2. Rebecca Mock
Brooklyn-based illustrator and MICA grad. The movements in her GIF paintings tend to be subtle, atmospheric. Her works have appeared in the New York Times and the Adventure Time comics covers.
Baltimore art student with an eerie, Lynchian sense of scene.
China-based animator, a known preferrer of hand-drawn over CGI who seemingly practices some sort of calligraphy-animating witchcraft.
10. Uno Moralez
Moscow-based pixel painter, a sinister and unique take on old computer game aesthetics.
11. Robin Davey
A London-based artist, animator, and director inspired by mid-century illustrations.
A very different sort of illustration. Matthew DiVito is a motion graphic artist who creates geometric, often cosmic-seeming scenes in Gifs.
14. Lilli Carré
Chicago-based comic artist with a knack for animating traditional media drawings.
16. Miguel Co
Illustrator whose works have appeared in the New York Times. Miguel’s use of animation is spare but essential to the drawings they appear in.
Animator and game designer based in Russia, with a delightful ability to make color pencil drawings into mesmerizing loops.
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