So for the last See No Evil of the year they have lined up Merlin Crossingham from Aardman Animations who has worked on many Wallace and Gromit movies as creative director, Morph and many other claymation commercials. Here’s some festive Aaardman Creature Comforts for you to get you in the zone…
In an amazing double bill they will also have Parallel Teeth AKA animator Robert Wallace. He’s a director, animator and graphic artist, originally from the isolated woodlands of New Zealand but now based in London….
As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of Stash Magazine. They also have 2 copies of the amazing Rubber Hose After Effects script to give away courtesy of Battle Axe.
There is also music from the awesome DJ D.Vyzor to party the night away!
See you there – December 1st, Doors Open 7.00pm, Talk Starts 7.30pm, Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
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