We recently worked with with Buck Institute for Education on a video about Project Based Learning and at the end of the project, they had a request we hadn't received before. They wanted the paper cut-outs that appeared in the video. We were happy to oblige and recently Alfred, our contact at BIE, sent over these photos. How cool is that? We're so honored that they would display the artwork in their office.
I really love the effect of shadow of the previous image that is left on the chalkboard. I wonder what would happen if we tried this on the whiteboard? I'm sure it wouldn't be nearly as cool. Firekites - AUTUMN STORY - chalk animation from Lucinda Schreiber on Vimeo. via: Drawn.ca
A few months ago I was contacted by AdLounge, an organization in Toronto, about an event they are hosting on June 16th called "Art from the Unexpected." The idea is to have 20 leaders, not formally known as artists, create pieces to be auctioned for charity. In this case, the charity is SKETCH, an organization that works with homeless and street-involved youth to engage in the arts. The idea sounded fun and I was happy that I could contribute to a charity event. So, I began work on my "... Continue Reading