Kennedy the dog doesn’t greet his owner after her morning shower, and for a reason.
Andrew Thomas Huang took a break from his more welcoming and polished visual effects style employed in music video projects for Björk, Atoms for Peace, and Sigur Rós. In this short he creates a hellish digital afterlife separated into nine levels.
It’s been a while since we’ve featured one of the eyebending hallucinations uploaded by YouTube sensation “.” He calls this one “experiments in ovine geometry.”
After a paranormal experience, a woman gives her sister and niece a surprise visit, and it becomes immediately clear something is terribly wrong…
Content Warning: This short contains brief language and nudity.
A father reaches for his opportunity at revenge on a man that smells of fried fish.
Content Warning: This short contains violent imagery.
Here’s some background noise to turn on while you’re beginning to view yourself in third-person.
Aria Covamonas made this wild cut-out animation to accompany the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra’s performance of “The Carnival of the Animals” by Camille Saint-Saëns. The union is fitting and plenty weird.
Convicted murderer, Willie Bingham faces a newly enacted form of capital punishment.
Content Warning: This short contains violent and disturbing images.
Artist and musician Chad VanGaalen labored for two years to create a long-form improvised animation, and in the process learned, “why you should get into something with a clear idea in mind”. To the right person, this lack of clarity is actually among the short’s strengths. It’s less about a hero’s journey, and more about space-traveling aliens doing who knows what.