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EJI MUSEUM - DOMESTIC SLAVE TRADE NARRATIVE
Orchid Creation
Design Director: Ming Hsuan Lee
Design Team: Sarah Moussa, Andrej Porosin, Adrien Dezalay Gold in Illustration
Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) is a nonprofit organization that is committed to ending mass incarceration, excessive punishment and challenging racial
and economic injustice in the United States. In April 2018, EJI opened the National Memorial for Peace and Justice memorial as well as The Legacy museum in Montgomery, Alabama to allow visitors to gather and reflect on America’s history of racial inequality. We were honored to contribute to such an impressive and vital project and partnered with EJI to create illustrated 2D video displayed to visitors upon entry to the museum and during the opening ceremony. The video provide historical facts related to the domestic slave trade and show the harrowing journey behind the relocation of thousands of enslaved people from the Mid-Atlantic region to cities in the South, like Montgomery itself.
BRIDES OF THE WELL
Nucco Brain Studio Ltd
Design Director: Ryan Lovelock
Design Team: Nucco Brain Studio Ltd
Gold in Illustration; Silver in Mix Media/Moving Image, Character Design
Nucco Brain created an animated short story for WaterAid, highlighting the vital importance of water in the lives of rural Indian women. WaterAid is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to find sustainable solutions to water- related issues in the poorest communities around the world, providing people with clean water, safe sanitation and hygiene education. They approached our creative team with a fascinating brief. We were to work with the renowned Indian filmmaker and author, Shekhar Kapur, to turn his short story ‘Brides of the Well’ into a shortchanged animated film, bringing to the fore the precious nature of water in rural India.
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LITTLE TANG
School of Visual Arts
Design Director: Yuhan Ye
Gold in Illustration; Silver in Mix Media/Moving Image
Inspired by a Chinese history book, I decided to do an animation, showing people’s daily life of the most profound dynasty from Chinese history “tang dynasty” The whole animation contains four sections which are “Go, Tea, Ink, Porcelain
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