A new 30 second animated film produced with Breast Cancer Care for Breast Cancer Awareness Month has employed the talents of 26 international artists. Produced by London-based Seed Animation StudioTitled Check ‘em, each director was given just under one second to create a film that visualised a cheeky euphemism for breasts. From ‘Brad Pitts’ to ‘Bazookas’ and ‘chesticles’ the film asks for people to check their breasts, “no matter what they call them.”
“The end result is a playful and diverse collaboration that promotes the importance of checking for breast cancer,” says Morgan Powell, creative director at Seed Animation studio. “I was bowled over by the response from the directors who were really supportive of the cause and donated their time to spread an important message.”
The full list of artists involved is:
Mark M, Jack Sachs, Pencil Bandit, Ben Ommundson, Jelly Gummies, Chris O’Hara, Robert Loebel, Everyone’s Favourite, Igor Bastidas, Neal Coghlan, Morgan Powell, Dan Castro, Jack Nelson,Henrique Barone, Corentin Penloup, Griff, Caroline Attia, Antonio Vincenti, Andy Khosravani, Ariel Victor, Steve Smith, Sophie Koko Gate, Neil Kidney, Vera Babida, Yukai Du and Aran Quinn.
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