How Angry Made Repairs

Category
Exhibitions
Tags
#onedesignweek, animationdesign, childrenprogramme, childrensanimation, mixedtechniques
About This Project

WHEN: ONE DESIGN WEEK 2016

How Angry Made Repairs is a short animation for kids using an unusual mixed technique of sewing textile pieces into stop animation covering each phase of the story. The detailed work is conveyed through large textile canvases depicting the heroes and selected moments of the plot. The script of the animation is based on George Merganov’s short story How Angry Made Repairs. This is a fairy story for magic, friendship, the pleasure ofs working with friends and the power of beauty.

The animation is finished at the end of 2014. Together with the exhibition of the same name it is shown during the festival.