Saturday, March 12, 2011

She rocks with paper and scissors

I love stop-motion animation. I love it even more when it is about this sweet book by my friend Julie. This -- or her first Ninja book -- would be a great treat in a young reader's Easter basket (that is your hint to go on Amazon right now and buy one. Or two).

Julie made the stop-motion video herself. She is super-talented. She also paints and makes jewelry, has a kick-ass sense of humor and excellent taste in movies. Check out her Etsy store for more.

11 comments:

sherri said...

that is so awesome looking - what a talented friend you have! i know two monkeys who would love that book.

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

So cute!! I wish I was skilled with the scissors. As much as I love design, I'm not so great at creating it myself.

Design Elements said...

awesome!

Shifan said...

Hi,
It is very interesting. Sooooooooo cute.

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Holyoke Home said...

I hope she makes a million dollars. That video is amazing and I can't imagine the time and energy she put into it.

Love Design Company said...

oh my soo talented. that is really amazing work!
Lindsay

Fifi Flowers said...

CUTE animation! Perhaps she will do an interview for http://ReadingisFashionable.com off to see the book!

AB HOME Interiors said...

Stop-animation is so impressive! This is so much fun!

xo,
amanda

heather yalin said...

oh stop motion, what's not to love? :)

Raina Cox said...

You know the best peoples.

laura said...

Wow! I'd love to be so multi-talented...the video is great and I checked out her shop...her watercolors are amazing!