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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.
These Systems Are Failing
These Systems Are Failing by Moby /Are You Lost In The World Like Me by Steve Cutts A fantastically laboured and bleakly beautiful homage to early Black & White cartoon animation sets the style for this pop promo by Steve Cutts. Inhabiting a sometimes apocalyptic world of phone addicted sleepwalkers, our protagonist.. who looks a bit like Moby wanders the streets in desperation at the inability to connect with humans.
Every Frame a Painting
For all animators and especially character designers, this enlightening short film by Tony Zhou features some of Chuck Jones’ most memorable moments and interview footage with Charles himself provides a unique insight into the mind of perhaps the worlds’ finest cartoon director. “If you want to make great films, be inspired by the world around you & give your characters a well defined motivation”.
Film Chest Vintage Cartoons
Archive.org hosts an amazing collection of vintage media in the public domain. This animation collection contains lots of early studio animation from the 1920’s-1940’s including Popeye & Betty Boop from the the Fleischer brother’s Inkwell studios & some great Superman cartoons also by the Fleischers. The early experiments and innovations by Inkwell produced some of the first composited film and animation where the characters jump off the page and ...
The Boy Who Turned Yellow
A clever short animated film based on the idea of not smoking ! It reminded me of a more innocent 70’s era children’s tv show, not only in the gentle voiceover by Michael Somerset Ward, but also the slow pace and simplified character style. The Boy Who Turned Yellow was created for Now Will You Listen!, an illustrated audio visual book of short horror stories and surreal poetry from musician/writer ...
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