The Japanese Popstars - Let Go from David Wilson on Vimeo.

Directed by David Wilson
Production Company: Colonel Blimp
Client: Virgin Records/EMI Music
September 2010
Winner of Best Animated Video - Antville Awards 2010, inclusion in the Creative Review Annual 2011, Awarded ‘In-Book’ by D&AD

Directed by David Wilson
Produced by Serena Noorani and Tamsin Glasson at Colonel Blimp
Commissioned by Nicola Brown for Virgin/EMI
Primary Illustrator - Keaton Henson
Secondary Illustrators - David Wilson and Andres Guzman
Drawn Animation - Malcolm Draper, Matt Lloyd, Ed Suckling, Toby Jackman, Elena Pomares, David Wilson, Jamie Page
Flash Animation - Michael Zauner, John Malcolm Moore, Ed Suckling, Toby Jackman, Elena Pomares, Andrew Clarke
After Effects Compositing and Effects - Andy Montague via The Mill
Colouring - Christopher Wright, Sally Hancox, Zoe Hough, Alex Simpson, Josh Stocker


MTV Adrenaline Rush - Bike
Lead Creative Direction: VIMN MTV World Design Studio, Milan
Creative Director: Roberto Bagatti
Associate Creative Director: Anna Caregnato
Art Director: Heric Abramo
Senior Producer: Cristina Mazzocca
Coordinator: Beatrice Cardile
Production Company: Mathematic/UFO
Director : UFO (FX Pourre)
Creative Producer : Rebecca Rice
Designer / Illustrator : Gerhard Human
Post Production : Mathematic (
Modelling 3D : Yann Glica, Farid Dridi
Rigging : Sebastien Eballard, Simon Reynaud
2D animation : Laurent Box, Ruben Sellem, Nicolas Toujan
3D animation : Sebastien Eballard, Nicolas Dabos
Compositing : Emeric Samier, Maeva Sol, FX Pourre
Rendering : FX Pourre, Emeric Samier
Sound Design + Music : AOC Production
Compositors : Fabrice Smadja, Pascal Ebony

Fabergé Fractals – Subblue”

Also known as Subblue, Tom Beddard is an English artist fascinated by the aesthetics and complexity of fractal figures, with rendering obtained in 3D. The result is “Fabergé Fractals”, beautiful and strange images and also a video that are to be discovered in the future.

(Fuente: asylum-art, vía telecomixda)


Playing pretend never gets old. When we’re adults, we tend to limit it to daydreaming, but when we’re kids? We interact with our environment and pretend to be our heroes and favorite characters. Tree branches become lightsabers, or a trash can becomes a perfect substitute for R2-D2′s body. Everything is about playing. Artist Craig Davison captures those moments perfectly with his shadow series.

(vía violentnewcontinent)




Angelarium by Peter Mohrbacher


More: | Angels | Random |

I keep telling people that angels aren’t cute, fluffy beings, but are really scary as hell.

Maybe they’ll believe me now…

these are wonderful, I can’t decide which one is my favorite

(vía zuppadivetro)



Space Pirate Captain Harlock - Trailer

Que rayada de película *^* La recomiendo, es genial<3