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September 16, 2008

Paper Film Noire

Filed under: art classes, artist's books, paper crafts, performace art, pop-up books — Tags: , , , — popularkinetics @ 10:02 pm

This intriguing film noire animation was done by Australian creator Andrew Buchanan while he was a student at Melbourne’s RMIT University. It has a book-like feel, combining digital backgrounds, cut-outs and objects, all in black-and-white. A deep, deadpan narration adds to the aura of a gumshoe mystery.

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1 Comment »

  1. I think I just got busted googling myself lol!
    Thanks for the review.
    Just to clarify – this animation has no real objects, and no real paper! Its all ‘smoke and mirrors’…
    AB

    Comment by Andy Buchanan — October 14, 2008 @ 3:23 am


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