Videos

  • Advertooing (Venture Heads)

    Venture Heads is our new series about Silicon Valley VCs and Kool-Aid drinking startups. In this episode, Dunbar passionately pushes to fund several wacky startups, including Advertooing!


  • Spinning Art


  • Guinea Pigs (Venture Heads)

    Venture Heads is our series about Silicon Valley VCs and Kool-Aid drinking startups. In this episode, a renowned scientist pitches our illustrious VCs, Chad and Albert, a new performance-enhancing drug for startup CEOs.


  • Youth Worship (Venture Heads)

    Venture Heads is our series about Silicon Valley VCs and Kool-Aid drinking startups. In this episode, our illustrious VCs, Chad and Albert, receive a pitch from someone over 40 years old. Oy vey!


  • Holy Moly (Venture Heads)

    Venture Heads is our series about Silicon Valley VCs and Kool-Aid drinking startups. In this episode, a startup founder pitches our illustrious VCs, Chad and Albert, a new app that allows people to pay for prayers.


  • “Mooon” by James Kwan


  • “Money Bunny Blues” by Ellen Coons

    “Money Bunny Blues” was created by Ellen Coons of Detroit’s College for Creative Studies. This stop motion short is both quirky and idiosyncratic. We love Ellen’s handmade universe replete with coins, fruit and household objects, like candy, playing cards, etc.


  • Brats by Ian Cheng

    Ian Cheng’s creative use of motion capture is a lot of fun. Cheng says of his first commissioned piece:

    “For Brats, I used a familiar animated narrative– hapless hunter vs. terroristic rabbit– as a format to grow a garden of signature motions. This collection of motions becomes material to recompose a new non-narrative choreography that animates the bodies of Liars. The Brats video documents this entropic haunting– from the ingredients of familiar meaning arises the terror of reckless non-meaning. A dog wanders indifferently through the animation, true to its nature.”


  • Two Dogs waiting to Get Served

    Two dogs waiting patiently to get served in restaurant. Yet, in spite of waiting, they never get anything to drink. Honestly, no animals were harmed in making this video. The dogs loved it! They are best friends and really like getting all the attention.


  • Tap To Retry by Neta Cohen

    We’re seeing a lot of good animations coming out of Israel these days! Neta Cohen’s wild “Tap To Retry” is a wonderful mix of stop-motion paper and dazzling eye-candy. Cohen graduated from the department of visual communication at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem recently.


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