17.02.16 by Staff

Children’s Imaginary Friends Brought To Life

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“Nessi” imagined by Julio Sanz and brought to life by Psyop

 

A group of British children were asked to give detailed descriptions of their imaginary friends. The most interesting were selected and brought life in this charming collaboration between London’s Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood, animators, model-makers, and advertising agency AMV BBDO. See more below!


 

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“Lily the cat”, imagined by Ruth Fekade and created by Psyop

 

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“Swerl the Lion” imagined by Eva Wood and created by Picasso

 

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“Monster” imagined by Leo Georgiou and created by Aardman

 

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“Chloe” imagined by Mabel Brim and created by Becky & Joe at Blinkink

 

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“Jamie the fox” imagined by Lily Whitby and created by Dwarf

 

Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood

AMV BBDO

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    Absolutely digging this idea





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