Design: Catch-22 50th Anniversary Amination

An animation created by illustrator and animator Ian Higginbotham for Random House to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Catch-22 – Joseph Heller’s epic novel.

Ian, who currently lives in NYC, has previously worked with companies like Random House, Titmouse, Blue Sky Studios, Kill Screen, Time Out and millions are greeted everyday by his drawings when opening the Vimeo homepage. His Catch-22 short won a gold medal in the “Moving Image” category of the 2011 Society of Illustrators competition.

More information at Ian’s web site and blog

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