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Bringing An Unbuilt Howe To Life

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 05, 2014 01:06 AM
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by Eric last modified Apr 04, 2014

Head's up Jack Howe fans! A stunning animation that was created as part of the forthcoming Jack Howe documentary film by Barros Productions has been posted by the animation studio that helped create it, Skyline Ink. More after the jump... Rob Barros shares: This design is titled "Concrete Block House" and was drawn in 1945, and the design was never built. The tongue-in-cheek name derives from the fact he was incarcerated at Sandstone (Federal) Prison...




 

 

Project_john_howe_animation_01Head's up Jack Howe fans! A stunning animation that was created as part of the forthcoming Jack Howe documentary film by Barros Productions has been posted by the animation studio that helped create it, Skyline Ink. More after the jump...



Rob Barros shares:

This design is titled "Concrete Block House" and was drawn in 1945, and the design was never built. The tongue-in-cheek name derives from the fact he was incarcerated at Sandstone (Federal) Prison as a Conscientious Objector during WWII while drawing this. This rendering and design was Howe's contribution to Mr. Wright's Birthday Box that year.

A previous Kickstarter campaign helped fund the initial creation of the film. The documentary on Jack is in post-production now. We are trying to track down finishing funds to make sure everyone gets paid properly before the film is released. A number of wonderful things are being planned for the film's release and will be made public, just as soon as finishing funds are secured.

Should you have any further questions, or know of a potential corporate sponsor that would be interested in sponsoring the film with PBS (and the according recognition)? Please direct them to Rob Barros (rob@barrosproductions.com).

Watch the video here and definitely contact Rob if you can help bring the rest of this documentary to the finish line.

Image via Skyline Ink


 

 

 
 
 

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