Run Wrake… run, rabbit, run.
Run Wrake is a British animator and illustrator. He has collaborated with Howie B, created visuals for U2’s Vertigo tour, and many others. All of his animations are based around beats and music. For “Rabbit” (the video posted above), he pieced together 1950‘s educational children’s stickers that he had bought from a junk shop. The film is a story about the dangers of greed and exploring nature. There were about 200 stickers total and it took about 16 months to create. “Rabbit” has been quite successful at various film festivals all over the world, and once you view it, you’ll soon understand why. It’s like something you have never seen before, in a good way. His work can be so inspirational; the way he transforms and creates things is amazing. If you go to his website, you can see a lot of his other work – short films, music videos, tv graphics, commercials, and illustrations. It’s a small glimpse of what Wrake sees in his head and then puts it all into visuals for the entire world to see.