Stephen Irwin Tag Archive

Stephen Irwin Explores Childhood Delusions & Religious Confusion in ‘The Obvious Child’

Animation

1st April, 2015

With UK animator Stephen Irwin's new short 'The Obvious Child' hitting Vimeo’s VOD service last week we decided to find out more about the motivations

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The Black Dog Through the Kaleidoscope

Animation

25th February, 2013

If you ever wondered what UK animator Stephen Irwin’s The Black Dog’s Progress would look like viewed through an acid fuelled haze, you can get some

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Moxie

Animation

12th November, 2012

A pyromaniac bear misses his mother. It’s been a little over a year since we gushed about Stephen Irwin’s Moxie and left you with the vague

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Moxie Teaser

Animation

18th August, 2011

We’ve been fans of the work of animator Stephen Irwin for so long here on DN that we can remember when he used to work in colour. Through the years

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Horse Glue

Animation, Art & Fashion

5th February, 2011

Stephen Irwin is an animator who doesn’t just push his storytelling to the extremes but also the form of animation itself beyond the constrains of the

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SotW: The Black Dog’s Progress

Animation

7th December, 2009

I’m back writing actually words over at Short of the Week again, this time for Stephen Irwin’s tragic tale of The Black Dog’s Progress.

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Dialog – Stephen Irwin

Animation

18th June, 2006

Robot suicides lead the creator to look in on the inhabitants of the miniture town Clusterville in Stephen Irwin's animation Dialog

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