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Welcome to Shroomstudio. Find out more about who we are & what we do. If you're searching for a style or need some inspiration for your next project, have a browse through our featured project archives and get in touch by phone on 020 8525 0157 or drop us a line via the friendly form on the contact page.

Check out the shroomstudio blog where we post an eclectic selection of inspirational animation projects and tidbits from around the globe & from within our network of talented associates & collaborators.

If you see a project you really like, feel free to share it with the social media icons on the top of each project page. Still haven't found what you're looking for ? Take a look at our complete portfolio on VIMEO where you'll find a full animo-graphy of the studio's output.

We're always on the lookout for talented animators so get in touch..send us your reel & or links and tell us a bit about yourseIf. lf you have a piece of work which you've created & think would make a good entry, send a link (preferably vimeo) and if we like it, we'll review it and post it on our widely read and topical animation blog.
Totems
Yet another film I saw at Anim’est festival in Bucharest. With a distinctive illustration style and sensitive execution, this thoughtful film follows the exploits of a lumberjack who accidentally fells a tree, trapping himself and subsequently experiencing what it’s like to be a series of trapped animals. Ambiguous and with a subtle conservation message, the film left me with a slightly sad sense at the end, making me think about ...
Omar Linx – The Wild
This short music promo for Canadian artist Omar Linx by Peter Huang, explores ideas about violence in nature, the cosmos and sex. Magically rendered by the flexible medium of rotoscoping, it is thought provoking, entertaining and in it’s own simple way, challenging in it’s approach to our notions about nature & humanity. The simplification of the rotoscoping technique brings a stark look focusing on detail without backgrounds, adding to the ...
The Tale of the Fox
The Tale of the Fox (1930) The world’s first feature-length stop-motion animation Adapted from Goethe’s fable – about a fox whose carnivorous cunning, deplored and feared by the rest of the animal kingdom, brings him into legal conflict with the lion king – this vintage animated film impresses, first of all, by the sheer virtuosity of its stop-motion puppet work.
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