Here are the winners of the gifs contest organized in parntership with Le Soir. They come from everywhere: Japan, Argentina, Hungary, Colombia, France and Belgium!
You will discover these beautiful gifs on the website of Le Soir from March 1st. Congratulations to everyone!
Friday 1 March
La fièsse di tchèt
Originally from Marseille, Mona graduated with a diploma in Arts and Crafts in Animation. In her second year of graduation, she directed her first short film "Cache-trappe". She is currently studying at La Cambre (Brussels), where she continues to discover the world of animation.
Saturday 2 March
Langoureuse attente de mr. Pimpon
Sunday 3 March
Wish you all lots of creativity
Julia Farkas lives and works in Budapest. She graduated from the MOME Animation School (Hungary) and started doing GIFs two years ago.
Monday 4 March
Born from the frame
After graduating from La Cambre (Animation Cinema section) in 2016, Aliouch went to work in Denmark for 1,5 years. He essentially works on 2D animation, as well as on projects related to event management (mapping), and even series.
Tuesday 5 March
Wednesday 6 March
Mathieu Lalot is passionate about culture, sometimes on a professional level, sometimes alone, often with family, from time to time with friends or colleagues.
Thursday 7 March
Muta Bor Studio
Muta Bor Studio
Muta Bor is an animation studio from Bogotá, Colombia, which specializes in video clips and animated commercials.
Friday 8 March
Zjef Crabbé graduated from LUCA School of Arts in 2015. This competition was for him the ideal opportunity to take a pen and paper and wriggle over a caption stand.
Saturday 9 March
Romina Carrara is a visual artist, illustrator and writer from Argentina. A graduate of the National University of Rosario, her paintings can be found in many private collections and have been featured in numerous group and individual exhibitions. She has published the book "Los chepiques", as well as the fanzine "Mínimo Común Cómico", with both texts and drawings.
Sunday 10 March
After studying comics at St-Luc Brussels (1980-1983) and publishing an album (in linocut) at Futuropolis in 1987, Jan Smet moved on to graphic design for the past 30 years now. Completely self-taught in animation, he discovers a new passion with GIFs ...