December 15th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
(Linda Beck) Production Art from Fran Krause‘s Award-Winning Animatied Short, Nosy Bear. Original Fran Krause Painting 1: Original Fran Krause Painting 2: Fran even classes up his items by providing frames! Auction Note: These items will each be auctioned separately.
December 14th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
December 13th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
(Linda Beck) An entire book, filled with yesses and Elliot Cowan drawings. Splendid!
December 12th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
December 12th, 2011 by Emmett | 1 Comment »
Orbis Park is a double dedication: 1 to classical animation, and 2 to New York City. Andrew Kaiko’s pursuit of classical character animation during such a trying time for New York’s animation industry culminates in this film. The inspiration of New York and Central Park is not only evident, but also very affectionate. The setting has just as many colorful characters as you would find during a stroll through the heart of Manhattan. The film […]
December 11th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
(Linda Beck) Thanks to Curious Pictures, for this terrific addition to our catalogue!!
December 10th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
(Linda Beck) Original 3.5″ resin figurine by amazing animator and artist, Jared Deal. “He is called timber the forest spirit. i had a whole story that went along with him. He is a boy ghost that wanders the forest but wears animal masks to try to fit in and not scare the animals.”
December 9th, 2011 by Linda | No Comments »
(Linda Beck) THESE ARE AMAZING!!!!!
December 8th, 2011 by dayna | No Comments »
On December 20, 2011, ASIFA-East will hold its highly anticipated Animation Art Auction to benefit our upcoming Animation Festival & Awards Ceremony. Stay tuned to the aNYmator for the latest teasers on the hot items in our auction! These make the best one-of-a-kind holiday gifts! The auction is a chance for the animation community to own a piece of animation history for an affordable price, hence ASIFA-East’s STRICT NO DEALER POLICY! Dealers of animation art […]
December 4th, 2011 by Richard | No Comments »
An ASIFA Interview by Richard Gorey This month in our continuing series of visits with New York animation professionals we’re chatting with Jane Wu, whose short film, Book Girl and Cabinet Girl, has been making an impression at festival screenings. The film is a gentle and offbeat animated parable about friendship. I asked Jane if it was a personal story. “It is, in fact, autobiographical,” Jane says. “The idea started with a doodle of a […]