Christian Cinetto

Christian Cinetto

Christian Cinetto
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Window painting by Dan Berglund. The 70 square meters large painting of white ink illustrate a forest where the animals come to life through stop-motion technique, Momus poetry of words and Tona Serenads lovely sounds.    The painting was made at Locomotiv in Stockholm:  http://www.locomotiv.se/    Tona Serenad  http://tonaserenad.com/​    Momus:  http://imomus.com/    Dan Berglund Portfolio  http://agentbauer.com/​illustrators/​danberglund/​portfolio

Window painting by Dan Berglund. The 70 square meters large painting of white ink illustrate a forest where the animals come to life through stop-motion technique, Momus poetry of words and Tona Serenads lovely sounds. The painting was made at Locomotiv in Stockholm: http://www.locomotiv.se/ Tona Serenad http://tonaserenad.com/​ Momus: http://imomus.com/ Dan Berglund Portfolio http://agentbauer.com/​illustrators/​danberglund/​portfolio

Video by Dan Berglund. Frame by frame animation made with ink on glass. The video illustrates the song What a Wonderful World. Recorded by Louis Armstrong 1968    Portfolio:  www.agentbauer.com/illustrators/danberglund    Hello:  Dan@danb.se

Video by Dan Berglund. Frame by frame animation made with ink on glass. The video illustrates the song What a Wonderful World. Recorded by Louis Armstrong 1968 Portfolio: www.agentbauer.com/illustrators/danberglund Hello: Dan@danb.se

Illustrated with technical pen,frame by frame. I admit it might not be the best, or the quality isn't perfect, just a shot at animating the old flip book whatever-you-call-it way. =D    The audio I used is Dr Dre Rap beat, not sure who's the artiste..    Post production credits goes to Noel Lee for his patience in piecing the sequence up together!

Illustrated with technical pen,frame by frame. I admit it might not be the best, or the quality isn't perfect, just a shot at animating the old flip book whatever-you-call-it way. =D The audio I used is Dr Dre Rap beat, not sure who's the artiste.. Post production credits goes to Noel Lee for his patience in piecing the sequence up together!