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Currently on view at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin, Kate Cooper’s “Rigged” series features some of the glossiest, most fully-fleshed, corporate-budget-level CGI renders we’ve seen this year. They are immaculate, down to their wet gums, pores and eyelashes. According to DIS, the body of work “looks at the agency of the computer generated female within the glossy aesthetics […]

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This is “Shift Time” by the Great Void. The accompanying visuals were made by Los Angeles-based animator and video artist Johnny Woods. It features two avatars dancing enthusiastically. Surprisingly eloquent standing intercourse begins at 2:30. (GIF: Prosthetic Knowledge) […]

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This morning, the New York based multi-media design collective Eyebodega (Rob Chabebe, Joe Perez) premiered the music video “When I Look” for electronic artist Bobmo. The video features vintage internet-influenced psychedelic 3D visuals, which Eyebodega made in a trans-Atlantic collaboration with UK artist Michael Willis, a former member of Euopean artist collective Panther Club. Chabebe told ANIMAL that […]

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Um. So, yeah. Are you uncomfortable with watching a teenage boy nonchalantly do sex stuff to a variety of naked CGI female-types? Proceed. YES THIS IS NSFW DUH. Here’s Is Tropical’s new video for “Dancing Anymore” directed by MEGAFORCE. Warning: While it is very amusing and socially transgressive, said “sex stuff” gets more and more contorted by modern […]

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Here’s a hypnotic CGI animation/test footage of an avalanche of fleshy, bouncy, shiny penis-dildo hybrids. It was created with Real Flow 2012 to simulate soft body dynamics. It took 62 hours. It’s titled “I’m so sorry.” Don’t be, logitech4873. No judgement. Herman Makkink Louise Bourgeois Morten Traavik Voina! […]

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If you came of age any time in the past twenty years, chances are that your notion of a “dinosaur” was, at least partially, influenced by the CGI beasts of Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. Guess what? Remember those blood-thirsty velociraptors, their hungry grunting sounds and that weird dino-language they used to communicate? Yeah, those were […]

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Artist Takesha Murata likes to datamosh. He also likes Popeye, the stroke-voiced, spinach-addicted cartoon folk hero of yore. So, he made a fancy, six minute CGI adventure I, Popeye (2010). As far stills tell, it’s a slick, grim (Grimm?) tale of Olive loss, clock smashing, industrialization and presumably, suicide. It’s also breaking the copyright law. […]

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