The Huffington posted an announcement today, noting that the Animagraph team will be joining Animal Design, a new animation design company founded by David E. Anderson and Josh Lantz.
The company’s founder and CEO, Jason Gaffney, is an acclaimed animator who has worked for Disney, Pixar, and Marvel Studios.
Anderson is best known for his work on Disney’s “Coco,” “Alice in Wonderland,” and “Toy Story.”
Animal Design will focus on the design and production of animal-based visual effects, and Anderson plans to help the company reach out to “animation and design professionals and artists,” according to the company’s website.
It’s not yet clear what type of projects Animal Design will work on, but Anderson says that “we have a passion for animals.”
The announcement was met with some skepticism from those who had already been following Anderson’s work for years.
The New York Times, for example, praised Animal Design’s work on “Alice and the Pirates of the Caribbean” in the 1990s, and the company has done work on such classics as “Toy Stories” and “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
Anderson has said that he’s “proud to be a part of Animal Design,” and in 2013 he announced that he had created an animation for the Disney Channel’s “Alice” show.
Animagraph has a long history in the animation industry, having been started in 1995 by David Siegel.
The company was acquired by Disney in 2007, and since then it has continued to work on the animated film and television productions it produces.
The Animagraph website boasts that its staff includes some of the most accomplished animators in the industry, including the Pixar and Disney Animation veteran Dan O’Neill, who helped create the Pixar shorts “The Incredibles” and the Emmy-nominated animation “Sausage Party.”
Animagraph is a company that has been around since at least 1995.
Its name is derived from the animal’s natural ability to move its head.
Its logo consists of a square-shaped animal head with a circle around the top.
The square is made up of a circle and an inverted triangle, with the triangle facing away from the circle.
The website has a history of showcasing works from other animation studios, such as Disney, Warner Bros., Pixar, LucasFilm, and Sony.
In addition to its animated films, the company also creates work for the visual effects industry, such, “Crocodile Dundee” for the “G.I. Joe” franchise, “The Bumblebee” film, and “The Smurfs” film.