Friday, 3 October 2014

The next animation  "Dripped" is a tribute to Jackson Pollock.
Enjoy it!

Dripped from ChezEddy on Vimeo.

Paul Jackson Pollock, as your full name, born in 1912 and died in 1956, was the most important figure in the movement known as abstract expressionis. The style that is known is called Action Painting. This method, carried out by using the dripping technique is to let "drip" painting freely on the canvas. Just "Dripped" is called the short film directed by Léo Verrier and produced by Chez Eddy, which explores the search for the "creative voice" of Pollock. In a world tinted sepia, where men wore suits brown and velvet jackets, the artist tries to find a way to fit in with the great masters in the galleries and museums in the Big Apple.

In the film, we see a gray Pollcok frustrated immersed in a reality off, painting still life or imitating the work of teachers. Sick of it, decides to go in search of his true and unique creative identity. And that search, the director presents a plot by cops and robbers, persecutions and several transformations until the least expected way, Pollock finally "come a classic" to discover its distinctive and colorful style.

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