Posts tagged 'Hand Drawn'


Celyn Brazier directed and animated this video for Wagon Christ, one of the many aliases of Luke Francis Vibert and an arrow in the reliably excellent Ninja Tune quiver, with some help from his colleagues at Nexus Productions. Perfect for a late-night-chilled-out-full-screened-headphones-on session of reflection and relaxation. Cheers!

[ Wagon Christ Chunkothy Promo (official music video) ]

Wail to God

Anthony F. Schepperd (of ‘The Music Scene’ fame) created another stunning video for Ninja Tune, this time for Philadelphia-based Ape School.

NSFW WARNING: There’s nothing especially naughty about this video, but I imagine your boss would frown on you watching anything with large towers comprised only of breasts while on the clock.

[ 'Wail to God' Music Video ]

Fantastic Planet

Master Iller took some visuals from René Laloux and Roland Topor’s 1973 Cannes Film Festival special jury prize winning trip-fest, La Planète Sauvage and set it to Yes‘s epic 1971 psychedelic rambler Starship Tropper. It’s vintage good times, folks!

Thanks for sending it in, Master Iller!

[ Yes - Fantastic Planet ]

Put It Back Down

This bizarre wonderland of trippy visuals for ‘Put It Back Down’ by Seymour Bits was conceived and directed by Michiel ten Horn and Maarten J. Berkers. Lights down, sound up, trip-out. Enjoy!

[ Seymour Bits - Put It Back Down ]

Bat For Lashes

Robin and Julia from Treat Studios created these visuals to be projected behind Natasha Khan (a.k.a. Bat For Lashes) as she performed on stage with a string quartet.  I bet it was an amazing.

[ Bat For Lashes visuals ]


This short film by Malcolm Sutherland is about, “an explorer [who] adventures into an unknown world, yet it seems that he has been there before.

Many thanks goes to ‘The Baldness’ for sending it in for our perusal. Cheers!

[ Umbra (HD - 2010) ]

Introduction by Rinat Gazizov

“Back in my day, we had to animate weird stuff by hand!” -Rinat Gazizov

The above isn’t actually a quote from Mr. Gazizov but they just don’t make ‘em quite like this anymore.

A big thanks goes to Alex Delogu for the heads-up...cheers!  (By the looks of his tumblr, you can tell he’s a kindred spirit.)

[ Introduction - Animation - Rinat Gazizov (1992) ]