Mary Hallock Greenewalt received 11 patents for her “color organ,” an early form of synthesizer. She would spend the rest of her life defending them. Words and animation at https://www.topic.com/industrial-light-and-magic
Nicole Antebi interviews historian David Dorado Romo about the fight to preserve the oldest barrio in El Paso from the City itself.
In the summer of 2018, I met with fronterizo historian David Dorado Romo to discuss the City of El Paso’s dishonest plan to destroy the City’s oldest barrio and the cultural crossroads of the southern border. I transcribed and illustrated our interview for Longreads with animated gifs.
I’ve been working with UC Merced Professor, Tanya Golash-Boza on a 15-part video series that serves as a supplement to Golash-Boza’s course on the Origins of Race and Racisms. The animations add an additional layer of visualizing concepts and making digestible abstract information referenced in Professor Golash-Boza’s lectures. All 15 episodes can be found here: https://vimeo.com/user85226246
Stills below from Racism and the Criminal Justice System episode:
Still below from the Scientific Racism episode:
Here’s a peek at some stills from The Second Shelf‘s upcoming Kickstarter campaign. Their mission is to inspire new and established collectors to read women and balance the bookshelves. I can’t tell you how excited I am about this project and to contribute in a small way. Animation/Motion Graphics by Nicole Antebi and Music by Laura Ortman.
Here’s a peek at a recent video we produced for Womanswork on their special gloves designed specifically to fit a woman’s hand.