The Topic At Hand: Lost and Found

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About the animator:

Mike Milo is a 2 time Emmy award winning, 6 time nominated animator, director, producer and designer. He has worked for most of animation’s major studios including Cartoon Network, Disney, Nickelodeon, Warner Bros, Universal, Sony, Film Roman and Hanna Barbera. In addition he has had 9 series development deals and 6 pilots to date and hopes to add to that this year. Mike is currently directing and animating a pilot for the Game Show Network, as well as developing 3 other series with networks and producers.
During all that he managed to find his co-producer and co-create two wonderful daughters.

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    • jerrybrice

      That was a funny cartoon..thanks for the laugh.

    • kathyriordan

      I love this! It's great to see liza's work come to life.

      • Lizad

        Thanks, Kathy-it was so fun for me to see my drawings move.

    • Never thought your work could be improved upon – this is fun, especially with the French movie music.

      • Lizad

        I wish I could say I chose the music, but I didn't. Nice touch from the very talented animator. I want to do more!

    • Beautiful!

    • Lauralee

      I've shared this- it's very fun – exciting to see the animation of your work.

    • randichalfin

      Love this video but I think you are prettier than your photo…….

    • pace

      I really like this animation but PLEASE turn off the auto-music. It's very jarring when I hit back and it starts up again! Good when I am watching animation, not 20 times by mistake.

    The Author

    Liza Donnelly

    Liza Donnelly is a contract cartoonist with The New Yorker Magazine . Her work has appeared in many other publications and exhibitions world-wide. Her cartoons are regularly featured on, and wOw, and she is the editor of World Ink , a section of Donnelly's most recent book is When Do They Serve The Wine? (Chronicle). She also wrote Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists And Their Cartoons(Prometheus), a history of the women cartoonists of the magazine; and Sex and Sensibility: Ten Women Examine the Lunacy of Modern 200 Cartoons(Twelve Books). She and her husband, New Yorker cartoonist Michael Maslin, collaborated on a book in 2009: Cartoon Marriage: Adventures in Love and Matrimony by The New Yorker's Cartooning Couple(Random House). Donnelly regularly gives talks and has presented at TED and taught at Vassar College. She is also the Cartoon Editor for Revolving Floor. She lives in New York. View all of Liza's Revolving Floor contributions. To see more of her work, visit her website, and her blog.

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