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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.
A Brief History of Skateboarding
This visually rich and imaginative animated short film in the popular brief history style so beloved of attention deficit and time-starved digital consumers places skateboarding’s relatively short history in cultural context through a mesmerising assortment of layered animation techniques. While the storytelling is concise and compact, the canvas is saturated & heavily suffused with bold graphic imagery, archive footage, wit, irony and occasional sideways glances at American political moments ...
Private Parts
This entertaining & thought provoking animated short by Anna Ginsberg explores the subject of female sexual pleasure or lack thereof. Interviews with friends, colleagues and random strangers provide a lively soundtrack edited into themed chapters. Brave, witty and at the same time, quite serious in its intent, the film is a winner combining humour, talking genitals and anonymous sexual insights.
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 ...
Made in Spain
Another interesting film I saw at Anim’est in Bucharest was the charming stop-motion film, Made in Spain by Coke Rioboo. Using tiny railway model people, Coke constructs a playful version of a day in the life of Spain, exploring elements of bureaucracy, religion, bullfighting and of course the complex culture of the beach. It’s an abstract film with no dialogue which makes it even more captivating.
Catherine – animated short by Britt Raes
Another film which caught my eye from the ANIM’EST festival in Bucharest is a charming underdog / outsider story by the talented Britt Raes / Creative Conspiracy. The film has a simple and effective design with striking animation, a delightful sense of colour and the story, about a girl with few friends who can’t keep her pets alive, finds solace in the relationship with her cat, Kitty who being a ...
What is Global Warming ?
Another film by fost.org (future of storytelling), this rather lovely and simple animation by Lazy Chief uses painted textures to describe the greenhouse effect. On November 14, 2015, Planet.org launched a campaign for “Earth” on Facebook, in an effort to raise awareness on the issue of Climate Change. The Future of StoryTelling was asked to join a board of influencers to curate and create content for the page.
Sensploration
fost.org 2016 Future of Storytelling Speaker: Charles Spence Professor of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University This short film by Liam Saint-Pierre is an exploration of our multi-sensory world with Professor Charles Spence. Featuring some composite shots and animation by Shroomstudio and some music by Outerground – aka Christos. Charles Spence’s research on multisensory experiences have changed the way we stimulate our senses simultaneously.
Dr Elvis – The King Within
This entertaining character portrait forms the 3rd in a series from Director Liam St Pierre. Dr Elvis is a London GP and in his other life he’s Elvis’ twin brother with a fascination with all things Presley, including a kidney shaped swimming pool, Like Elvis had.. Except his is in Surrey and is often full of leaves !
Sea of Change – Short Film
This inspiring short film directed by talented Director & Shroomstudio collaborator Liam St Pierre and produced by Luke Goodrich explores one man’s quest to stop plastic from polluting the Oceans. With Liam’s signature style and some nicely invisible effects work by Alex Hatjoullis @ Shroomstudio, the film also introduces Fred Schmidt, a young actor with a certain charisma whom I’m sure we’ll see gracing tv screens everywhere in the ...
Johnny Express
Korea has long a history of producing high quality and entertaining films. This excellent short film written, directed and animated by Kyungmin Woo @ Alfredimageworks has so many good points I’m not even going to describe it here. Just watch it ! Inspirational animated storytelling with style and wit. “It’s 2150 There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space.
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