Animated with T-Shirts: 200 people celebrate 20 years of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge | The Kid Should See This


Travel across two decades on a t-shirt. This animation, titled In an Animated Fashion, was created on cotton, specially designed and printed on the fronts and backs of t-shirts, and then worn by 200 people to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

“A moving view along the River Tyne from 2001 to 2021 with a firework finale,” the community-driven stop-motion project was created by English artist Anton Hecht for the Gateshead Council’s Arts Team. It was filmed by Jason Berge and animated by Thom Sansom. Hecht shares that “this work was as much about the doing, as about the conclusion.” […]

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