London-based director and animator James Curran is currently living in Tokyo for a month. To document his time there he’s creating a new animation every day for 30 days, “inspired by the things that I see during my stay”.
James has created a Gifathon series for other cities he’s travelled to, including LA and New York. “I’m better at making gifs than I am at taking photos. I thought [Tokyo] could provide enough different inspiration to my previous locations, so it would hopefully make the project interesting for me to design,” he explains. “My ideas mainly come from the things that I see each day. I try to find repetition in real life scenarios that I can turn into loops, but sometimes my ideas are a bit more abstract.”by
Words by Rebecca Fulleylove
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