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05 OCTOBER 2014

The Man with the Beautiful Eyes: life lessons in childhood

"Charles Bukowski was a creature of perplexity and paradox, oscillating between romantic pessimism and luminous wisdom on the meaning of life, propelled by an outrageous daily routine. His expressive poems explored everything from the myths of creativity to his 'friendly advice' to young men.

In 1999, British animator Jonathan Hodgson and illustrator Jonny Hannah teamed up on a breathtaking animated adaptation of Bukowski's 1992 poem 'the man with the beautiful eyes' from his final and arguably best poetry collection, The Last Night of the Earth Poems."

(Maria Popova, Brain Pickings)

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199219992D animationabandoned houseallegoryanimatorbamboo • beautiful eyes • Brain Pickings (blog) • bright eyes • Charles Bukowski • childhood imagination • cigar • fear • fear of the unknown • fish pond • goldfish • hand-drawn animationhand-painted stop motion animationillustrative styleillustrator • Jonathan Bairstow • Jonathan Hodgson • Jonny Hannah • life lessons • Louis Schendler • meaning of life • Peter Blegvad • poempoetpoetry • romantic pessimism • Sherbet (production company) • strong and beautiful • Tarzan • The Last Night of the Earth Poems (Charles Bukowski) • The Man with the Beautiful Eyes (1992) • underlying order • unsettling fear • whisky

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Simon Perkins
08 MARCH 2014

The Barbican Centre Presents: Joy Batchelor - Life in Animation

An event and films curated by Vivian Halas and guests: 4pm / ScreenTalk with Vivian Halas, Clare Kitson, Jez Stewart and Brian Sibley, Thursday 13 April 2014. Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS

"Joy Batchelor was one of the pioneering creative and commercial forces in UK animation with her output of witty public service short films after the second world war, as well as the BAFTA nominated Animal Farm adapted from the novel by George Orwell.

This event, celebrating the centenary of her birth, looks at Joy's life as both a professional co–running a creative studio and her role as a mother."

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2014Animal Farm (1954)animationBarbican Centre • Birds Eye View Film Festival • book illustration • Brian Sibley • British animation • Clare Kitson • creative studio • George OrwellHalas and Batchelorillustrator • Jez Stewart • Joy BatchelorLondonpioneering animatorpioneering womenpublic information film • public service short films • traditional animationUKUK animationVivien Halaswomen designerswomen illustratorswomen in animationwomen in designwomen in film

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
29 NOVEMBER 2013

Digital Illustration Exploiting a Low-Poly Effect

Digital illustration works created by Danny Jones and Jeremiah Shaw.

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Simon Perkins
29 APRIL 2013

Colourful cut-out card illustrations by Eiko Ojala

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Simon Perkins
29 MARCH 2013

Naïve illustration style used for Ost & Kjex's "Continental Lover"

Musicians: Ost & Kjex (2010), Client: Diynamic Music, Illustrator: Sac Magique, Production Company: Anima Boutique, Director: Heli Ellis.

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20102D animation • Agent Pekka Oy (creative consultancy) • alone • Anima Boutique (production company) • assembly line • by herself • by himself • by yourself • car • cheese • colour • continental • Continental Lover (song) • crackers • creative consultancy • dance music • Diynamic Music (music label) • drivingelectronic musicelectronicafactoryfactory girl • gigolo • Heli Ellis • human relationshipsillustrative styleillustrator • Monaco • musicmusic videomusiciannaive illustration • neon colour • Norwegian • Ost and Kjex • restaurant • Sac Magique • simplified forms

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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