Cuppa Coffee’s New Flash Shows

Toronto’s Cuppa Coffee Animation recently redesigned their website, and included are links to two Flash-animated projects worth checking out.

The first is ‘Bruno and the Banana Bunch,’ a series of 1 minute shorts aimed at the preschool crowd. It’s currently airing on Nickelodeon, and it looks poised to become a major preschool property. You can see 6 full episodes at the official site. It’s simple animation with very clean design. The animation is done in Malaysia by Fat Lizard Animation.

The other is ‘Tigga and Togga,’ a 3-minute animated series that “explores non-verbal communication through rhythm and sound.” Not sure if this is on the air yet, but you can see an episode here.


  1. Anonymous May 20, 2006

    The Bruno show is awesome! I’m a designer and love
    the cool retro look of the show sisters son though is 4 and loves it equally madly!
    Curious George has nothing on this dude!

  2. Anonymous May 20, 2006

    Just caught it on Nick…never saw the animation before
    verry cool and laugh out loud funny. NIce to see my kids doing something other than yawning..Great little show..

  3. Anonymous September 19, 2007

    Bruno and the Banana Bunch is my new favorite show, oh and my son who is two loves it as much as I do!!

  4. El Paso Kids March 14, 2009

    Incredible show and best show available for toodlers. American Television should change and start presenting more shows like Bruno which does not include violence or improper language for ours kids. Much better than Disney I hope this could start a new movement for a better programming for our childs. I being watching Bruno for almost a year an my childs love it.
    I hope it won’t happen the same as BabyEisntein in the begging it was an incredible show, but after Disney bought it it was not the same.

    Keep up the excellent work

  5. I’ve been developing kids websites and programming for years, and Bruno is terrific. One of the best things I’ve seen lately. And my son (10 months old) is a HUGE fan.

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