Distúrbio de Déficit de Atenção, by Ryotiras.
Notes about cartoon
Some kind guy named Thom Buchanan has created a blog where he’s posting high-res scans of the daily and Sunday strips of Walt Kelly’s Pogo from the 1966 “Pogo in Pandemonia” storyline (one of the lesser-known and stranger bits from the comic, it’s set in a Lost World type locale instead of the usual Okefenokee swamp). Excellent. Now where’s that Fantagraphics set?
This new series of promos by Pepper Melon reminds me of the good ol’ days when MTV was running experimental stuff like Liquid Television and the more subversive late-night blocks of animation with Ren & Stimpy, MTV Oddities, The Maxx, and The Brothers Grunt (maybe not so much that last one…). If Cartoon Network’s ditching cartoons, maybe the more artful ones can migrate back to MTV (which stopped caring about the M part of its name way before most Spongebob watchers were born anyhow, as the cliche goes). See the rest at Cartoon Brew.
Static: an Interactive Approach to Animation by Jack Lykins. Using a turntable and midi-controller via Max/MSP Jitter to drive the playback of an animation sequence. (via Cartoon Brew)
A Disney party invitation now belonging to Hans Perk of the A. Film L.A. blog. So much good stuff going on here: the best version of Mickey, the great hand-lettering, that the invitation is in Mickey’s “voice”… (via Cartoon Brew)
I love Edo-era art and cartooning. Hard to imagine doing this with a woodblock! Image found on the always-great BibliOdyssey, also available on Flickr.