Well, what a treat this is. Gorillaz are back and so, of course, is Jamie Hewlett's wonderful cartoon version of the band. Murdoc, 2D, Noodle and Russel are at once familiar, but Hewlett never lets things stay entirely the same. There's always a slight variation on what's gone before - and this in this case he's managed to go both forward and back.
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Strange Beast director I Saw John First has directed the first video released as part of Jack Steadman’s surprise solo project, Mr Jukes. It captures the joy and exuberance of the collaboration between Jack and BJ The Chicago Kid, bursting in colours and fizzing with energetic transformations.
This is a film by Michael Gugger that transforms the performance of dancer Jon Ole Olstad in the digital domain, and in doing so explores the curiosity of the human spirit.
Will Cummock and Speech Debelle collaborate on this deeply personal stop-motion archive video.
Bruno Mars keeps it simple but utterly captivating for the video for That’s What I Like, directed by Jonathan Lia and Mars: he commands the screen from start to finish, with some hand-drawn animations relating to the lyrics adding the only flourishes to the natural Mars charisma and fancy footwork.
Following their recent Creator's Project feature, digital artists Pussykrew take us on a sensually visual journey through levels of live action and CGI.
Serpentine provides us with an intimate sci-fi story, where Oyinda transcends into an alternative virtual reality.
Mustashrik delivers a bold video game-inspired animation for Jaguar Skills.