Forty high schoolers in my beginning drawing class worked together to create a collaborative homage to Eadweard Muybridge. The idea was generated, expanded, and executed by students in class. A small team of volunteers aided me in the projecting/filming the finished .GIF's around our hometown.
After a few weeks of basic observational drawing, each student picked and studied a frame from Eadweard Muybridge's movement studies, imagining the skeletal and muscular structure of the figures. After each frame was drawn, the sketches were scanned and compiled into a .GIF, which was then projected (via rusty gas generator) out of a moving vehicle (while we tried to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning).
Keiffer da Silva
Marcus de la Cruz
Special Thanks to Michelle Landers, Timpview High School, Provo, Utah.