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Lucas Zanotto:  The Eyes Have ItLucas Zanotto is a designer,... crss

Lucas Zanotto:  The Eyes Have It

Lucas Zanotto is a designer, animator and director. He also started the company YATATOY that focuses on childrens content. Born in the Alps of Northern Italy.  Lived and worked in Milan, Barcelona, Berlin and currently based in Helsinki.  He has won many awards for his work, among them the Apple Design Award, Golden Lion in Cannes, Gold at BDA Promax International, Main Price at ITFS, and others.

He is also part of the upcoming Design in Motion Festival that will be showing on all of the monitors at the Amsterdam Train Station on November 7th.

The above are gif representations of Lucas Zanotto’s work.  To see them in full video with sound go to his Instagram page

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