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Watercolor Skateboarding Gifs by Joana Sus

Joana Sus is a freelance designer and illustrator who lives and works in PoznaƄ, Poland.  Together with a friend she runs a stationary brand, Suska & Kabsch.  However she began experimenting with frame by frame animation in watercolors and now does that now in all of her spare time and is planning a bigger animated project in the future.  She feels that gifs are like visual haikus and she creates her beautiful shimmering little poems the old fashioned way, by hand, one frame at a time. 

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