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Animated Short on Einstein's Refrigerator Design, E=MC3, Launches on KickStarter
Artist Victor Stabin Seeks $7,000 to finish production on this follow-up to his award-winning animation, The Bonito is Finito.
E=MC3, the follow-up to Stabin's award-winning animation takes the viewer into an alternative universe filled with gorgeously rendered, anthropomorphized characters in out-of-this-
E=MC3 is already written and storyboarded. The voiceovers have been recorded. While production continues, funding is necessary in order to complete what is turning out to be a lush and complicated animation project. Stabin hopes to raise at least $7,000, an amount that would cover the remaining costs of production. The Kickstarter campaign can be found at this link and will be open until May 29:
About Victor Stabin
Victor Stabin is a Brooklyn-born artist, "eco-surrealist"
Since leaving illustration, Stabin has created a suite of eco-surrealistic paintings and his ABC Book for the Ages, Daedal Doodle. The latter of which he has developed into a curriculum and teaching tool used in several schools across the northeast, an endeavor sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. An educational spin-off effort from this book, Daedal Doodle: Word Lover's Flashcards, was successfully funded by Kickstarter in 2014.
About Benjamin Arthur
Benjamin Arthur is an award-winning animator based in San Francisco. He gained modest acclaim for his animation, Once Upon a Time in the Woods,
which has been viewed over 1 million times on YouTube and won awards at numerous film contests around the world as well as CurrentTV.
Arthur has since worked with various institutions and animated the popular "Why Can't We Walk Straight?" and "The Billion Bug Highway" animations for NPR's Robert Krulwich which earned the pair a Multimedia Innovation award from the White House News Photographers Association's 2011.
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