Director/photographer Tomas Leach has been working on a series of short (less than 2-minute) videos about how creative people work. He calls the series “Little Scraps of Paper”: each video shows how an artist records his or her ideas, usually in a notebook, and stores them for later revision. In this video, the brothers known as Brosmind explain how their doodles come to life as droll little sculptures and paintings, and why they stop drawing when they go home.
You can see more of Leach’s videos on his Vimeo page.
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