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Let Me Re-Live

[Stop Motion Animation]

University

California State University Long Beach

Design

Kyoung A Kang, California State _University Long Beach

Supervising Professor

Tanya Cummings (Graphic Design), Beomsik Shim (Animation), Mike Whitlow (Advertising)

The concept behind Let Me Re-Live is a campaign providing information about recycling in a way which is easily understood. Three clips, which are shot in stop motion technique, show what can be manufactured from recyclable materials, such as glass, plastic, aluminium or paper, or what resources are needed to make coffee cups. One of the clips presents waste – cups, bottles, cans, newspapers – as anthropomorphic characters, children who say what they want to be if they were born again. In doing so, they present various recycling possibilities.

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