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Wednesday, November 02, 2011

JP Vine at the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg: NOV 3-4, 2011

After last year's visit of Hans Bacher (the students are still going into rhapsodies about Hans' visit), this year my fellow artist friend JP Vine ("Wallace & Gromit", "Chicken Run", "Shaun the Sheep") is following our invitation and is coming over for a talk and workshops at Campus Urstein. Jolly good, isn't it!


Here's BTW a lovley piece of animation JP designed and directed at Crew972, enjoy:



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5 comments:

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  2. Derek, hahaha, right!

    Hi Adam, thanks for your interest, at the moment I'm quite happy with having this ad-free here.

    Luca! Well, you're so right :) Cheers to you and yours at Nemo!!

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  3. I miss Hans Bacher when he was still here in the Philippines teaching. Haha...nice post btw =) thanks.

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