L’eau Life: A Celebration of Water Moments

Mikhail Baryshnikov

Susan Sontag

Photography by: Annie Leibovitz

Jeff Scher described L’eau Life, an animation film, as an experiment in animating water in motion with water color. He hoped to reproduce both the feel of water and the emotion of being in it, while capturing the water action moments that are the most fun to draw: jumping, swimming, falling in and climbing out. Sticking to those highlights and cutting quickly, the film developed a momentum that began to feel almost hypnotic, but happily so. As it evolved it became a celebration both of water and of summer.

The Animated Life: L’eau Life

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One Response to “L’eau Life: A Celebration of Water Moments”

  1. Entertainment News Says:

    really nice pics , i like the videos too !

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