Italian animator and motion designer from Milan, Italy. He's worked as a freelancer, but also founded his own animation studio called Antimatter.
Visual effects wizard working in 3D animation manager notable for bringing inanimate objects to life.
Animator who has gained widespread acclaim for creating the hugely popular animated TV comedy Bob's Burgers. He won his second Primetime Emmy Award for outstanding animated program in 2017, and earned his fifth Critics' Choice TV award nomination for best animated series in 2018.
Walt Disney animator who created Goofy and worked on "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and "Fantasia." He worked for UPA after leaving Disney following his service in World War II; he was also still stinging from the infamous studio strike of 1941.
Award-winning animation director, character designer and visual development artist for animation and video game productions. He co-founded Red Clover Studios and became the Director of the Visual Development Department at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Illustrator and animator who rose to fame for his comedic and absurdist animations. His unique animations have earned him work with brands like Spotify, Nickelodeon, The New Yorker, and numerous other companies.
Animator, storyboard artist, special effects artist, and art director who worked for The Walt Disney Company for six decades. He was Mickey Mouse's official portrait artist and was responsible for the mouse's official 25th, 50th, 60th, 70th, and 75th birthday portraits.
3D motion design animator who worked in freelance while doing his master thesis in animation at HS Augsburg.
English animator who is known for his unique concept videos where he utilizes audio mash ups featuring sound from sports, movies, and TV which he then animates to. He shares his works through YouTube where he has earned over 110,000 subscribers.
Known for his time as the head of animation for Rooster Teeth Productions. He has also garnered popularity for voicing various characters in Rooster Teeth series, including RWBY, Red vs. Blue, and X-Ray and Vav.
Artist and writer most well known as one of the illustrators behind the original Boondocks comics and the resulting animated series on Adult Swim. He has also done a great deal of voice acting for the series.
British animator better known under the alias JamFactory, who's popular for his toy design, filmmaking, illustration, and photography projects. He co-founded the contemporary creative company, Strange. He also authored the book, Do Fly.
Co-director of the viral animated film In a Heartbeat that was made as his and filmmaking partner <a title='Beth David' href='/famous/beth-david.htm'>Beth David</a>'s senior thesis at the Ringling School of Art and Design in Florida. The film was praised for featuring LGBTQ characters as the protagonists.
Animator and illustrator who is best known for creating the Cartoon Network original series Summer Camp Island. She is also known for having worked as an animator and staff writer on the series Adventure Time.
Animator who is best known for her stop motion techniques as seen in commercials for renowned brands such as Apple, Lancome, Philips, Fanta and HP, among others. She also works as a designer and cartoonist; her short animations have earned her over 60,000 Instagram followers.
Artist and animator most widely known for the Earthworm Jim franchise which spawned a video game series, cartoon show, and toy line. He has also written for well-known series like Adventure Time, Veggie Tales, and Spongebob Squarepants.
Israeli animator who has found popularity online with animated series like Nameless, Lazy Writing and Yotam & Fantasia. He is known for his association with Albino Blacksheep Studios and has worked as animator on the Comedy Central series TripTank.
Freelance animator and designer who has made a name for herself with her distinctive artwork. She has worked with companies like HBO, Disney and Marvel. She also vlogs on her popular YouTube channel called BethBeRad.
Animator and producer who won three Primetime Emmy Awards for her work on "Rugrats." Animation Magazine included her on its 1999 list of the Top 25 Women in Animation.
Disney animator who worked on "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin," "Beauty and the Beast," and "Tangled." He was awarded the 1992 Annie Award for character animation, the 2007 Winsor McCay Award for lifetime contribution to the field of animation, and became a Disney Legend in 2013.
Concept artist and animator who worked for the <a title='Walt Disney' href='/famous/walt-disney.htm'>Walt Disney</a> Company. She was named a Disney Legend in 1991.
Animator that specializes in adult-themed claymation. In 2012, he received his break in filmmaking, when he was chosen to animate one segment of the horror anthology film, The ABCs of Death.
Animation enthusiast and video editor who's most popular for her multimedia work on the animated series Steven Universe. She's also known for her work with the Cartoon Network Studio, including designing the Powerpuff Girls pop-up shop. She features much of her work on her YouTube channel, MKatwood.
Freelance illustrator and animator best known for her expressive character drawings. She has commissioned work for clients such as Guerrilla Games and Youdagames.