Le Balayeur (The Street Sweeper) is a French animated short from 1990 by Serge Elissalde. It appeared on MTV's Liquid Television. The style is sketchy and raw. It tells the story of a grumpy street sweeper. To keep his street clean, he pushes garbage, dirt, people, and cars down a drain hole. When a child loses her ball inside of the drain, he begins fishing everything out to help her. Watch it to find out what happens next.
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The Flying Luna Clipper (フライング ルナ クリッパー) is a 1987 short film created by Kan Tsuzurahara on an 8-bit MSX2 computer—a peculiar masterpiece of animation produced with strikingly limited tools. Matt Sephton: To me the piece feels like an extended intro sequence to a non-existent video game, a strange visual novel on automatic playback, a… READ THE REST
If you enjoy animation, a wild selection of veterans and emerging cartoonists are on Instagram. Back in the pre-internet days, if you wanted to get a peek inside an artist's sketchbook, you had to know them personally. Instagram cartoonists typically turn their creativity towards making artistic mashups of disparate styles or franchises, and Kev Craven… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Email. We need it to function in modern society, right? So why didn't anyone teach us how to manage our inboxes in school? Now that our own kitchen appliances are sending us… READ THE REST