Rubberly jubbly: Roger Law with Margaret Thatcher.
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Royals, politicians and pop stars were all fair game for this smash hit show of the 1980s and 1990s.
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We've had 90 years of those famous ears.
Depression, addiction and misanthropy in cartoon form.
Expectations were high for the latest project from the creator of The Simpsons.
Turn to the food bank.
Hunger by The Sea
I made a film about people using food banks in the hope that their voices will be heard far and wide.
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The cat and mouse comedy duo have been locked in conflict for more than 78 years now.
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One animator combined his skills with paleontological evidence to breathe movement into a dinosaur fossil to eye-catching effect.
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A labour of love, this groundbreaking animation took six years and hundreds of artists to bring Vincent Van Gogh's vivid paintings to life.
My Little Pony fan, Michael Anderson, a Brony, at the Dragon Con science fiction and fantasy convention in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, in 2014.
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The adult fans of My Little Pony are both a blessing and a curse for marketing the new movie.
Realistic and stylized at the same time.
As the animated film 'Bambi' celebrates its 75th anniversary, a reminder that humans often try to express reality. But once they do, they go back to making art.
Wallace and Gromit were first introduced in the 1989 film A Grand Day Out.
Aardman studios has produced some of the most-recognised animated characters of the past three decades, including Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep. A new exhibit at ACMI brings their creative process to life.
Still going strong in its 30th year, The Simpsons follows a strict animation style guide based on Matt Groening's own rules, and has much to teach young animators
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From washing the dishes to saving tribes from oblivion: Disney's women have come a long way.
Stop-motion may be associated with children, but in Anomalisa it effectively gives substance to a world that is recognisable, but just out of kilter.
There's no need to fret that princess stories are bad for little girls.
The enzyme, DNA methyltransferase (DNMT), in action in the animation, Tagging DNA.
It takes a careful balance between art and science to illustrate the processes that take place within our cells and explain the complexities of epigenetics.
The Academy Award-winning penguins in Happy Feet sit in a long and distinguished history of Australian animation.
This year marks the centenary of Australian animation. Alongside some memorable international successes, animation has long been significant to the industry.
A cross-country move – just when middle school is about to start – can be emotionally draining for most children.
In some ways, it's spot-on. In others, not so much.
What exactly are our current global character designs communicating?
Characters are designed to respond to specific concerns relative to time and context. But as we move deeper into the 21st century, what are those concerns, and how do they differ from those in the 20th century?
Living Data: Evolving Conversations. Exhibition and Forum at the University of Technology Sydney, 2014. Curators: Lisa Roberts and Anita Marosszeky.
We hear so much about the integrity of scientific process and the role of data in driving action on climate change – but what role is there for artists in bringing about changes in understandings? Science…