Freddie Gibbs

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In this episode of Frames from Pitchfork.tv, rapper Freddie Gibbs recalls the time Michael Jackson returned to visit his hometown of Gary, IN. NSFW audio.

Waka Flocka Flame

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This episode of Pitchfork TV’s Frames was fully animated by the Pig Apple crew, and directed by co-founder Mack Williams. It stars ATL rapper Waka Flocka Flame, and was inspired by the animated Peanuts shorts of our childhood. Also, Waka has loads of tattoos, and we wanted to figure out a way to incorporate those in the story. By zooming in to different tattoos, we … Read More

Amazon Yesterday Shipping

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This sketch, written by the Bilderbergers, was fully animated by Pig Apple. It has racked up over 800,000 hits to date. In fact, it was so successful, Amazon took note and hired the Bilderbergers and Pig Apple to produce another short about their new Amazon Lockers program.

The Melvins

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King Buzzo of the Melvins recounts the odd details of their first ever tour. Animated and directed by Mack Williams for Pitchfork.tv. This short was inspired by the hundreds and hundreds of doodles that Mack drew in his school notebooks over the years.

Danny Brown

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In this episode of Pitchfork’s Frames, Danny Brown finds himself in some hilarious misadventures while dealing drugs and beating up crack heads. Warning: NSFW language. This short was directed and animated by Mack Williams.

GZA

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This is the first episode of Frames, Pitchfork.tv’s animated storytelling series, that we worked on. It features hip hop legend GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan.

Catfish Magic

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This was a promotional short for myISH, fully written and produced by Pig Apple. It features a plucky little catfish and a hungry alligator. Trivia: before settling on Pig Apple, we were going to call our company Catfish Magic.

30 Rock

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Pig Apple produced a five-episode animated web series for NBC.com, based on characters from the hit sitcom 30 Rock. This final episode was a star-studded affair, with a voice cast that included Alec Baldwin, Cee Lo Green, Ryan Adams, Donald Glover, and Michael McDonald(!).