22.12.08 by Jeff

Jen Stark

Artstreet interview with amazing paper artist, Jen Stark. Hit “MORE” for the video. Coincidentally, some of her paper work reminds me of the first image I posted of the Handmade video a couple entries below.

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jen stark interview art basel artstreet paper

jen stark interview art basel artstreet paper

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYf5UqJa_O4[/youtube]

She creates beautiful animations as well! This is the one that reminds me of Handmade.


I came across the interview over at: Wooster!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.corygibbons.com Cory Gibbons

    I admire the patience it would take to come up with and execute some of these ideas. truly great work

    another video on her as well.
    http://wetheat.tv/Stark-DriveBy.html

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yea cutting 1,000,000 pieces of paper in 100 days? AMAZING.

  • http://quainthandmade.blogspot.com cindy k

    i love jen stark’s work enormously. thank you for the awesome stop motion videos, which i’ve never seen!

  • Aaron

    damn. Jen Stark is hot too.

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  • http://www.artstreetmiami.blogspot.com ArtStreet

    Jen’s work is some of our favorite, no question. Her stop motion videos are hypnotic and her work ethic just blew us away. Painstaking, tedious and well worth the effort. Check out more of our videos on our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/artstreetmiami

  • Livi

    the animation reminds me of the begining of looney tunes heh

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