Len Lye

A Colour Box (1935)



New-Zealand born Len Lye, who literally worked his way to London on a steamship in the 1920s, made A Colour Box, the first direct film screened to a general audience and widely considered one of the most important works in the history of animation, by painting his signature abstract patterns directly onto film.

3 comments:

asuil said...

fantastico!
só umas décadas depois é q encontramos
em pt, no trabalho do angelo de sousa, algo de semelhante.

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