ESMA Animation School and Mad Artist Publishing partner to promote animation students and films

Article Index Marcin Migdal July 07,2015 Comments

When the 5th ranked Animation school in the world grants you screening permission to their award winning films catalogue; many of which have been Oscar Nominated...that's a good start to a Monday.

2015 has turned out to be quite the year for the publishing company Mad Artist Publishing Ltd. They entered the market in 2011 with their series of Sketchozine compilation books composed of artist contest submissions featured on the popular creative community website A few collective magazines later, they begun scouting and promoting individual artists to create beautifully laid out educational books while sharing in their royalties.

Fast forward three years and the company has made very strategic relationships with art and animation academic institutions around the world and animation and advertising studios that sponsor the printed and digital books they create. They have teamed up with some of the biggest artists in the genre of fine arts, video game & illustration and have launched a successful film and animation channel that's surpassed 100 000 subscribers. Mad Artist Publishing released with Jason Seiler and the support of Rolling Stone Magazine, TIME, Adobe and Wacom. Additionally Mad Artist Publishing released ROBIN: Art Tribute to Robin Williams supported by and donated sale of proceeds to charity.

Recently Mad Artist Publishing secured a partnership with World Animation Film Festival among other festivals to help promote the animators and content featured on MAP's channel and in their books. Mad Artist Publishing is extremely focused on helping and promoting the creative industry, artists and sharing in their success. You may review more awesome books at

Today, Mad Artist Publishing has secured another milestone by partnering with one of the best animation schools in the world. ESMA (Ecole Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques) has entered into an agreement with Mad Artist Publishing LTD to engage MAP for the promotion of its short films, to be published in MAP’s printed and digital book titles and featured on

This agreement will introduce this school to even more North American audiences and hopefully attract North American animation studios and film production companies to take a chance and hire outside of North America.