Europe's largest live street art festival partner with Aardman to celebrate Morph's 40th Birthday with a portrait of iconic character.Read the full story ›
We're delighted to give you a first look at the new film from Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park and Bristol based animator Aardman.Read the full story ›
Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal and Aardman have announced that they will be delivering a public arts trail in Bristol in 2018.Read the full story ›
Bristol based animators Aardman have made the christmas ad for Alzheimer's Research UK - it tells the story of Santa who forgets christmas.Read the full story ›
Inspired by the cosmic adventures of Wiltshire astronaut Tim Peake, Morph is making his own journey into Space today (6 July).Read the full story ›
Inspired by the cosmic adventures of Wiltshire astronaut Tim Peake, Morph is making his own journey into Space today (6 July).
The character is due to take off into space in a high altitude balloon. His team will be launching him from Ross-on-Wye in Herofordshire.
The 'flight' of Aardman's loveable orange Morph will be livestreamed on his social media channels for all to enjoy.
Weather depending, he ought to be taking off at 11am and will return back to Earth later in the day after taking a turn around the stratosphere.
You can track the Aardman character's journey using the hashtag #MorphInSpace.
Aardman Animations dementia film features Christopher Eccleston.Read the full story ›
Bristol film makers Aardman Animations have been nominated for their fifth Oscar for the 'Shaun the Sheep Movie'.Read the full story ›
Bristol's Aardman Animations have given fans a first look at their rather unusual Christmas special.
Shaun made his debut in Nick Park's A Close Shave in 1995. He's since gone on to star in his own TV series and his own movie. This summer Shaun statues could be seen all across Bristol and London as the Shaun in the City trail took to the streets. The Farmer's Llamas will be his first 30-minute special - and it's set to air this Christmas.
But true to form, Aardman haven't conformed to tradition. Reindeer have been replaced by Hector, Fernando and Raul - a flock of llamas who get tangled up in Shaun's adventures.
The iconic Shaun in the City figures are being auctioned off on Thursday. It's expected to raise millions for Bristol Children's HospitalRead the full story ›