In a very short time Jack Sachs has become renowned for his bizarre, plasticine-like CG illustration and animation work. From animated MTV idents of grinding hot dogs to bopping sweeties for Maynards Bassetts, his crazy-eyed characters have become instantly recognisable and increasingly hilarious.
At Nicer Tuesdays he took us behind the scenes of his recent “invasion” of the Tate Britain, which saw him use motion tracking technology to animate real footage of the gallery with his motley crew of squidgy creations.
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