Cooking with blocks!

Cooking with blocks!

Cash for crap

Cash for crap

Men’s Health // How a Bean Becomes a Fart from Giant Ant on Vimeo.

Well, we’ve always wondered how this happens. And now we know, thanks to Men’s Health Magazine asking us to bring Rami’s amazing infographic to life. Open a can of beans and follow along.

Client: Men’s Health Magazine
Creative Director: Thomas O’Quinn
Illustrator: Rami Niemi

Directed by Giant Ant
Producer: Cory Philpott
Animation: Jorge R. Canedo Estrada, Lucas Brooking, Matt James

The Future of Hackathons


This is a post I have been afraid to write for a while, because I could not find a happy ending for it. I went to my first hackathon, PennApps, in Fall 2011. I did not have any friends in the hacker community yet, so I mainly hung out with dev evangelists and eventually ended up asking a Tumblr…

"A Truncated Story of Infinity" - A Short by Paul Trillo from Paul Trillo on Vimeo.

A look at the infinite possibilities within the everyday. Following a day in the life of Vincent, “Subject X” and his many variations that exist throughout the universe. The story begins to fracture into different threads when he follows a would be lover down the street.

This piece was created for the “Everyday Adventure” series originally commissioned by Nokia Brand Labs.

This film was inspired by Brian Greene’s “The Hidden Reality”
and Douglas Hofstadter’s “I am a Strange Loop”

Directed by Paul Trillo (
Co Produced By Keith Ferreira
Director of Photography Andrew Georgopoulos
Sound Design and Score by Noah Cunningham
Executive Producer Costas Syrmos (Nokia Brand Labs)

"Tired" by Megan McShane from Megan McShane on Vimeo.

The tragic story of a spare tire who struggles to find a new purpose.

Created by Megan McShane:

Type by Greg Mako:
Music by Lichen:
Sound design and mix by Keith Ukrisna:

Official selection at Hamburg Animation Film Festival, Animation Block Party, and Blue Plum Animation Festival.

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All works Copyright 2014 Megan McShane

Dyson have launched a new product.


"I wonder what stupid thing they’ve called it?" I thought to myself. I live in a house with a Dyson Air Multiplier. If you don’t, just assume that I have a lot more air in my house than you do. What else would an ‘Air Multiplier’ do, but multiply the amount of air you have? Should you need…