London-based César Pelizer has turned his childhood fascination with comics and cartoons into a thriving career in illustration and animation. Known for his surrealist, bold, and colorful style set against vibrant backgrounds, César’s work, even when static, bursts with energy, pushing 3D boundaries.
Over a decade in the Design and Animation industry has seen him collaborate with big names like Google, Apple, and YouTube, earning him accolades including two D&AD Wooden Pencils and a Webby Award in the "Weird" category. His short films have graced many global festivals including the London Short Film Festival and Clermont Film Fest, marking César as a vibrant force in contemporary animation.
Kroger - Quality Milk
Contagiously fun and staggering in scale, this rebrand for Kroger promises to be "fresh for everyone."
Google - iPhone People Talking
Real people bring the voice to Google Pixel's "People Talking".
Artist Short Film
Looking For Something - Artist Short Film
Dry humor and surreal stylings explore the meaning of life in this short film.
New York Times
New York Times - Knees
In this extensive guide to knee joints, Hornet's César Pelizer graces the digital pages of the New York Times with his unique and endearing style.
MTV - Boredom
Childhood memories of lounging under trees and messing with beehives come to life in this Artist Ident for MTV by César Pelizer.