Aardman founders hand stake in business to staff

Founders of the UK's biggest animation company giving up 75% of Aardman to employees to 'safeguard independence'.

Sarah Butler, The Guardian, 10th November 2018

Little & Large reunite for Slapstick Festival

One of last century's most popular TV double acts - Little and Large - will be back on stage together for the first time in decades in Bristol in January as part of the extended 15th annual edition of the UK's biggest celebration of silent and classic screen comedy: SLAPSTICK.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd November 2018

Aardman creating Chicken Run sequel

A sequel to Aardman comedy Chicken Run is reportedly in development.

British Comedy Guide, 26th April 2018

The art of Aardman

An element of deep nostalgia accompanies the Australian opening of the exhibition Wallace & Gromit and Friends: the Magic of Aardman.

Stephanie Convery, The Guardian, 29th June 2017

Wallace and Gromit creators share animation secrets

Co-founders of Aardman Animations Peter Lord and David Sproxton share some of the secrets behind their beloved films and television series Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Chicken Run. A major exhibition, Wallace, Gromit and Friends: The Magic of Aardman, has opened at the Australian Centre for Moving Image in Melbourne.

The Guardian, 29th June 2017

Aardman Animations celebrates 40 years in Bristol

The creators of Wallace and Gromit, Morph and Shaun the Sheep are celebrating 40 years in the animation business..

BBC News, 5th September 2016

Peter Lord admits making a furry film felt too easy

Aardman Animations have done it again, with Shaun the Sheep garnering universal praise and chuckles for its simple tale of a little sheep getting lost in the big smoke. How DO they do it?

Caroline Frost, The Huffington Post, 9th February 2015

How we made Wallace and Gromit

Gromit was a cat, Wallace had a moustache, and their first adventure was meant to be like Star Wars - but with cheese. Nick Park and Peter Lord on creating a British classic.

Kate Abbott, The Guardian, 3rd March 2014