Spring Shoe creates award-winning animations and illustrations with a unique, playful style to enhance any story. Our work that can be seen in national advertising campaigns and in some of the nation’s top museums including the Field Museum and Art Institute of Chicago.
Spring Shoe Animation & Illustration helps businesses and museums connect with their audiences by creating highly visual and memorable educational experiences.
THE 2015 ANIMATION “MICRO REEL” focused on projects created last year
THE 2014 ANIMATION REEL variety of work up to 2014
THE SWITCH WINS 2016 GOLD MUSE AWARD
This bitter sweet animation uses the audio from the late Bill Stanley to show how he was inspired to become a scientist and how he continues to inspire future scientists. See it here
A SECOND ANIMATED DAVE MATTHEWS BAND VIDEO
Spring Shoe created a completely animated video content for What Would You Say for Dave Matthews Band. The video (and band) are on Tour now. See What Would You Say and The Song That Jane Likes here
JILL ELLIS: Palmetto Bay Peacock Whisperer
A mix of animation and a live action interview celebrating the US Olympic Soccer team’s coach Jill Ellis and her love of peacocks. Produced this summer for Calabash Animation.
HUMAN FLIGHT WINS 2015 MUSE AWARD
In the case of winged flight, people were on the wrong path for centuries. Many humorous, failed flying machines resulted from overlooking factors of size and speed. Historical footage and animation tell the story behind our own species’ attempts to take flight. The crude, collage animation style is different from most other pieces produced by SpringShoe and inspired by Terry Gillian's Monty Python work. See it here
CHANGING VIEW OF T.REX WINS GOLD!
The Changing View of T.rex won a Gold MUSE Award from the American Alliance of Museums!
Two newly completed animations projects. The Changing View of T.rex and Charles Dickens. A modern day scientist and one of histories most famous authors tell two very different stories in very different styles.
A GRAPHIC NOVELETTE
A new story of deception, betrayal, murder ...and robots! The Easy Life.