Animated Review

  1. Laura Bird was commissioned by Anthropologie to make 345 hand-made mugs for the 2014 Holiday Season. As they were being packed away to be shipped, we photographed all of them for this animation.

    The mugs can be purchased here from the Anthropologie Website:

    More of Laura's work can be seen on and

    Mugs by Laura Bird for Anthropologie

    Animation and Music by Daniel Britt

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  2. Jungl helps its users to discover apps based on their personal taste. We were influenced by King kong universe and tell a story where Jungl helps him to find the ideal woman and live a perfect romance...

    Directed by
    Julien Nantiec & Cyril Izarn

    Kyle Strope

    Julien Nantiec & Cyril Izarn

    Music & sound design : Thomatome

    Client: Jungl

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    This is the first (of four) animated sequence we've created with Yapiko animation for the french movie « Lou! Journal infime » by Julien Neel.

    The purpose of those sequences scattered throughout the movie is to materialize the inner world of Lou’s mother character. In the novel she’s writing, she tells the adventures of Sidera, her fantasy alter ego.

    Script: Baptiste Gaubert (Gobi), Julien Neel
    Music: Julien Di Caro, Erik Sitbon, Yves Bigerel, Baptiste Gaubert
    Graphic development, art direction, storyboards & animatics, supervision: Catfish Deluxe
    2D Animation: Yapiko Animation
    2D Inbetween+color: Graphinica
    BG artist: Yann Le Gall
    Chief Compositing, 3D modeling, rigging and CG animation: Michel Pecqueur

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  4. Merry Christmas and A Happy 2015!

    Animation + Design: Lucas Zanotto
    Music + Sound Design: Ulrich Troyer

    Produced by Passion Pictures and YATATOY.

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  5. The denizens of Crowded amble through their ever-expanding habitat seemingly oblivious to their mutating landscape – while the voyeur sits back and inhales the swarming scenery.

    The convivial tone veils the dystopian message of the narrative. Cranes, trains and automobiles instil a sense of constant industry – as the populous swells upwards, outwards, downwards and inwards – contorting and adapting – forcing the inhabitants to recast themselves.

    Direction, Animation, Set Design:
    Andrew Khosravani ( & Cristina Florit Gomila (

    Sound Design: Dylan Leadley-Watkins (Linkedin;

    Music: Maria Florit

    Words by Megan Conery

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