Studio Pupil sent out a happy new year card featuring two slices of bread, wishing friends and colleagues a 2017 full of love.
Dutch television show Topdoks used animated fragments throughout its episodes to explain and entertain. This fragment: What do your brains do when you’re studying?
While browsing the bookstore 19-year-old Gwen is unexpectedly drawn to a volume of kinky erotica, in this film directed by Dario van Vree. Take a look behind the scenes at tabook.nl
De Boterhamshow, a daily talk show for young kids, features a short playful animation every day.
A collection of colourful and smooth references to the human body opened all episodes of Dutch television series Topdoks, aimed at 8 to 12-year-old kids.
An excited bus drive entails while ‘The Wheels On The Bus’ plays in this music video created for Sesame Street, co-directed with illustrator Ineke Goes.
As part of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Paulo the Parrot teaches children aged 3 to 7 about linguistics and mathematics through the wonders of art.
Interviews with the Dutch Ballet Orchestra combined with elegant visuals made for a compelling short film, celebrating and promoting the Orchestra’s anniversary.
Promoting their involvement in the unique Hieronymus Bosch exhibit that took place in 2016, Dutch bank Rabobank treated their viewers to a series of fun facts around Bosch.
Animated fragments informed and entertained the viewers throughout episodes of Hart voor de Zaak, a Dutch television series on entrepreneurship.
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