Here are the sports you'll see at this summer's big sporting event, in a glorious 8-bit montage. Produced by Flikli (flikli.com)
UPDATED for 2014 - see the Winter-themed sequel: vimeo.com/flikli/winter8bit
Cycling (Mountain Bike)
Quite possibly the strangest pixel spots I directed for the Bell Campaign at Global Mechanic. Nothing quite like a chunky pixel-style musical replete with singing animals, lollipops and rabies!
Your life sucks, try Super Life!
Super Life let's you experience an entire life time in 46 seconds! From your very first steps to your very last, see all the thrills of adolescence, the decisions of adulthood and the joys of retirement! Coming soon to arcades and home entertainment systems everywhere. Maybe.
(Watch on your Iphone 5 or other smartphone in portrait mode, it fits perfectly!)
This is a tweaked version of a piece I made for the 80-ft. tall screen outside the Boston Convention Center in South Boston. It will be playing during this year's PAX East convention starting April 11th - 13th.
For more information, visit exmortisfilms.com and follow me at twitter.com/dankanemoto.
A series of retro "8 bit"-style bumpers for Nickelodeon's most popular cartoon series, featuring SpongeBob SquarePants, Kung Fu Panda, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more!
Animated by Daniel M. Kanemoto for Nickelodeon.
Duck is a non-gender-specific duck, and Andy is a non-species-specific animal.
Together they are Duck and Andy.
This is the Duck and Andy Show.
Pixel animation, 2013
Direction, design, script, sound: Sally Stevens
Additional pixel realisation: Edward Nottingham
Animation assistant: Sophie Gate
Supported by the Nat Cohen Scholarship
Give us your blocks, your cross-stitch, your 8bit 80s and 16bit video game style animation yearning to be viewed. We love the low rez.
None of that polished high resolution anti-aliased shiny CGI here, we like it chunky!
Currated by Nathaniel Akin - you can find my pixel work at riotsquad.tv/style/pixel/