varied Studio Ghibli output into one cohesive whole.

Rory Waudby-Tolley: TUSK

Rory Waudby-Trolley's 'TUSK' tells the tragic tale of a mammoth defrosted into an unrecognizable future. Forced to live like her evolved decedents... walk upright, cut her hair, wear clothes and get a job, she yearns for her ancient herd lost in a snow storm hundreds of thousands of years earlier.

Malcolm Sutherland: Deathsong

'Deathsong' by Canadian animator Malcolm Sutherland depicts the final meditative moments of a Buddhist Monk. In his vision his body begin to lose cohesion and form, he envisions reaching into a dark primordial ooze which makes his flesh wither and die, before final birthing new life in the form of a single plant seed!