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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Handmade Nation

Here’s a well-done stop animation title sequence for Faythe Levine’s documentary, Handmade Nation. Word is it took them 26 continuous hours to complete.

In making this film Faythe Levine traveled over 19,000 miles to document a growing movement of artists, crafters and designers. Fueled by the common thread of creating, Handmade Nation explores a burgeoning art community that is based on creativity, determination and networking. To learn more about the film and where it is showing click here.

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 9:19 am  

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