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Animation as a medium was invented in 1908. Over a hundred years later, these artists continue to experiment with and develop the form.
Alexis combines craft and digital techniques.
Jenny applies distinctive thick brushstrokes to minimal backgrounds
Angelica’s work is notable for its use of colour, playful attitude and unusual textures.
Octavian’s work is sketchy and imaginative, at once brilliant and bizarre.
Lorenzo’s work is full of movement, imagination and colour
George’s music is fun and avant-garde, whilst maintaining a nostalgic texture.
Julia’s work is inspired by a life long love of comic books.
Sharon specialises in hand crafted, art based animation techniques ranging from hand drawn and painted through to mixed media.
Isabel’s work is usually focussed on tragic but forceful female characters inhabiting surreal worlds, sometimes uncomfortable and sometimes funny.
Colour plays a major role in the mood Holly evokes, using vivid contrasts with rich textures to build nostalgia and intrigue.
She is interested in the relationship between a place and the art created in that place, changing her context for inspiration
Michael’s animations are unusual in today’s world as they are made in a traditional way using paints and paper. His ideas often have a macabre undertone.
The majority of Maddie’s work is painted on canvas which she fills with striking colours and a blend of geometric and natural forms.
It’s hard not to enjoy the work that Alistair creates. You get the impression that it’s as fun for him to make as it is for us to watch.
Oliver takes inspiration from philosophical concepts and gives them a new life through the medium of animation.
Playfulness and big characters are central to Cara’s style, which is accessible yet packs a punch.
Amy’s work is vibrant, stylish and heartfelt. She directs music videos, short films and works with a range of commercial clients.
George’s work features brilliant lighting and composition, with a focus on great cinematography.
Sara likes the challenge of conveying through image and movement inner moods that seem inexpressible through words, like ‘this thing sounds yellow’.
Sentio Space is a London based animation studio and the sister company to 2050cards. Sentio means to feel in Latin..
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