Steve Cutts is "a UK based illustrator and animator [whose] recent work includes the 'LA-Z Rider' couch gag for 'The Simpsons' and the music video for 'Are You Lost In The World Like Me?' for Moby." He's "also worked on projects for renowned agencies across the world including UNESCO, The Gaia Foundation, Isobar, LMFM, and Analogfolk'" and "been featured on various television networks...." Some of his work is reminiscent of celebrated animation pioneer, Max Fleischer, but Cutts' work usually has a moving and memorable socio-environmental message. Check out his other animations here on his website.

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir created "Are You Lost in the World Like Me?", music with a message for which Cutts created the animation above. Moby offers work primarily about "animal rights, factory farming, climate change, and women’s rights". The website states, 'in 2016, moby & the void pacific choir released these systems are failing, an indictment of our current political and cultural climate. this gleeful look at our dystopian culture continues this summer with more fast songs about the apocalypse. the music is free here, but if you want to pay for it just give money to your favorite charity."  Definitely worth a listen.



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