Domains in (Stop) Motion

On Friday Martha Burtis made an amazing bit of stop-motion animation for the Domain of One’s Own project. It was designed for the EagleVision digital signage we have up around campus as a way to promote the project—explaining the absence of sound. I really love the idea of lowfi whiteboard animation art to showcase UMW Domains, it hearkens back to the old gold “Funny Faces” animation done by [[Stuart Blackton]] in 1906. Martha has nailed it, and I’m going to spend part of this week imagining another approach for using EagleVision to communicate this project to the campus community. It’s actually a cool, relevant, and localized challenge to tackle, and I’m excited to get back in creative mode for at least a bit. Thanks or the inspiration Burtis!

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1 Response to Domains in (Stop) Motion

  1. Very cool! @mburtis owns the web! (…or at least groks it!)

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