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13 MARCH 2011

Inception remade as a 60-second Victorian woodcut animation

"This Gilliamesque 60–second adaptation of Inception uses delightful Victorian woodcuts to tell the story. It was an entry in a Jameson's whisky competition by Wolfgang Matzl."

(Cory Doctorow, 11 March 2011, Boing Boing via Super Punch)

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2D2D animation • 60 second short film • adaptationanimation • Austrian animator • creative practicedesignillustrationillustrative styleInception (2010)motion designone minute filmpapercraftremix culturerevisionsequence designshort filmstop motionVictorianvisual artsvisual communicationvisual design • Wolfgang Matzl • woodcutwoodcut animation • woodcut illustrations

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Simon Perkins
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