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Mini sting in the bathroom

The work is based on a concept of a "sting" how a small sting can cause a dramatic change, effect to the environment.

These stills portray the idea of how a small drop of water can change the environment; something so samll can create dynamic effect.

In order to show the effect, I have created a small scale bathroom made in paper to make a stop-motion video.

These are the stills from the video and the story goes like this:

A small crane flies where the water drops from the shower head and it grows as the water fills the bath tub.

The toilet goes crazy and starts drinking the water in the tub and tries to attack and eat the shower curtains.

The toilet failes as the crane helps and saves the curtain and a disastrous bathroom is left in the end.


Just paper.